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-•1W jtrescribiTHj Rule* for the 0«crrnment of the State 



Lihrary, patted M^rrh sth, 1861. 



Rbotioh 11. Tin- Librarian uhaU cause to be kept a 
register of all books issued and returned; ami all books 
taken by the members of tbe Legislature) or its officers, 
shall be returned at the close of the session. If any per- 
son injure or EaU to rel am any book taken from the Li- 
brary, he shall forfeit and pay to the Librarian, for the 
benefit of the Library, three times the value thereof; 
ami before thei iontroller shall Issue bis •warrant in favor 

Of any member or officer of tin- Legislature, or of this 
State, for bis iter diem, allowance, or salary, he shall be 
satisfied that such member or officer bas returned all 
books taken out of the Library by him, and bas settled 
all accounts for injuring such books or otherwise. 

Sec. 15. Books may be taken from tbe Library by the 
members of the Legislature and its officers during the 

Bessionof the same, and at anytime by tbe Governor anil 
tbe officers of the Executive Department of this State, 
who are required to keep their offices at the Beat of 
government, the Justices of the Supreme Court, the At- 
torney-General and tin- Trustees of tbe Library. 




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OPERA HOUSE. 

>IPLl«F.VTARY BEM 



GALIFOIIXIA TH1ATR1. 



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ME. MARIE DURET 






OPENING OF 



OF 1874-5. 



mreday Evening - , July 2. 
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JULY I 



'■'. TATLOB'i t-ra.Ji >| 1 H«l OU» 



AMERICM COUSIN 

B«tOD«trncted by Mr. Sothern ard How Played in Four Acts Instead of Three. 



rjjj-rt-iw Iq Sir I1*iM'i Oimotrj' IT-i '••, f!T'*WI \rT II — Pnn;r<arj" ■ B*d-roon 

ATT III. — T"h- .t*io«t > .m el Ti-r-oeaerd Sf»*-r. D»J 1 



LORD DUNDREARY MR. SOTHERN 



JELLA UNION THEATR 



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At UU M.S'. .( :fc. 
I'l'inu n iiimino 

Mr. JAB. A. HER WE. 

ll Dresna It, 3 I 

HANDY ANDYl 

MB. JA«ril ll«H.... .. II IMI< AKBT 

thm tvr.mino jolt i 



Wilt 11.. 



MAI.i: ADD FEMALE MINSTKKLS, 



i. •!.-«-. HI, MAXOKV 



• ~ ...MATT •.■l.l.T 



1^..!.. ...n,,.. 



LOOKING FOR WORK. 

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SfRIOCOHIIB QEMt Mill Uici noil 

r."f.yn.'lT.z" """ m~*i»~-« 

'«■«' Of FU« (0. MURRAY 



ASSUMPTION. 



«... I — n - Jihniw., 



i be followed by a Grand Concert: 



hflM 0,»"ra of 

VORM A' 

--••.I a'e n?<ri9tMd)ir- «f PROF. ALLAaN". 
I Ml kid k*MB irt*ej 

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Saw • : -•- inrr»*.*d 

MIM Kofo MAAAB 



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CuttmasuidVorc.". 





ROBERT TATi-MAll 

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loan « ilsoh 

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11 Ma iTIla ws 

HI-- 

.MISa J (INK IF. <Bp 

MH 

«M» OM1RIK WVATT 

14. .ss m|sm,, WaI/OH 



uio Arranged and Orcheitra Conducted 
, by PROF^ALLAH . 

IBM I IUCLE .91 OOIOALLXRT... 5* e#nta 



r *Mt«aif i f «#eur--l oi WeOo «j»/ tol Thasiday 
•- B«i Office -wftboct Erri Otter. • . 



During ihe Piece MB. SOTHERN will read BROTHER SAM'S LETTER, 

RecHved Nightly witb the unprecedented compliment of a Triple Encore. 
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 2 O'CLOCK, 

FOURTH OIF* tTUHrX* nVE^L.TXrs.1 JEleEJ- 

MR. SOTHERN as DUNDREARY 

preparation, Tern H.bo. U n'g lovely Comedy of 



l.Mttiuiil ... ...Jae.««1- B| 4 i.iir 

^r*/«»^*- : -■■ - u - 1U _., . ^rabtetrt- 

AfUi vtaL-h the Conio Drama in 3 set, of 

HANDY ANDY 

M AM»Y AM1V Mr. J1ME1 A. HIBEE 

■ii-„I.W.Mmiii.ii Mr. Marpbr * <i Murray 

Dck li»oi • . La- tea Mr. r"orl<Bjr...Ua1, Meadev.ile 

Kdw'd O'Cinoor H. R. Archer Mieoo T. lire* 

•qo re O'uiiHy John Wn^lu* 

l>'».NVH I'O'iXEV . Mln JFNMI JOMTVStSN 
Wad N*ncr ..Mm«i« Kitalr* Faon* L)»"*oti. . .Lena Procter 



Kelly.. 



ANATOMY. 

..Ritchie Atd.. 



..Facer Hooker 



CHOICi SELECTIONS H. R. ARCHER 



OLD AND YOUNG. 

Mite Alice Roit And 



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In which Mr. Sotliern will appear as Col. John White 

Also, First A ppearance of Miss Bella Patemau as Mrs. Ptnclibtck | 



JINSATILN S0N0S C«l. MaNDEVIUE 

r**»nu ami Danre Hmlf R..tHn«oi> 

Comic iniiii ..Ainu-Bio St 1'ls.lr 

To conclude with the Comic Sketch of 

THE COAL HEAVEKS. 



"TIIEYILLA," 
OLDES GAITS PARK, 

waafMEn*; txr'.a? Jtjat keen oomp4eted, n 

■fMafMAMec :o to, pa^j «. Tfce boaae ia ala- 
•0#d. aad b*e 

■ our Public Parlors, 

— A»D— 

»n Private Dining Rooms, 

b«> whole be.o«;»itl*. net like * paUlo hotel 
hoi M It la D»B3*d 

An Elegant Villa. 

• rno*t*d at the Uat or Dortb-wett- 
i»t- of toe Park. 

■icoreea BraekfeeU. Dtooar* acd Sappen 
Dorod on the ■aortaat aotioe. 

2UIOO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRIETOR. Jy-io 



U.hZlZ A.TVJ3 JEUASSY 



JSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

BALOON. 

I. <1S3 NAOHAMK.Vr* 8TKEET, 
CKaowo u the C'HIUAGQ BEER DKPOT,) 
«rjr Satardaay Evralnn ,»t 8 o'clock. 

AOZKntl I* GENHRAL. AND ALL AOS- 

traluoa and ft»w Zealarnlnra »r>> invited U 

ejid.aodare aaaorad of a ho*rty wolco..,e anfl 

■d Cheer. A capiul HltT LUNCH eurf-d even 

La toe week. GKu. B. AUbTI^'. 



ttentiou, Good Lirersl 

I K. P. BBROBS. FOBM1CKLY 

L prophator ol »ae Miners' Raa- 

rant, osj takes tba manaKomoot 

ootb the Miners* RjWAarant on 

araeroiai etr»«t and taa Minera* 

.aoh od Mirkei etreet. Oar Billa o( pare 

y*'** .lII toe delioaoiea of toe aeasoa. Oar 

traaia "Uooa ir ere. Good QookioKaaa ModeraU 

IINERS' RESTAURANT, 

*»1 .Dd «IAv Uomm.rc:.l. :-. 
TOU ftUrk.t.Lr.... 
roin.S A.M. io 1 1 . i4Si.tr 

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Tahoe 
Billiard Rail 

CHAS. I. STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 41 7 Kearny Street, 

'Between California, and Pine. 
Thia elegant reaorl, baa lately beeo enlarged, at i 
now contaiaa <*> Dew BeTel tablee. Tbe beat Liqaot i 
aad OigAre a:, tc© B»r. Klre laraTeflnely forniBba, 
rooms, tor elibs and private parties. On their owi 
terms mod riles. je7-3m 



THE CUFF; HOUSE! 

ROSRIfIG OCEBNl'luRGtltG BREAKERS 
FOJtMIIIS SURF, fflOnSTERSEA DORS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING TOUR WIPEl 

BRING VOUR FAIIILYI 
BRING TOUR LAUV FRIRNOB 

Aa4.oj ( i T ..i. w of tba Qnost OHRAN PANG 

BAHA IN Till. WHKU>. ■Ills alght of 

th. t»-,rlil-r^po . BOtt 

Golden Gate. 

With AfiMtot whlt«.wiBfi'd ru?s-en({«ra enterlm 
Irotn.T,ry port ot ih« o^uiroen-ifLl world. 

8 *'^* I W L*n» Bowes. conn.otioK with Street 
' 'ler.Atu 
irl-H 



P0HEDI& LANCASTER To the Unfortunate. Ito the love as of sonc 




S.N FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND^— 

lirdressing Establishment. 

tfl^ Washington st., 

iwrSll!" "•*'»•»- FlilOKB . 
DUOKD. B.trn. 2.5 oooti ' 
irtog, » orou, u.„ uol. |Ai. THI 

t*. MMHWUd Batha. JOHN GKKI1'. 

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S. IV. DEJTNI3, 

Dentist, 

H * ? i D , S T . MTDIl»RD*iwvi 

AA tho Ka.t nod r.nnm.d tbn or.ctice 

of biapfafua.ion.Athlfl former office. 

SB hfUIIV KTBF.ET. 

Sis Fbahoisco. m,7-tf 



R . m E N D E Z , 

No. I 9 Ceary stree 

H.HD XjIOKT, 




KKI K A*n £A81 »,.r, 
^atanlay ..eotoK a-- 9 o'olouk 
Beat •"■•-* «ijd Uojoma, TO, 
•Old. p.rt, ■ xjlldiun ba or 
band to meat hia friends. 

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P. H. McCANN. 

RACTICAL HATTER 

No. SS Third |i 
Betwaeo Market aod 1 , B ion atra.IA. 

Havr jfJirf hktubre KBoMrmiaA'T 

Bto ao aoifre new atjol of cholo«at boll 
to ordtrin tba Now . ,,e fn atjtaa. 

DUflg-tsA 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

'piilB HOUSE, RISING OKNTRALLY ^^ 
A ',ooat«>1, nea,r all tfiB piinuipal Hotel*, -p r^* 
Rs : tr.nrvit- aod plauea of Amnnement, :■. JB : 
^trADKurs -j«d Had Root), uomfortabre, pleas- ^M* " 
at and eieRtu t rooina at roatonable prices. 
aaXU-tf 



DR. O. O. CDOWNF.LL, OffijeardReaideDO 
« «S Ksirny, oe^r Jack son. np ataira. Grad- 
aatnof DTtmaur.tiOoll.gr.. and late Sarceoa in 
t 9^. lj - t" Af T. Treats offloe patients tor a fee 
or «i : •Vi*iu..$l 5t>: Madiotaea free; Obatetricat 
o«'i6»lS. UM-tt 



First-Class Dress Suits 

....OF.... 

G X BEAVER, 

$60! 

BUSINESS SUIT, 

....OF 

Fine Cassimere or Scotch Tweed, 

$25 to $35. 

Fine Benver Suits, $35 to $50 

Cassimere Pants $6 to $14 

Beaver Pants, from $8 to $!5 

And all other OarmerAs in proportion 

OUR HTNTEtf IS. QITCOK SALES 

AND 8MALL PROFITS, FOH 

CASB ONLT. 

Tbe best wortcnen emolopod, *r,d \ perfeot fit 
Kuaranteed.by JOK PuHltIM, Pi apical Artist, 
and UntUir, ol New York aad San Pranci'OO. Ko- 
member— 

POHEIM & LANCASTER, 

103 THIRD STREET, 

Near Mission. 8aa Franoisoo. 



UK. OIBBON'a DISPENSARY. 

Nil. **a KfiARNY STREET, OOK- 

ner of Commeroial, San FrancUuo 
Kntranue on Commercial street. Kstab- 
1' .-.iH.iij in ISM, for tbe treatment and 
care of all dieeaaes of the urinary aod 
. _ __ KPO«rulive OKans, acd all pbysici.] con- 
• i,i ...:.. nr weakness cooseqnent npoo tbe errors 
or iRDoranoo <-,f toe eezes. fekm disease (of years' 
standing) a. d ulotrated lefts enoonaaiully treated, 
Thesickand ibeafH1o..tdaA.ot.ld not fail to oall 
npoo him. Tbe Doctor baa travel >d extenslrely 
in En rope, and inepaoted tboroatthly the various 
bospit&fa tbere, obtaining a (treat deal ot vainabla 
information, wbioh be is competent to impart to 
thosb In need of bla services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no cIitkg nnlocn bo ftTeots a enre. Address 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, a an Fraocteoo. 
noiS-tJ 



AAD SOCIAL ENJOYME.VT. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all Kinds of Prioting for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW KATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 
DR. WILLIflW S. DftVlS & G A. CASE, 

aa Montgomery Street. 

Opp. Lick Hoase. 
Dentistry mall Its braid'"!, 'at re&aonable rate?. 
mb30-3m 



QHARING 



606 MISSION 



K AND EASY a 



SALOON. 

NSAR SECOND. 



"We intaoJ roonlcg it as of yore— S^oiabilHy al- 
ways oor motto. Politeness aod Fnir Dealing oar 
rale. Grand op-ning Saturday Maj ■ Wm, 1874. Free 
and Easy every 8»tarday dori" 



old patrons and tbe pnbliu lo gnrorul are cordial y 
InV't'd. "hair tnlon by oar eld <_: fc a i . m an MR. 
F. PHILLIPS a-. U'olock sbai 



invti-d. "hair tnlon by oar old ubairman i 
"' ' >ck sharp. 

I.VIil.KH .V ttlLD. 



California Ahead of the World 



W00LEN_ GOODS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS IN RECEIPT OW 
Blankets, Flannels, Horse-BlankttioC. «t4. 
direct from tbe Mills, aod will sell in lots to sail 
Depot, SS New Montgomery street: 

GEO art. MAIN, Agent. 



00«%1 ! Coal i 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 
COAL DEALERS*. 

Office. : Wh.oIe.ale. llulkhoud. 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 
Wharves. 

Retail, 4 1 3 and 4 1 9 Pacific St., 

Above Baoeomo. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 
DaWrOIT COOS BAT (Oil CO., 

Aid Dealers lo All Descriptions of 

jToreiifsn and Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

ap28 P. O. BOX !•«». 



$300,000 OO 

TO XjOAKT! 



R'il Kstste, Batinoss Papir and other Col- 
laterals. 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

SSO MoniB in-'ry Street. 
my8-tf 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATR1CAI 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. IS Montzoauery Areoae, 8. P. 
hilar T. ROOORttv .lOMN.-ON 



.F" » E I>. K A. T Z , 

BEEF AND PORKv 

BUTCHER, 

SU1W BA to law Oslo. Harkat. 
ar TO a moat popolAr Familj atAod io to. our. 
ooll-3a 



KT O TX OH. 

Gray's Music Stores, 

633, 625 CLAY STREET. 

IN ORDER TO AUOGMMODATK THE PUBLIO 
find tbe musical profesulor. GRaT'S MUSIO 
Stores will bereaf'er oIobs at 8 P. M. iu stead of S 

P, M.a'i rari' miiS-lm 



CANDIES! CANDIES! 

M. A. MEHCKH 

Maniifactnre* every deeoription of 

CANDIES. Wii.ik.nlr and RetnIL 

516 K.-aroi St.. br-tween Sacramento and Cali- 
fornia aod 1»? Second street, between 

Minns and Natoma ool-Ita 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

PROFESSIONALLY KNOWN A8 "LITTM 
MINNlfi.'— Tblf jnveaflft aotresa, with th* 
London scar Oomoaav. last beard of in the Fast 
ladies. Is implored to write to her mother la Sas 
Franoiaco, California. Tnea-rioal jaornau ara rev 
Quested to make a note of thia. JeU-tf 



PublUnad every L»»r >a the Year by 

*» BOOARDUS 



•*» Hrrn.un( >Dil ili* WwhlaflflO "U 
Bsto* Montgomery, Sa.rj FrMjoisw. 



WEDNESDAY JULY 1, 1874 



Cheap Enoojh. 

Tbe Albii) y Argus tells bow in edlt-r was 
pleasantly robbed tod Rained more thio he 
lost He was better off than If be bad gone 
toaObnrcb fair: Ad ex-editor of a Jersey 
Oity paper arrived at tbo Deiavan House 
]a-t evening, end telle tbe following story: 
"As be approached the Grand Central De- 
pot, New York, yesterday morning, to take 
tbo hilf-piBt ten express, be noticed two 
very pretty and elegantly dresaed yonng 
lalies, «hu came up, treated him as sn old 
acqnaintiDce, snd he, thinking it a case of 
mistaken Identity, thought he would Carry 
the thing tbrongb aod have some fnn. Tiny 
informed him that tli- y bad procored a sec- 
tion in tbo drawing-room car, and invited 
him to takoa real therein. He did so, and 
enjoyed a very pleasant ride of two hour-. 
On the arrival of tbe train at Poughkeepeie 
both tbe ladled pat their arms around bis 
nock and kiseod him good-bye. He stepped 
iuo the dining-room and ats some luoob, 
and retoroed to ibe train, when, to bis dis- 
may and alarm, he found be was minus bia 
pocket-book, containing two ten cent 
■tamps and a five-cent piece." 



Cut it Down. 

Tbe proposed line of march of tbe Fourth 
of July Procession is entirely to long. Wes- 
t >n could stand It with a musket on Lis 
ebojlder, to say nothing of children and 
men unused lo such fatiguing marches. Be 
butane. Grind Marshal Norcross, and cut 
it down ono half. Don't kill yourmen, don't 
bore ih] expectant public with a long end 
tardy proce>s)oc, aod don't keep women end 
c-nl Ireo s'aoding on tbe sidewalks waiting 
all day for it to oome along. Oat off tbe 
Mim ou par t of it, and oat off that up bill 
march throogh Kearny aod Broadway. -Cut 
it Blurt. 



Come Now I Stop It ! 

Here's the Chronicle all of a sadden com- 
ing out in its old style, pitohing into the 
Altaand going for Foster the medium. It is 
eo long since we have Been an aggressive par- 
agraph in the Chronicle that there maet be 
tome reason for (bis. Has tbe Chronicle 
bought off the Sun? Oh, Napthaly 1 can it 
be that you too are corruptible? At any 
rate we are not going to allow this sort of 
thiog to go on. Tbe Chronicle mast stop 
abusing people or Fioaeo will begin to talk. 

Btop it. 

♦- — 

Couldn't Scare Her. 

Grayville, 111., claims the coolest woman 
iu tbe State as a citizen. Her husband told 
her that be was going down in the cellar to 
commit suicide, and did go down Btaira and 
fire a broadside into the pork barrel. His 
TP.fe kept right on knitting, and after awhile 
t ,e man came up stairs swearing the woman 
hadn't got ary feeling. 



New Maalc 

We have received from tbe composer, T. 
Waldron Shear, "Hazzal 'tis the Foarth of 
July!" an easy piano exercise -for young 
Ladies, prioa twenty-five cents to be had at 
the Music stores. 



X>r. Dottony 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
anionic and specific practice, and as such la 
now the most sucoeSHfiil ol any Physician ts 
Ban Franc'sco. Office MS tiaoramento street, 
oornsr of Letdeedorfl, a tew doora oelow What 
Ohaar Hour* i t 

IfYou 

Feel the Dead of phosphor its (nerve fsod), tike 
a course of rea>wat r b*tba at the Sanitarium 
foot or Powell st ett, North Beach. Exclusive 
department aod lady at tends nt for ladles. Five 
ttcte'.a foi $L. 6 Q 

A Fleaaant uoc&uon. 

Persona desiring oemlorUble lodgings la t 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
snd inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Toe baildlns ts a very line one and Is well 
Uahted and veatH»»*»d. 



Fine «'«t<hr.q 

The best goods at tbe lowest prices, at H. A. 
Calender's, corner of Second a j<1 Mission. A 
flee assortment of chain e, jewelry, etc. Call- 
and exunlne, &-r 



Special to ladles. 

For drsssmatlng to all Us branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. f. Walker, at sio 

Post street. Terms reasonable. 8-Qr 



Dental Work. 

Fob woran QUALirc or work. 90 toT.O. Jes- 
scp, denUst, cor. Batter *nd Montgomery, over 
Tac-ter'f. ft-a 

Mb. L. Jixunvm, No. 340 Kearny street, 
New and Seoond-Hand Olothtug, of all descrip- 
tions, bought and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until flP. M, rt 



X>r. Attorn. 

Oculic-t, Aruiat. Catarrh, throat and long 
p cyst dan, 318 Geary »t., above Stockton. Office 
hoars 10 1-2 a. m. to 3 f. u„ 6 to 7 p. a. 2-« 



It afflictsd. He yelps tbtuly : 

Our tel«Krapbic dispatches, published yes- 
terday, give an ace unci *>f three cbildrea 10 
Brooklyn, and two in New *Yrk, who were 
bltun by mad or rabid dogs. Bo many ench 
case* ar<j occurring, that f>mfl«e ontbt to 
oonsidtr the subject carefully before permlt- 
tiug doge to be kept in tber dwellings. 

There never was a mad dog in California 
and tljere never need be a mad dog In the 
Eastern States. Tbe Philadelphia All Day 
City Item speakiog on tbe subject of mad- 
ness irrdogs thus sums up the matter : 

Councils h»Y« not yet repealed the ordi- 
nance do iu aod tog tbe muzzling of dogs. 

We bare already shown, by the indisput- 
able evidence of sevetal thoroughly reliable 
physicians— 

1. Tbat doze stldom are afflicted Willi 
rabies in the bummer months. 

2. Tbat a cl-ao, well-led, well-tended 
dog, never bas rabies. 

3. That It is a great matter of doubt 
even yet if there baa evtr been a r*al ca«o 
of hydrophobia. But if delirium a^d sub- 
sequent death result from tbo bite of a 
mad do/, the same reaolts wonld occur 
from a bite from any other djtnestio animal 
uudt-r similar circumstances. 

-Why, th:r<fore, tbe poor dog must still 
continue to be tortured with tbe muzzle, 
w<!> will leave Councils to determine. 

Dr. Stephen Smith, ao enlightened New 
iVrk [ raotitjoner, adds bis tesiimony to the 
re*t, aod says— 

"It canoot be denied that every muzzle 
more or le«s embarasseB the respiratoiy 
funotioos and buccal t an«piration of the 
oreatore wearing it, and ex atea frequently a 
condition of gre»t nervous disorder iu an 
animal of peculiarly excitable temperament. 
I have no doobt, thTefore.tbat its use some- 
times leads iodireotJy to tbe development of 
rabies, aod thus renders dangerous sn in- 
offensive dog*" 

If tbo Alia and Call proprietors would 
muzzle tbei mad dog editors, they would 
do tbe public a service. If tbey don't Figaro 
will feel it a duty to strew some Btrychn ned 
cigars round in the passages leading to their 
editorial 100ms, aod thus abat3 the nui- 
sance. 



Jalts Janln. 

Jules Janin recently died iu the seventieth 
yar of his age. Thackeray thus described 
him in 1813 : 

Wboia Janin? He is the cr tic of France. 
J. J. in fact— the man who writes a weekly 
feuilleton in tb} Journal dee Debate with 
such indisputable brillianay and wit, and 
such a happy mixture of effrontery and 
honesty, and poetry, and impudence, and 
falshcod, and impertinenos, an! good feel- 
ing, that oce can't fail to be cbarmed with 
the compound, and to look rather eagerly 
for tbe Monday's paper. Jules Janin is tbe 
man who, not knowing a single word of the 
English language, ae be actually professes 
iu tbe preface, has helped to translate Tbe 
Sentimental Journey. He is the man who, 
when he was married (in a week when news 
Was slack no doubt) , actually criticised his 
own marriage ceremony, letting all the put- 
lie see the proof'-sbeets of bis bridal, as was 
tbe custom among certain ancient kibgs, I 
believe. In fact, a more modest, honest, 
urnB-umiiig, blushing, truth-tailing, gentle- 
manlike J. J., it is impossible to conceive. 



ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 

[From Ou San Franeitco BulttUn, Saturday, April 

Art, 187a J 

Daring the last f*w y*ara tbe arr«»t marob of 
Improvamvot fcftioaotervd oo Market Street. Tbe 
Grand Haul. tb« «U(ant billdiog oonatltotlt>| 
the "Nucleus," Bancroft/a maarolBoeiit atractarf, 
iQdmtarotbrrt ia tbe Immediate vicinity, tava 
given a, mairilont Impetaa l o tba growtn and 
proiperltr of tbat part of tb« t!j. 

Tbe Palaoa iiit«l, w>lb tuaay other projeoUd 
I m prove men ta, alt point w.tn ooarrlna; oerialntr 
wbere tbe great tide of trade will hereafter flow. 
Natnerona wboleialera aod a large Dumber of re- 
Uil merchants baveeeleoUd Harktk street aa tbe 
basis of tbetr trade, billevlng It to bo the main 
artery of Han Kranclaoo. To obtain n good fronl- 
■aga on tbla tboroogbfare aeema now impossible, sa 
nearly wary stor*, wbotber modern or old faab- 
loned, h*s» rath of applicants. Mr. P. Beaulab 
having iborootblr stadlud ibis qaesttoo of loca- 
tion, eomo lsnrs ago saonrsd one of tbe alagaot 
stores nrtdar tbe Naoleas, and be baa recently 
rooUd tbe one ad joniog, ttmreby giving bia prem- 
Ihoss froatage of 38 feat on Market street by 18 
feet on Tbird.or, we mlgbl atate.almoit tbe en- 
tfrs groan d floor of tbe Naeleas Hotel. We bad 
tna pleaaors yoaterday of examining bis varied 
and extern iva stick, consisting of tbe moaSj com- 
plete and wall aelocted Una of geotlemen'e Fnr- 
nlsbing Goods to be foasd in ibio market. We 
also examined a very large and floe asaortmait of 
Olotblng, both of foreign aod domestic material, 
embracing every fasbion and atyle aaltable for tbe 
prestOt reauOQ. 

Mr. Beamieb baa never carried an inferior line 
of gooda alnce be has Da en io baslneaa, and bia 
■ Looesa as a merchant ia owing entirely ta tbe fact 
tbat be treats bia enstomers fairly; aonaeqaentlr 
tbey renew their patronage. In some of oar 
* tores, a bayer of clotting or underwear receives 
tbe aame treatment at the bands of a certain claes 
of Bhopkeepers, aa unsophisticated coactrymea 
daily expaneooe oo Ohatbam street. New York. 
Tbia modeof fliecing the pabllo by guaranteeing 
domestic- goods for genaine Sootoh tweeds ot 
west England cloths, hie aroaaed the Jast indig- 
nation of oar honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish ia foremost lo the ranks to lead 
public opinion, and bas ever made it bia atady to 
carry ont bis representations. So strictly is every- 
thing condacted la bis establishment, tbat tbe 
merest novice can implicitly rely upon receiving a 
just return for his expenditure. No second price 
is taken on purchases, which indicate a high 
its of business honor. His entire stock, from 
the flueit beaver or oasaimere to a baodkerobiet or 
a package of hose, is sold at a fair living prioe; 
and an off sr under that rate is respeottolly but 
emphatically declined. Taia one price eyetem la 
the only standard of commercial honor. We 
know auch ethios rarely Dad acceptance! with a 
certain olaas of baslneaa men In Ban Francisco and 
nther large citiea, but attll they that strictly ad- 
here to them invariably aucoeed, while tbe otbera 
enjoy but a modicium of patronage. We believe 
tbat tbe mercantile claseea of this country will 
aoon he aroused to tbe neoeBilty of uniformity of 
prices, and admit the correctness of the doctrine 
merely as a business exp^dienoy.if not prompted by 
a higher motive. It waa notour Intention when 
we commenced to write tbla artlole to assume the 
attltade of a moralist, bat we think a word in aea- 
son may operate beneficially on ajaite anamberof 
our shopkeepers and raise tbslr notions of correct 
dcailag to a higher standard. We would, there 
fore, cheerfully recommend all our friends and 
readers to caU noon Mr. Beamish and inapeot bia 
fine and matehleea stock of Famishing Goode and 
Clothing, and we feel perstuded that tbe oorrect- 
nees of our advice will be tally indorsed by their 
experience . • 



A Reasonable Objection. 

A clergyman in Scotland deBirtd his hear- 
ers never to oall one aaotber "liars;" but 
when aay one said "the thing that was not," 
tbey ought to whistle. One Sunday he 
preached a sermon on the pa able of the 
loaves aod fiuhes; aod, being at a Iosb how 
to explain it, he said the loaves were not 
like those now-a-days— they were as big as 
the hills of Scotland. Be had scarcely pro- 
nounced these words, when he beard a loud 
whistle. "Who's tbat ca's me a liar?" "It 
in I— Willy Mcdonald, the baker." "Well, 
Willy, what objection have ye to what I hV 
told you?" "None, MeeB John; only I want 
to know wbat sort of ovens they had to bake 
those loaves in?" 



Vtke Young Qlain from trie East. 

" I'm a stranger lo this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters ; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all tbe restaurants, 
Bat nowhere could I find, 
A plate ef Eastern oyt)ter«, 
Of the old-fashioned kind." 

"JWell, I can tell yon," said his friend ,; 
"■•Exacrly where to go, 
And where to get yonr oysters. 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a a troll down PINE STREET, 
At 419. oppoalte trie Market. 
Ton'U **e a sign, 'TBE SADDLE BOOK, 
You can't fall to remark It. 

" Emerson Oorvllle keeps the place. 
The beat saloon in town. 
There you can get your oysters raw. 
Or fried ao crlap and brown. 
He's the largest oyater dealer 
On the Pacific Ooaet. 
And that he keeps the freshest 
Has ever been hts boast. 

" He'a got nice little private rooms. 
Where you cob alt at ease. 

And eat your California stew. 

Or Easter n if yon please, 

AM the yoanf! men of fashion go 

iii«tit to the SADDLE BOOS, 

To eat their EASTERN OYSTtRS 

And drink their Rhenish bock." 



Jon Gtobta's Restaurant, at 105 California 
Market, has beau long and favorably known by 
the public as a place whfre nice Cbopp, Port -r- 
Hoose Steaks and Oy6t:rs lo eve y style could 
he had. A short time since, Mr. Gloats made 
an addition of a whole floor to his place, eo 
tbat he c.uld accommodate families. Hi? ree- 
t-.nr&Lt, as now constructed, can well be called 
a family re-: Uura. t 6.M 



Madame Clara Aatoala, de Paris, BaUnesa 
and Medteal Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134)6 Post street, near Du- 
poat, Correct diagnosis aod special attention 
to tbe treatment of diseases. Consultations 1b 
Frencb, German and Eogllsb. 6 o 



I^ow I Made 830. 

By buying my bed •room set of furniture of 
J, A. Sbaber & Co., 707 Market s reet, two doors 
from Third. They sell Furniture 20 per cent. 
cheaper tban any other dealers. I tried them 
all. 12.x 



WaetilngRetu mod in One Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. No Chinamen employed. • 



,"^BOP IS AND GXE TdTtVE 1MB GlXS AT 

the Opera Boate B*-, adjolalag the Opera 
Borne, Ft n *> Wines, Liquors and Oigaas. S w. 



What Cheer Laundry 
Is tbe bvt Laandry la Ban Francisco 



;>o Plot Suaer from corns. 
The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Dun- 
onr, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
-ellef by applying at Dr. B. fl. Cowan's InatJ- 
tate, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
"**k from experience, having tefted the Doc- 
•er'a capability. Beferenoea (avert tfreqalrad. b 



Free and Easy. 

A Vocal and Instrumental Concert will be 
given every Wednesday and Saturday evening, 
at 683 Market street, opposite Eearny. The beat 
of talent will De present. Everybody Is invited 
to attend and will receive good cheer and cor- 
dial treatment. i p 



McDowell, SHOW Card Writer 

Beady made and n.,,< i to order. Boom 10 

606 Market street, oor. Post ap£ Montgomery u 



Use SLiNXTNG'e Salad DsEesTKO^ — best and 
oheap°tt In town — at Oyster House 672 Howard 
street, near Third. 5-al 



Blankets and Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What 
Cheer Laundry. • 



From one tooth to a full upper set. from $5 
to $20. Filling reasonable. By Dr. Crowell, D. 
D. 8.. No. 30 Rearny ttreet, near Market. 2-j 



What Cheer JLaundrv, 
121 LeldeBdorff street, near Sacramento. 



Wow Furnlsbins Goods. 
Cheap, at tbe What Cheer Laundry. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C«) ^OO Waoted a party to Invest the above 
©*t/UV/. amount. It will par a return of from 

D .\j fVO to ?:.'>,i0 1 id one year, the best pajiuc bu i- 
oeaa In Sai KrauCIBOO. For particulars aup y lo 
S. L'orbyn A Ot., A«-nta6G Montgomery 'trset. 
Boom 9, baa Franoisoo. jc29-lf. 



JOHN McCARRON, 

HO RSESH0EK and FARRIER 

410 THIRD STREET, CORNER PBRRY" 
*W Warrants 10 care iorerferiDg or Over- 
r»M.oiD«- Corns and Bruises will receive promp 
attention, 
saw SatiBfaoUon srivea In all oases. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PBOORAMMK IK 
every Theatre and la every place of amuse- 
ment in Su Franciaoo. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OK THE FEM££T OAND1 
made at our Steam Uaoo.r Kaotory"" daiw. AJ. 
orders, sarpedally from toe country, are solicited 
u>d will be promptly a'.'eudsd te. 

.-w- ~ OAMTY k WAOHBB. 
aoau 107 Mo--t'Gffl«Tj «t_ nar.rBatajr 



Corner of New Mont comer y and 
AfttasluD atieci*, 



BY THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT SEASONABLE F.A1ES, FOB 

Circuses, Acrobats, Lectures 
or Meetings. 



3,000 PERSONS. 

For particulars apply to 

811 JvKIDAN COBBTK Ai CO , 
BOO Montgomery Street. 
je23 Boon O. 



TO LET. 

OPERA HOUSE, 

By the Night or Week. 
Apply at the Box Office 

OF 

MAGUIRE'S NEW THEATRE. 

j-52 



LEAGUE (^FREEDOM 

THIS SOCIETY WAS ORGANIZED LAST 
Tuesday Juoe lfith. bj dclegatea of the 
Orocers' Duiou Trades Union" aud "Personal 
Liberty League." Tbe object of tbe organization 
is mutual projection asaioat any infringement 
up on pereonal rights. I ■ e prinoipal object now ia 
to work sgainst Lotu' Option. At a meeting held 
last eveniog tbe League of Freedom adopted a 
Code of Laws. To-dsy proper agents will caovass' 
the city for members— tbey are empowered to col- 
lect one dollar initiation fee and issue OertiQcatea 
of Mem bars bip. Oerlifioatesof Membsrsbip may 
•lee be obtained at the office of tho League, No. 
622 day street. Boom 9, from 9 A M. to 4 P M. 
By older of Committee. 

JULIUS BUHLERT, Secretary. 
je29-3t 



BlcDANIEL'S THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

OPEN THE TEAS BOUND WITH AFIBST- 
olaaa Variety Company. Variety Artiste 
coming East can at all times seOure Firet-Ola'.s 
eogagemtnte. Muat be artists of acknowledged 
ability and have good wardrobe. None others need 
apply. Address JAMES McDANIEL, 

Proprietor, 
Lock Box No . 1, Cheyenne. Wyo. Ter. jelS 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATBE HAS BEEN 
recently refitted and decorated, Firat.olaaa 
Dramatic Companies or Dramatlo Stars coming 
East will be treated liberally upon application 
either by telegraph or In persoo. Addreaa all 
oommunioatlonato JAMES MeDANIEL, 

Proprietor, . 
Lock Box No. 1, Ohejeno .Wyo. Ter. si 



THE OLD 
KCOt SOOtoH, 

No. G (formerly 15) Horlos Hxreet. 
it lioor. from Kearnr, 

.Vil Dt-inLks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AND JERRY IN TOWN. 

Alwajsoo St-— tho Now York herald. Hirps'-'a 
We«ki;. Frank Leslie's. Day's Doiogs. Police Ga- 
zsite, aiitba California papers, al-o tbe London 
Puuob, Berll's Life. Illn>trated London News. Oall 
and tatisty yourself. 

•9" Don't forget tbe sign of tbe Slot Scotch. 

Jel2-tf W. S. WALDRON. Proprietor. 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 





FOURTH OFJU 



SPECIAL NOTICE — ALL ASS0CIA1 
Independent Military Oompanies, and : 
individuals, who Intend participatieg in t 
prosbhiDg celebration, aod who have not j '» 
niflad their Intention to do so, are rcquee I 
notify the Grand Marehsl immediately, i |1 
tbey can be assigned proper poBifiona In tb 
DANIEL NORCROSS. Grand Man 
- jnli-tf 



FOURTH OF JUL 



Headqcaqtebs Executive Commute s 
*30fi Clay aireeu mar Montgomery, i 

THE COMMITTEE ON INVITATIONS 
now sending eat invititiosa to the nam 
Cjrders, Societies, OiganizatiotB, etc., in th. 
AND OIIY OP OAKLAND, to join in tbi 
cession on the approaching Anniversary o 
National Independence. Fairing, however I 
some may ba inadvertantly overlooked and 
perhapa tbere maj be t hereby enge ndered a 
ing that an aot of Injustice bad beau comm> 
tae Committee desires thus publicly to exti 
cordial and heartfelt invitation to all o 
bodies In tbe oity, and in tbe OITY OF 
LAND, to take part In tbe celebration of tb' 
lion's Birthday. Aaplendid procession ia air 
assured. Let all join it in the spirit in which 
Invitation la tendered, aud it will be a triu 
surpassing all former oelebtatlona of tbe d 
tbla oily. An early respome is especially r< 
ed, ao tbat tbe Graid Marshal may be able t< 
aigo the bodies accepting, their appropriate 
tions in the line. 

Ilia proposed to orgaulza a oompany of ' 
TIQUE AND HOBRIELES," to lake pan it; 
Preoatsion. All desiring to join will please t 
mnolcate wi',n the Chairman of tbe Invitaj 
Committee. 

By-orderof tbe Committee oo Invitations. 
O. ?. VON RHhlN, Obairmi 

San FraoolEC*. Jane 1G.1BT4. 



1776. 187 

FOURTH OF JULY 1 



Sn 



W 



ILT 



Headquarters Executive Commltti 
Ao. «OG Vlayr Street. 

THE FOLLOWING NAMED GENTLEhI 
have baen appointed Oolleotora by tbe 1 
nanoe Committee, and are duly authorized to 
celve eubaoriptiona In aid of tbe OelebfttitLy 
Otbera will be appointed and announced io a t 
dayB : 

H..Z\ WHEELER, atlarge ; 
I. J . TROM AN and OB AS. M. LEA BY. Front 
E. T. ANTHONY, S'aoraoento street, 
R. F- BDNKER, California Market; 
STEPHEN BABEblB. at tbe Mission ; 
S. H. Kb NT, atlarge; 
J. 0. PALMER, at Ia;ge; 
DANIttLNOK' ROSS, atlarge; 
IRA P. RANKIN, Found ries. eta. 
B.J. SHAY, ALEX. GAULT, Kearny street, f: 

Market to J ackson ; 
J. P. OOOHR&N aod W. F. HARRISON, hofc 
HENRY: SCHMIDT and H. VON TEN^EIEI 

Washington street and [arallelstreetfl oo; 
SAMUEL D. BAKFB, Second. Third and Fou 
Btreet. 

By order of the Coram ttee. 
je22-St .0. GUIREY, Seer 



S 



FOURTH OF JUL1 



Antique & Horrible 



THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HAS V| 
ted that a First Prize of 

One Hundred Dollars in Gol 

Shall be awarded to the best eostaioed oharaolj 
appcarfnein the "Aotfqae snd Horribles" 
prooeBeion on the Foorth of July. 

Other prizes, to bo hereafter announced, will I 
awarded to the second aod third beet thua.-teil 

All desiring to jsio the company wilt please^ 

port to O. F. VON RHEIN. J 

Obairn'nn of tbe Invitation OommitteeJ 

W. O. GUlRtiY. Secretary. 



SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



[X ACCOBOIKVE WITH THI PBO. 

vlelonsof an Act levyloz a tax for State 
purpsaei, approved March *8, 1874* 
the Auditor of the City and Coonty of 
San Francisco has delivered to the oa. 
derationed duplicate awesimeatbooka far 
the flacol years 1 87S 7« and I87S.74. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 

That Taxes entered on said booki are 

now dae and payable and win become 

dellnqnent on tbe first Monday of *Tnly, 

1874, and that aaless paid prior thereto 

TWMTT.FIVB FEB CENT WIL.L 

BE ADDED to the sunoant thereof. 

A. AUSTIN, Tax Collector 

City and County of San Francisco. 

myl2t-d 



MUSIC. 



T EADHRS OF BANDS. AND OTHER Ml] 

siciANS wishing to offer their aeirlcea for t 
Fourth of July Oelebratioc, are requested to oori 
muuioate with tbe undersigned, aa above, withosj 
delay. 



jeiS-tf 



OAPT. J. TUTTLE, 
Chairman Mueiq Committee, 



(TRADE MARK.) 



CATARRI 



H. E! ILI E3 ID Yl 

IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 

For Sale Every-wliere| 

CRANE BRICHAM, 

WHOLESALE AGEHTS. i<»-| 




*.*■ reatTotaoo. wtDinoir, <ilt i. iri4. 



>» « mt m raiAriaT 

F«nil«kH Rooms 

i» raws. 

•o* an 
Opta »il Si/hf, 

J. K. Sl.lNRlV 
fawfrnaecsa. 



M 



ERA HOUSE. 

, . i» a. rw r> 

TB OF JUI-Y 

rtirowMiNcci. 

— w 
I Jssm O »* *■. X L» Xj * •» 

Francisco Minstrels 

^CiFOl'lt I'KUTOKM *\< ES 
^■* * *tL|J *• * m *"»• ••*- •* 

iSatird.y and Sunday E»enipgs. 

July 3d, 4th and 6th. 

S&T.TH OF JULY MATINEE 

(^V l|% illMl, f I— saksae ef «W f »eO hlH 'lNl). 

IS;:;*-] Talent and New Acta. 

l!|ri '-%iWdl«i«4 U* • *«*•>•*■• par at-. 

DAL OPTION! 

OX. TBI. 

VnJAKUND CRUSADERS! 

•4 Cfcarictcri Jetry Ftcafin. Stllit 
., 8m»rt »nd Flopping PiUi. 

' JUl Wonderful Japanese Dwarf ! 



MAGUIBB'S lflW TH1ATRE. 









POSITIVELY THE HIT WEEK OF 



BUCKLEY'S NEW YARIE1 , 



: 



i> • ■. » m » r i 






MR. CHARLES IE CUTER j«mht to EM 

*• 

Tea Bit, mil «4 eel L.t a* ii l W, ta 

LOVES PENANCE! 



• irrnrrm it 



Mr. C. ARNOT, 

Ml. • SYDNEY COWCLL. 

Mr. CEOACE CIDDEHS, 

Mr JOHN HOWSON. 

i UriAMATIO OOMPAM-V. 



this Evcmwo 



JIXY I 






una 

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«. i mu. 

IVMfllM 

••Hut, 

liaaas 



Double Song * Dance Men 

■%T LTEKIKC JULY 5 

Ci K A N D 

ALLEN GE DANCE 

■ tbi CBAMrioxaHir and medals. 

fht Double Song and Dance 

TO ALU COMPETITION IXYITID. 



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T.Kfirj!:.. 



aiuiwt, 

lTBBM 



• P JILT aAtUn.., SO cola 

la*,rvad 8HU, 2* ctoti .itra. 



)F JUL 1 



m in Co 

IDSlllCfJ Mfl 

J HoifibllT*. 

Jfllf. 

32000DC#n5. rfi 

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W till pfsiM 

VON KUfclK, 
noa DoBBiHw 



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OTHEB Mi 



i.iiiilwio' 

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LI TRIIifll !«<■»• nun. 



OAKLAND tillOST. Etc. 



>>.w a- *ui:t flsj, is • fro !<•«-*• and ■ As**, eatltltd 

■| 



LOVE'S PENANCE! 

KARL CHARLE8 FECHTER 

Htlll (M 



U.4RISSK 
CLARA 



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KHWARD A St. % OTT 

1 'MS If iTVB >S 

< UAH! r> V I'M M'H 

, fRANk i « 

JOM Wll K'B 

Ml*s LIZZIE PRICE 



MRV i;R«srtI.L »R». FRANK REA 

THE wmis MISS MARY WEi.l.S 

TH« OIRL MILLIE DEaVEB 

riousvt th»: • ro«T iiomi- i»i». 

ACT 1. DUWMg.IOOK AT XOCKLAICA 

ACT II r.VKH OH TUB BWRLlir. HTATC. 

ACT III CLAEA'I HEBKOOAf. 



FRIDAY, JDLY 3, 
w 111 Sliorlly Appoar, 

Mies JEFFREYS LEWIS, Miss KATE BROWNING. 

Fourth of July Matinee and Evening, 

CREAT HOLIDAY BILL, BY THE ENTIRE STAR COMPANY, 

" MARRIED LIFE" and "THE BONNIE FISHWIFE." 



L»v»t.r,l.»> i ,,r 

NIDD 13 TJ O K. Tj El TeT 

mi«bb» iTjiv. m-a.-*". 



»•■», TmaIIiI 



UlUAOAaEMT OF 
IV1 1«.«» OAnillB TWILiTjIEJ 



E5a>uEHEiir hi 
ClajeB ID/*. V<« 



THIS LVkKIKO JULY I 



Th. TtoblI. will Ooaw«i* wlla a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FUI 

l-inlsh'w will th-ViRIETT WALK AHOUf*. 



Opiate 0-ib«at» 



HARD CHEEK. 

Freik Mortimer* AbiI U. Deroy 

■■■ rim 

t'oabVi XUasrvlia Wn** ▼■■••■I .*»d M n(iu ilfwer 

J O II INT i\j TT a X B T7SIZ1.0 

In ■>«•■■; una Itupff 



"on* Me Uf l.«r«r*a| 

•Josr Johnnr Prlr« 

V..rr.l Wt>aM* r. rr |» Willi* 

""»'"■ Poms.ntJlMNa Wornl Mad MM-. HUnoht 
■»■•■ ,.,.MMeTI« Hieww 



Going to the Races. 



«n Brown 

Mr Ilro-rj ... 

Dsiloioai, (••rr*i 



,.Molll» I.» Forraal 

f r«nk Wortltnors 

Joboo> PriM 



■*«nn 

Medle **' r>tt 




Kmie So* 

Idn risk 


jMO jA-jPX laAO 3F1. ZI. 




























IWiNT TO BE M ACTOR- 


OR 


I'LL GET EVER. 


LWaly Jlra 




JotiDD* Ta»rs 



P nncr Donee.. 

llniiiiil 

Hornpipe.. 



Boa Vlecea* 

Mllr. BiMaehta 

Llxvlr Worrel 



Oyertnro OrobMtra 

THE DOUBLE-BEDDED ROOM. 

Harry D-yo* Johnny Prto* And Miss Kalis Zo» 



» TL? -A. jPL 

and Porter. 

POT. SSI XIRKET BTBEET, 



Try SOUTHERN PA< 
it 



Open Day and Night. Ladies' Department. Ob opt and everpthinii in market asrvod to order. ( 

a , Summer tltrect. of Kearny.. between California and fine IrtOflSt 



W, H. SCHNEIDER, 

OITKrSlVHTII, 
No. 88 Oeury aHreet. 

Noar Market and Kearny streets, San Francisco 



lei- 



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2~\t 



ID DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

LYLOE ^fc CO., 

id Card Distributors 

1IL1ID ul TlrlJITI, 
f.ilblallr wh dUtribatiOU of 

rs. Dodgers, Cards, 



And e.,17 deaerlption of 
lnToc* Matter 

At SHI Re.ioaAbl, r,l««. 
)« <k CO. DISTRIBUTE 

FIGARO " 

•Y-rj day, sod ara to be i-lisd apoa. 



Kfl,tOos» IMt ' 




roc""*- 



OPEN LETTER 

Known Business House 
of this City. 



PEOPLH OF BAP? FftANOISOO AND 
•f Oaliforoia— As reform Is now the 
•r tb* Bute, and sveir man and woman 
become •oonomioaL, I with to oall joai 
<a a partioalar mbjeot. and that it, when 
3 InYMt a dollar 10 do so. and go where 
roar money's worth; when yoa oskt 
go to th* hoase that mannfaetares 
th* erUeU dlraot, and yon are sore to 
To find snob a booie go to R. POP- 
sblvt sasoafactory aod g>nts' farotsn- 
lUblisbment, Mas. »»» K'arny atraat. 
tt*r sad Base, and »»7 Kearny atraat. 
">o aad Piaa, iha oldest and leading 
Uotatiaat eatabllsbnrsnt in ■□• olty. 
ir le sail bslow eost, or rotoll at saann- 
JM-thafa too thin ; bat h« oaa sail a 
a and mora partaot-nttiag shirt, sopa- 
f ity, at a mora reiaooabla prloa than ear 
• in the thy. the same in anderwear, 
iisbf og goods, ate. Bbiru made to or- 
ttsfaotion warraoUd. Otntlemanoom- 
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Bents'. Ladies', Misses' and Infant's 

BOOTS and SHOES 

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"Truth Crushed to Earth Shall Rise Again.' 



VICTORIA C. WOODHULL 



....FOR HER.... 



FAREWELL APPEARANCE 

Will rtviow the now moie fian ever notorious 

BEECHER-TILTON IMBROCLIO 

By the delivery of an Oration, entitled 

"The Naked Truth/' 

....in.... 

PLATT'S NEW MUSIC HALL, 

....ON.... 

Friday Evening, July 3, 1874, 

Aie.;0 P. II, Doois opeo at 7:30. 

atJmission 50 c»ni« 

HESEBVED SEATS SI 00 

CAN BE 8ECDBED AT 

137 Montgomery Street, Room 20, 



Or tt tbn Box Offia* tft.r ]0 A. M. of tb* da; of aha 

Lector.. 



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Lectors. 



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T»HK T>PPOT OF. THK GRAND DUKitAL- 
•jr 1 * 'lee. -cofcuri Oonirreaa Ga ti>rsard ^renoQ 
Ties tor b.nt* and Coye, is at P. Kellj's, the 
prz'BooMnak^r. 

4» tim-i ot i, tie abivo goods now io storo, and 
will be sold at Eastern priatts, 

PereOBB raaidinK Id the country dosirons of ob- 
f..'in s m- psrtoct titncR Boots and Shoes, can sod-I 
for P. Kelly's Oiicalar.Qontainlcg his new method 
of self-measurement tnd list o! uustom prices. 



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NO. 33S BUSH STREET, 



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A NEW ;>A OCTAVE 

PIANOlrfrl 

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On Aoooant of departure from the State*. 
Oall, or Address 

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RIDING ACADEMY, 

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Stockton. 

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ytcaderoy In trie oitv; orso 
day and ayeoiac* PartlC' 
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WEDNESDAY JULY 1, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

California Theatre. 

E. A. Sotboro ii the cturacter Of Lord Dan- 
dr«»rj ii orowdfos tbe this theatre. 
Mncuin'w New Theatre. 

Otarlci FtCbUr whote CDRifeiBiat clotee on 
9 ndaj avgnios. Will appear in the tanking drama 
of "Lore'i Pinaoee" thi*«Y0Biog. 
Opera Hoaie. 

To-morrow iTen n», Mm*. Daret »n actress 
wbote msti-.a are act. no* lodged trail, will ba the 
recipient of a benefit at this house. Tho eattr- 
tuDinenl will commence with a Dew comedy Id 
three acta entitled "The Comic* Woman or the 
Crusaders" adapted and localized tor Ibe ccoasion 
b; G B. Dentmore- Geo. D. Ohapllo v.ill play 
the chancier of Tom Oarborry, a ioung gestle- 
tQAO of the old achool, Midimo Dnret will appear 
Ii Mti. B-ibcra falser, (Jheropion Crusader and 
Aeaweorof 8ao Fraociioo County, on the marry 
and crake, and Mr*. Uharles Edmunds, Miss Gar- 
neLtpsis. Miss Fanny You cr, and othera are in 
the cast- This will be followed by a concert by 
the Mitaei Alberliie and Noko HoOabe, Alfred 
Wilkie, Waiame Anna Bishop, Harry Ooortalo, 
and Fa» Booth. The eT«nire'» entertainment 
will terminate with the burlesque of "Norma'' in 
wr.t:h Geo. D. Obaplio will appoar is the Dfuld 
prtestesi, and Hits Albettlne MiCaba as Adelgi.n. 
Tlie Royal Marionettes. 

The wonderful troape of Marionettes from St. 
James' Hall aid the Orystal Palaoe, of whieb we 
have Rirea eeveral niliooa while it was on exhibi- 
tioo in tbeEaat, will commence an engagement at 
Piatt's Hall, on Monday 6T«niog. Tbe tronpe Ifl a. 
Tery large one, a ^d erory member of It h . f ao- 
bbmiahed cbaiaster. The entertainment isspok.n 
of bj all who have witnessed it aa the perfection 
of mimic art. Tho box office will be open at the 
Hall on Friday. 
Opera Honge, 

The San Francisco Minstrels will open hereoo 
Friday niRht, In abiff bill, wciloh includes several 
oewfeatares. One will bo a Local Option piece 
in which Sally Smart and other Oakland Cruaad- 
era will appear. The celebrated Japanese Dwarf. 
oaly 13 inches bisb, will alio app-a". The Min- 
strels will give a matinee on the Fourth, immedi- 
ately after the procession passes through Kearny 
street. On Sunday evening the muoh talked of 
Challenge Dances for the Ohamp Ion ship and 
SitVer Medals will oome off. 
Benefit to Madame Dnret. 

At the benefit to Madame Dnret which is to 
oome on! at the Ooera House on Thursday evening, 
George D. Chaplain will appear in his (treat bur- 
lesque of "Norma." A feature of lh.0 entsrlain- 
munt will be the production of a naw oomedy en- 
titled "The Coming Weman, or Tha Crusaders," 
adapted and laoalized for the occaiion by G. B. 
Denamote. 
Platt'a Hall. 

Victoria O. WoodboK who baa got into much 
trouble by tailing the truth, butseems determined 
to persist in doing bd. will deliver ber final leotnre 
at the above named ball, on Friday evening, July 
3d. The title of the leoture will be "Ibe Naked 
Truth," and Mrs. Woodbnll will speak from her 
personal knowledge of the acta of H rrv "Ward 
Baeober. which are at present caaeing ao muoh 
tilfe 
Bella Union. Theatre. 

J. H. Heme in "Handy Andy," H . R. Archer In 
ballads, Mias Alice Kosb In serio-comic gems, Ed 
M array la hia Budget of Fnn, and other attrao" 
tions to-tight. 
Hockley*!) New Variety Theatre. 

"Solng to the Rices," "I Want to BeanAotoi 1 
or I'll get evon," and a groat variety of ether aots 
will be played to-night- 
Woodward's Gardens. 

The Ho Hum Cannon Aot, catotiog a solid ball 
fired from a mounts' a howitzer, wl;l be performed 
Saturday and Sunday. The illuminated balloon 
ascent Saturday evening, 

aUAToatlOAL MCHEuat.—Ono ol the most 
•omplrM collection* of the kind in the United 
Statu, oomprisins hondrede of ooatly and bean- 
t'Jul wsa models, is daily on flew (to gentlemen 
ealy) at the Museum on Montgomery street. As 
tour out be orofliabl* scent here. 



AT THE THEATRE. 

wa stood by the river together, 

&nd tent o'er the w tei'j eldf ; 
Aid we watched the play of the mconilglt 

That gllt:ered adown the tide. 

My dre«m of life wafl beginning— 
■ Fur my dream of love bad begin ; 
Aod the world wsa a garden of ro.-tr, 
I plncklog them one by one. 

She was the daintiest creature ! 

That ttaod in the moonllgh' taeie, 
With lace on ber rounded should; r-, 

And a purple gleam in ber hair. 

And we bnllt the airiest castles, 
And wh:»pered the nanal things ; 

In sboit, 'twas the tame old story— 
Tbe tows and the charging of ring?. 

But macy a right, when maalog 

Alone la my bachelor'^ chair, 
I have thought of the lace and the shoulders, 

And the purple gleaming hair. 

And a memory wakens within me t 

From out of tbe long ago : 
The low do -p Bob and tbe rijrple 

01 tint river's ebbing flow. 

Saab. I there's the music beginning ; 

Yes, ebe mar; led — a broker in itock 3 , 
And— look at that itjut old party — 

That la she— in the opposite box I 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Sterett, 632 Cray Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Plain or Fancy Colors, ore turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 18 to -12 inch letters, in stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially Invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor in 1850, ami has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-tj 



If one wishes to pass an hour or two pleas- 
antly at the game of billiards, no pleasanter 
place oan be found in tbe c ty taan Chapman & 
Terrlll'a Bl Hard Parlor, Northeast corner 
Bujb and Kearny streets entrance on Bush, 
From the window a good view can be had of 
tW) of cur busiest ttretti Bush and Kearny. 
Local Option not in force; for the best of 
Wines, L qaors and Cigars, are served at tbe 
bar for liJi ceiti. 6.x 



E, A. Sothera. 

Mr. Bofchern closed hie Chicago engage- 
ment in "David Garrick." Tbe Chicago 
Times said: "Alihongh aa regards ecctn 
tricity end droll hnmor Lord Dnndreary 
stands at tbe head of the s^age represu'a- 
tioas ol this accomplished ector, in "David 
Garrick" be is seeu f ally at bis best in en 
artistic sense. The etory baa in itself much 
to touch the feelioge, and interest tbe im- 
agination. Mr. fiothern, in this subtle and 
exacting character, meets to the full the 
greatest anticipations. His portraiture ex- 
hibits to the highest degree both his versa- 
tility and dramatic geoins. It is a drama- 
tie picture, that calls eqcally for the die- 
play of pathos and power, tbe superficial 
polish of ih'D man of tbe world, and the 
star cf the stage, with the refinement of a 
true gentleman and the self-sacrifice and 
generosity of a man of high principle. It 
is the complete uoion of these several rare 
requirements that makes hia David Garrick 
at oac3 so subtle and yet cbarming." 



Fundi and Fan. 

The following conversations are from the 

English comio papers : 
Auntie. "What is Nellie's cose for ?" 
Nellie (doubtfully). "To smell with." 
Auntie, "And what is Nellie's mouth 

for?" 
Nellie (cautiously). 'iTo eat with." 
Auntie. "Aod what are Nellie's ears for?" 
Nellie (confidently) . "Ear-rings ?" 
Dick ('o friend about to marry). "Pooty 

is she? Well, wofs 'er caat o' featnrs?" 
Harry. "She ain't got no oast ia her fea- 

ture^ — that's in her eye. Her feature is 

straight enough. 
Mrs. Halaprop* "Beeu to see tbe Booshan 

czar, my dear ? Not if I knows it I Why, 

it was them aa shot off my poor boy's leg 

oat in the Chimera I" 



A Difference. 

We heard a man complain about the 
weight of bis baby the other day, and to 
our certain knowledge that same man need 
to hold the mother of that baby in his arms 
hour after boar aft r tbe fond parents of 
said girl had gODe to their virtuous couch. 



HprlrjR Style Hats. 

Light, bejratifnlly finished and Rracefolin 
shape, the new SpriDg style of Hats manufac 
-tured dt "The" Hat Store, 617 Washington 
street (seoond hat store below Kearny etreet), 
Is just the thing to make a man look a hundred 
per cent, better. Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
Go to "Tae Hat Store" for a new one. Prices 
reduced. a.v 

Imper l IVtlllc Punch. 

The best of beverages. Try it, Made and 
sold only by Asa L. 'WaogBinan, at his sympo- 
€iac of fine Wines, Conors and Segan, comer 
of Leidesdorff and Halleok street:. Superb Hot 
Lnnoh from 11 to 2. H, B.— Slock reports 
iaiegTapnei directly from the Board especially 

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Oystore, 
Is strolling round the other night* 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
Onr careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a Gcreen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen j 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell. 
Made that window seem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea. 

Stop," Bald my friend, "let's go in hero ' 
It looss so nice*— and try their cheer. "'j 
*'AU right," I said, "I must ajrree 
That this place suiu me to & 'T.'" . 
Ho sooner had we ioua'] & <-if.t 
Than at our nidi a waiter neat 
Made hiB appearance, asken •.-,../ wish— 
Said they had almost any dmh 
That we might name. We found It trcr. 
And cooked magnificently, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every Btyle; Just think of that, 
And if your month don't water, then 
You're different from other men, 
They'd clamsand crabs and terrapins';! 
In (act, V3 found they had within 
That cosy place ail kJndsof game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name. 
While every dish was, X am tone, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem. 
That they have hertrthe beat ice cream; 
'Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "sach nloe dinners. M 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this troth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Bush street, above 

' Montgomery; op&u Day and Night. 

0HABLE8 HAAKB. Proprietor. 



Great Bargralris in Clothing; 

The only at ore in tbe city that baa the largest 
cheapest and flncat assortment of Men's and Bots 
Clothing, i9 Ii. Peyuir'a Montgomery Avtnae 
Olothing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington and Jackson. Also, a large assort- 
ment of Men's and Boys' Overooatfl and Cloaks, 
ind the finest stock of Gents' Varnishing Goods, 
Tranks, Valises, eto. £_ z 



Mii-slc Hath Charms. 

Pianos tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and ratiefa t'on guaranteed, by one that 
understands 'he business. Also, will perform 
on PUno at Evening PartleB, etc. Orders left 
at 754 Market or 51 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan. *-v" 

Medical Wonder 

Oures rheumatism, billioira pains, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches andpalns. All Drug 
gists keep It. 3-b 



Db. Beebb, Patent Gold Crowns for oroken 
or decayed Teeth, 230 Kearny street. 2-bh 



■er majesty'* Tkeaire Sold. . 

Her Majesty's Theatre, together with a 
number ol houses and ehopa in Pall Hall, 
tee Opera arcade, in the Bayin&rket, and 
ihe United Hotel aod Clergy Clnb, in 
Cbarlea street, Hayo.arket, w< resold en tha 
20th. Thepiopcrty was sold by direction 
of thetrutteea of E. H. Holloway, There 
were twenty-one lots, tbe first beiog Her 
Majesty's Theatre, now held under leaBe by 
EarlDodley, aa assignee of Btnjatnio Lum- 
ley, and producing a net icoome of £1.171- 
14a. per annum until Michaelmas, 1891, 
when tbe lease expires, and tbe purchaser 
will be entitled to possession of the retoain- 
ner oE a term expiring in 1912, when tbe es- 
tate falls to the CrowD. The auctioneer 
stated that at tbe expiration of Lord Dad- 
ley's term, the property would become frea 
from any obarge, the present right in tbe 
boxeB and btalle altogether expiring in 1891, 
which would considerably enctaoce the an- 
neal value of the property. Tbeie could be 
no doubt that it was one of ihe noeat thea- 
tres in tbe wcrld, and why it had been 
closed so long he waa unable to say, and 
more especially so when it was known tbat 
there were now tenants ready to come tcr" 
ward prepared to give a reotal of £5,000 a 
year for it aod spend £20,000 en the build- 
ing. He then stated that the property must 
be sold, as the trustees did not with to bold 
it any longer. The property was knocked 
down at £31,000, to Mr. Laat, solicitor, who 
was understood to have purchased the thea- 
tre for a principal whose name waa not 
mentioned. The next iota offered were the 
Opera-arcade property, held nnder tbe 
same terms of lease as tbe theatre. Four 
of these lots consisted of the houses and 
shop?, Nos. 3, 4, 5, and 5 1-2 Pall Mall, the 
two first lots being sold for £4500 each, 
aod ihe two last for £4,000 each, mt>kiog a 
total of £17,000. Thirteen lots, consisting 
of shops in tbe Optra-Brsade, were next 
offered, and eight of these lota were sold 
for an aggregate sum of $8,680, fiv^ oE the 
lots being withdrawn. Tbe remainiDg por- 
tion of the property, consisting of the 
United Hotel and Olerey Club, comprising 
Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, an* 24 ©harleB 
Btreet, and 71 Haymarket. was next sold for 
£27,000, Mr. Cooper, solicitor, beiog tbe 
purchaser. Tha entire proceeds of the sile 
amounted to £83,(280. 



Newspaper Etiquette. 

Ia somo brief reminiscences of Iha^keray 
in ihfi July number of besibner's Magazine 
we find tbe following : His conneotioo with 
Fraser's Magazine w^s the subject of con- 
versation, und the right of an editor to 
change the "cop}" of his contributors was 
diseased. Ttuckotay maintained that no 
such right existed, except as regsrded errors 
of grammar, and declared that the only per- 
son who oould make alterations for tbe bet- 
ter was tbe author himself ; as a rule, edi- 
torial changes were blenders. "I told an 
editor bo once, and be did not like it, 'I have 
no objections to your puttiog your hoofs on 
my paragraphs,' I remamed, 'but I deci- 
dedly object to your sticking your ears 
through tbem.' " "He never foigav^you, 
of course." "I never thought to aBb." 



Not a Bad Recommendation. 

Tbe lady principal of a school, in her ad- 
vert sement, mentioned her 1m jy aesistant 
and tbe " reput.tion for teaching which she 
bears;" but the printer left oat the "which," 
so the advertisement went fjrth commend- 
ing tbe lady's "reputation for teaehmg she 
bears." , 



Couldn't Understand bis French. 

''O^n you direct me to tha Maison Dorse ?" 
eaida gentleman to a boy on Waatiington- 
strejt the other day. 4, No, sir, replied tbe 
urchin, "bat there's a mason and whitecer's 
opposite; won't that do as well? ' 



sstr&wT&oiTjrlee : Strawberries 

The Matinee Frnit Store 409 Bash, Is the place 
to obtain your nice, irush Strawberries. Parties 
patronizing us will bj promptly attended to, 
and can re&t assured that their Serriea will be 
sent home in good condition, as we have a 
light eprlcg w»gon expressly (or tbat purpose. 
By leaving your address onr wagon will call for 
ordtrs every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Give ua a trial. 1-7 



Tlie Verdict. 

Half of the bett-dreseed geLtl< men in this 
city would say, if a-b:-a the quest lo i whe:e 
they had their clothes made, that they weat to 
Baloun b Stouda, No. 613 'Washington street, 
and would also advlBe you to go tbeie ii you 
wanted a per feet- fitting suit made In the latest 
stjle, from either imported or domestio gooda, 
at tbe lowest price oompttLble with a good 
garment, 6-m 

What Oheer L<aundry Wagons 
Call for and deliver eletheu In all parti of the 
city. • 

F resfa And Svr*"** , 

Per the best confectionary, go to 0*nu aod 
W«L*rti«rV tfT7 MootcomerTf Rt- nmr Rntto- *» 



PERSONAL. 



MB8, M. J. FAKBKLU LADIES' HAIR- 
dreseer, late ol l>ohert;'s Hair St. re, bas re- 
moved to t\o, ait KetrDy street, up stairs, rooms 
24 find 25. AHkindtf of hair work mado to order 
feli-lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Boolittcllera and Stationers, 

H. H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Morohant. 

llutcber*. 
Katt, Fred, BtaUa 91 to 100. Oalifomia Market 

Dentists. 

H. B. Pope, 6 Montgomerr Street, 
Davie A Oaaa, 22 Montgomery street, opposite!, he 
Lick House. 

Human Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co.. I]f)8eeond street. 

Whltener» and Paper Haagtri, 
A. W. Wbelden, 122 Geary etc set. 

Wine* aed Minort. ( Wboleaaie.) 
Eacori 7. A Go.. 504 Front. 




RECREATION, cold-room varieties. 

sixteenth St., CheyDuei Wyoming. 

JAME W ALLEN... PrODrietoi 

l'OUW W. DUNNK BuBiaesB Manager 

HAKRY SPK1GGS...... ...... .7. fiwge M*na|« 

HAS J 17 8 T RUKN KEFITTWB 
and reopened for tha Fall and Winter Bea- 
ton with & fl rat-class Oompany, enibraome Harry 
Sprigga, the great charaoter actor; Harry Lor- 
rrtTna, Blpy Forest, Mr. J. W Dnone, Mies Lucy 
Hall, Miss Minnie 'Pay(fl, Mias Nellie beymour, 
Mias Jennie Logan, Frank Holley, George Tobler 
acd Obaries Miller, and a full and efficient or- 
oJbestra. 

w9~ Lady talent coming East oan always secur* 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLFJv. Pro- 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

Hundreds Aval in? themselves of the Great 

Ioduwments Offered by the 8. F. & N. P. 

E. B. 0-'. to make one of the most de- 

llwhtfal trip! In tbe country, which 

Is through the beautiful Sonoma 

and Buselan River Valleys. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN PARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

SANTA. ItilSA. 

OP.YlKKVir.LF, 
(.'J.ovr.i£itAr.F. 

OEI8EBS! 

THE 8. F. iND N. P. R. R. 00,. AT THE 
earnest aolioit.tioo of it. p.troae, as well .a 
tbe pnb'io KeDer.llr, hava mad*, great ledaotif/Q 
in their r.gal&r r.t^B. as .D iDino«n.nt to JCxoar- 
elooietB to make tbe moat dembtfol. sod, with. I, 
the most, piotar' eqoe aod excitiog trip to the 
Grt.t Natural WoDder of this Ooaat. 

THE GREAT GEYSERS! 

Via Oioverdele, retnroiog via Oaliatoga, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All renowned Places of reaort for nleaeuro 
eeekera. S. F.4N.P. R. K. Co. 
.. connects at Uloverdale with 

VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



By this route yon enjoy a donbls Tilpaenr-? trip; 
a bi.£iQt.'fui trio on tbe liaj on tbe «ttamer \N I't- 
LOfv. to Douaane Landing, and then by rlie uira 
tbrotign ibe most beaotilal aod fertile vaUcya on 
tbe Oeaat. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For the Rn=nd Trio, go^d till the folJawiog 
MONDAY - MOKNIftG.at tbe fol- 
lowing rates : 

Ta Petaluma and Keta-a 81 SO 

To Santa Rosa and Kcmru.... .... 3 OO 

To JQealdanars and Ketnrn 4 OO 

1'o Clovcrd ale and Betorn 5 OO 

To Skuas*' springs and Betorn... 6 SO 
Bound Trip Tlcbctt to thu Gey- 
■erg and rcinrn, vlu Cloverdale . 

(Good to October aim) 13 50 

Geyaer* uad retnro, -via Calls- 

toga lfi OO 

Th the Get»er« llir«ct O ttt 

Geyn;rrt, via Cloverdale to Cails- 
tusca, to tbe Petrified Forest 
and reiurn to thu cltj- (Good io 

October 31.it) ..i(j go 

Round trip tickets to tbe Geysers good for tbe 
seaeon IS . -i . 
r-^nr^>, IHE BTEAMKK 
t rnrthmri m ANTELOPE 

Leavea daily (Sundays expeoted) from Pan Fran- 
otaco at 2:30 P. M„ from Front Street Wbarf. On 
Ktmdaya at 8 A. M. Returning, arrives In San 
Franoieoo Snnday evening, at 7 o'clock. Tickets 
on board tbe steamer, 

I. EJ, GKRDES. 
.«».-»« Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent. 
A. A. BEAN, Snp't, 

G£BT£KAr, OFFICE, 

rna2Mf 426 Monltromery Street, 

DAILY LINE. 




ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1874, THE UN- 
deraigned will run bij regalariino of Bix-horde 
Oonoord Ooacbes between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Connecting witb daily treine both ISortti and South 

Having ran (bis line for two yeara withont an 
aocldem ocoorlng, ne ia confident he can oonttoae 
tbe same witn Batut* to the public 

Througa Tick>3tB to tha Springs from San Fran- 
cisco ana all required information maF be bad at 
SOS Montgomery Street, and ot the Hat 

Jose Statlroad Depot, Sun Franclvco. 

Private cocvoyance furniabed by letter or tele 
grapb. Airtrets 

JL. H. UTEE, Gllroy, 

P. O. Box OO, or by W. P. & Go. 

Bay your Through Tioketa and never be delayed 
on tbe road. ap6-tf 



S. F. and S. P. R. R. Co. 



Oft AND AFTER APRIL 13, 1874, THE 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt Galloway, con- 
necting at Donabus Landing with tbe cars for 
OlovBrdale and intermt-dinte elation" will leave 
SanFranoleoe dail? from Front Street Wbarf at 
S:S<* o'clock. Returning will leave Olovardala at 
6 A. M. connection at Donabue Landing (vice 
eteamer, aod arriving in Saa Franciaoo at 11 A M . 
81'NMK JXtl'KSlOAS. 
Tha steamer ANTELOPE will lea-»e Front street 
wbarf every Snnday morning, at 8 o'clock, con- 
neotiog at Donithue with oars for Petaluroa, 
Santa Koea. Healdatiurg, Oloverdale. Retbr^iDir, 
tbe train leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'clook. P. M.. 
cooseotiog with s earner, arrivicg at ban Francis- 
co at 7 o clock. Excursion tickata at reduced 
rate-. tloaD^cVions made with atsgea for Sonoma, 
Ukiab, Mendocino and Ulenr Lake 
NofrpiKbt can be reciiived after 2 o'clock p. m. 
« faylber information aoDly at Oompisj'a 
omca, JBO Montgomery streei. 

P. DOX4HUE. Preaident. 
<w *• « ,t, F H - GKRDES , 

»P~-tt Genera] Pasaecger aod Ticket Agent. 




■ 

X&rfcl* ®# comm &f'* 

^7i 



(N»- 



4th of JULY 

Grand. Oeletoration. 

TTIver ybo djl sin fornjedtb at at the ol 
-*^ dat and, no mbe rth reeaeconda tre 

etwenr ese 11 lns*pl end ldo pea bat ho 
rfr onteh lrt*t\t ? 1-.39. 17 nde rwemrf 
rom5Acc»wardaa ilev ery tbl nice lie 
cli* apaa eh eupc anbea tbe ned Iciaud 
coi, 

NO. 3 SECOND STREET, 

Opposite tbe Grand Hotel. jeS-lm 



prietor. OuOD SAL-. RjES PAID. 



ee24-Sni 



....AT..., 

McDANEEL'S THEATRE 

CHKTJESraTE, wlOhU'e, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

la^-Talent going East will find it to their advan- 
tage before leaving California to correspond with 

J. McDAMU, 
m?9 Look Box No. 1. Oheyettne. 'Wyoming. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

ViUSKHX*. CXXX, UTAOA, 
JOHN PIPES PBOFaiETei 

THIS BLBGANT THBATEE OAN BE RENT. 
sd by the night or week. Stara an»^ travel. 
iog oompaniea liberally treated with r>D arolicatton 
to J I H.N PIPIB, 

Manager. nd sola troprieUkT 
Or to J. a; atCAUI. 
jnSStf :53« Bush street, San Franolaoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACKAMKXTO. 

BY THE NIGHT, WEHK OK M:.>NTH,FROM 
Aprillat. For tertna, appfy .ra. tbe Theatre 
or by letter to W. K. AiORKOW. Proprietor. 
Sacramento. 
N. B.— Ibavenoantborl^ad Agent any wbere. 
mb2-i-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAN JOSH, CALA. 

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND NEWLY F.EKO- 
vated Theatre ia to be let b) the Night. Week 
or Month, at reasonable terms, 
' ap24-tf G . B Ru H ASK A , Proprietor. 



DH. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL IKTUSEUM 

And Collate of Medicine. 

ICi nOO BEAUTIFUIj and instruox- 
X\r,\J\J\J ivo objects to be scan. Qpen to tht 
Public DAY Arn> NIGliT, at EUREKA HALJ. 
8*8MontKoruo.-yt.treet. KGli MEN GNLy. ( 

nffl-Da. JOBDAir'fi Pbitatb Oftioe la at »T1 
Geary street (ooooeite old Meobaaioe' Paviiioo). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTUS 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT. 
LADIES PKEPAKED for the STAGE 

PRIVATE THEATSIOALB AND AMATEUR 
p&rformanues direct.*- d, by a I viy and zentle- 
mau of more tban ordinary experience. For par- 
ticulars apply to MR. J. B. MCOABK, 
Tbeawioal Agent, No. aaa Busb btreet, 
delO-tf . > n San ITranclaco. 




MANNING'S OYSTER OROIIO 
Resort ot tbe itespectability. 

42S PU,B s r,p bel1 "* KEABNT - jb, 
Manning Pan Soast^fjr 

And C llHO LEE COFFJCE, 

aelO-tr A. W. MANNING, Inventor. 

Delioioas ICE OREAM aod STRAWBERRIES. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



SOLOMON TESMORE'S 

Stalls 57, 58 and 59 California Market." 
(Entrance on Pine Street,) 
19" 1 amilies and Bestaarants supplied at short 
notice. d(,lT-lm 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 



f a aiaau. ULIUJILJ a U.\X Ull hlut 

SbellFiBh, Stall 68 Oaliform 
Market, ban Frauoisoo. >pen Day 
and Night, families, Publ-JandTri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, Ubli/piog aud 
Restsurants supplied. 



^y^ 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second uod Tehama atreet*. 

■St-Terrapm constantly oo band. 
'Ojatora in every 8f»Ie. PRIVATB 
kSUPPKR ROOMS F.^R PARTlFfl. 
deo 31-tf 



6E02GE MAVES, 

DBALlHK IN OYSTKRS, OLAMSi..- 
andall "siude of SHELL FISH.ft^ 
:jUii«No*. -AO, 41, *», Oaltternia 
Market, entratoe on California street. 

Public or pn?*fce parties aad families supplied 
■iron. 6 a.M. w li p, m. JLadios" Ana GMtlemenV 

fff«»Rroni otien IMW* l.K Inliov -<KT, 1» 



THE GREAT 

LU-LU SENSATION. 



3VITJSIO 'T.ASCTGrH.'X*, 

INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO.^^^ 
Goitor, Aocordeoa, Water and Oil'l '1 * f I 
Painting at. prices to suit clrounuatancee. tSU'7^ 
L rjtipenworth, between Geary and fJ^FarrtJ* 1*8., 
tbroujth an arob, first bouce; papila withaut in 
Btrnmenta can practice here; loesona at residenoe 
if de&ired. je3-tf 



THOS. W. BR£E & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 

W AITCFACTUR ER8 
— ANI>— 

B^3*Ai BKB8 

-7OP— 

DRUMS, B3HJ0S, 

— AND— 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

MP-i.oaflona glron ou the Banjo and Dram. £49 
MJSBION STRKSiT, between Firat and Seoond. 

N B.— Fin e- toned SilTer Solo Banjca lor Pro- 
eaaionala always on hand. ?alS tf 



MOH-RELIi'S 
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS,' 

NOW TRAVELING THROUGH THB IKTE,: 
BIOB ot California Witu great aucceas, will 
terminate their trip on ox about tbe orstof July. I 
Tbe Company coseiBta of the following neU-kaArn 
artist* : „ „ 

Chaeley Nickeeson, Edwabd Peeet, 
Geo v-allack. John Pkeet. 

QHAfl E. tWITH, Ohab Mobaell. 

myl5 1m 



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CUSE i * IKMS. 

M. At MM r >t 



?ar 




•EST EN! 



m. 



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Tit Ml DAT. jrLT I, 1*14. 



▼•I. XIX 



OPERA HOUSE. 

(onrLIIEXTJLRT BK.VKF1 



CALIFORNIA THHATR1. 



BELLA UNION Th.„fRE 






MME. MiRIE DURET, 

■ 

Thursday Evening, July 2. 

COMING WOMAN 

THE CRUSADERS. 



jHvSx&i 



NINC OF THE SEASON OF 1874-5 




«• .. UMA 



HIT) M!S I • > < VI II • IIMA < >! 



Al HI, «.«».!• . 
UlliMOII.IlIB <OMRB|A». 

Mr. JAL*. A. HER1VE. 



w« i «ui. air**- ** 






M| 



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t]«i< 

» uti • B ..I— < Hi rr»o.^ •«,» ,<.. t»r 

ltd I 1ST IV I El WALTO 



thii rvrwn 



JOLT II 



m MM, o.l, to iom»Ii4 T ■ TATLOU a Inn,, KUUoi oca 



AMERICAN COUSIN 

Beoomirictfd by If r. Soth.rn »rd low Played is Four Acti In*te»d of Three, 





Grand Concert: 


oUaaaaatSel 


rtat^i 




* . '.■;■» f 



i nor. ALL**, 
I "•*•<>• flVN 

4 I* e ir.dacl *• isa- 



XV O 






• rf.1- 

*••»-• * *.ro. r». (HAPLIX 

A. MIKTI** afCTa** 

* ».>•*• l*re VMM.. MI*» KOKO * 

IJO *-l*S -Hi H* 

Fiji »1I «• . ..W;-- KlTlT UIWDUK 

'ii* * Jit iii 

Mane Arranfod and Orchestra Conducted 
by PROF. AILA l. 

Pl>«« TtllTI It 11 NIOAI.LCUT ... r.Q cool* 

•T »mIi ti.r to Mturfl (>o WadneaJij ani Tbo*»daj 
it tM Bos Offl e without flirt Charge. 



AOT I n «tiii v T [[ - -Dan •-r'aiy « D-d-room 

ACT III -Th* P.lfT AOT IT -Df-wio.-tto* at Trans asrd M . 

LORD DUNDREARY MR. SOTHERN 

a*. !«■< 'n»n 

«IH >l> • ,1 '■ 






...WAl.l rK O I IM • -. 



o» otiot mii ... « oin i* nhiii « » n<r. . 
onlmoi i. luii, .<■ m 

HANDY ANDY! 



• ■aaiM iuiii 

thu KTxaiNo 



■ I » Mil \ M> > 

JCLT S 



To. PHW U MH* Otll NHHMi Oil. III. 

■AUj AMD KKH.W.F MKBTRELH, 



1 



«»tt Mti.r 



LOOKING IOR WORK. 



ttmnCOMIR CtMl . 

• ■.*■•• 1*4 Il*-r» 

•uciir or ro« 



miii met ion 

*•»*«»• .*»o.l!...,n 

ID MURIUT 



ASSUMPTION. 

Kirr-s.r* At><1 VfodiH 

MoaoUIW Clolr 



Afl'I oiil.r, th. 



. K K V . T 

- ' 
M «k\ V 
OH.. M , . 

Ml. or . 
tklix&r. 



During ihe Piece MP. SOTHERN will read BROTHER SUM'S LETTER, 

B«t.fT«ri Nightly olth tb. noprftcffd.ntod oorapllm«nt of . Trlplt Eocoro. 
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 2 O'CLOCK, 

FOURTH OF* JTJJLSE- MATINT3E. 



HANDY ANDY 

flWDT AIDT Mr. JAM.:** IIIINI 

1 W, tuaniri Mr. »l:i-ii, .. . Id Mum* 

■ riartaa Mr. Karl a* a ...0*1, Maadeviiia 

Kd» d U'U.aaor II R. Aictj-r Biboo i. Hr*« 

■■- ' Jo-» Wo-dktd 

out \«i yonMV mi.. JJUIM1B .]>»ii >•...-! 

Mart Saner M»/r- Veailr* Kannt Dtwioi . .Lena P.ocier 

Q**rvarZT^^~~*^^~~' ~^**^7^7~~~~^ ... U*nfl«e"i.| 

ANATOMY. 

Kelly Rltebia And ....Fenny Hooker 

CHOIC? S.UCTIONS H. R. ARCHER 



MR. SOTHERN as 



In pnpmtlOD, Tom Rjba.Lirr. lovely Comtdy of 



OUNDRLARY , >»•• Alio. Bui 



OLD AND YOONG. 



IIN51TIDN tONfil... 

i Snni -.»i Ditifo 

1 Comic aao| 



And Kd Marnvy 

. .7] 7^ 77i7. . . 7. * V. MA II LU V I Lit 

jlatl* Hnt>1n»o* 

.MHHKlcRt t'lHlr 



To c.-mclnle witti tb* CoilIc Sktlcb CI 



In which Mr. Sothern will appear as Col. John White xhe coal iikav i i' - 

Also, First Appearance of Miss Bella Pateman as Mrs. Pinchbeck 1 ct ^ l%tt %^\\:SSm££ 



'M 



"THE VILLA," 

•golden gate park, 

T*a MU4.M baHac h«t ba«o oomplattd. !■ 
BWWtailTn W «ba pabll*. Toa boaaaUala- 
.raiaitaa.. aad baa 

jL un r I'liiillr* ParlorR, 

— AKD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

I-. wnaiabair.t aailt. ci Ilka a pobtto hoMl 
bit m It la oaiaad 

An Elegant Villa. 

*Tb« Villa" i« Tocatad at tba last or oertb-waat- 
arc MM of tb* r'trk. 

KaMnraaa Braaafaat*. Dlooan and Sappaa 
Braparad oo tba aaertaat notic a. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

PBOPB1BTOB. Ir-ll 



FKEia AND EAST 
....ax in.... 

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

SALOON. 
NO. emS lACMAHKNTa MTKKKT. 

(Kaown a* tba CIli.UAOO BBKR DKI'Or.) 
Evcrjr •AtardMy KTrnlng •»! B o'clock. 

C>IT1KEJI4IJI GlNKHAtA, AND ALL AU*L 
' tr. liana and Now Zaalandar* *ra irrited to 
atlaod, and ara aaanr^dofa baartr welcomo and 

aO->dcbaar. A oac>1ul HOT I.L'NUH twAvnn 
at ta iDa w*ak. GJ.O. B. A USTTN. 

•*•*** Propriator. 



Attentiou, Good Livers! 

MM. P. 5aWGBtl. VOSMBBLY 
propriator of tba Mlaora Res- 
Aaaraot, ds« takan tba maaacamant 
•f b«tb tba Mlaanr* Rwuranraat oa 
Oomm*rclal itraat aod tta* Mioara' 
Braoco oo Markal atraat. Our UillaolVara 

«-»'";• ail tba dalioaoiaa of tbe ration. Oar 
noita U "Good Vara, Good Gookioi and Mod*raU 
Obartraa-*' 

P. UKK«K« Se «o. 

MINERS* RESTAURANT, 

till and Caa Oommroni.;-- 
TB» Market tlr*at. 
SA.at.tOlU rjt. aaii-tf 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAS. L STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny street, 

Between Califorol* and Pine. 
TblaeieaaTitiaaoTt, baa lately been eolargw), axi 
sow ooDtaioe i bow BeTel table*. Tbe beet Llqaoij 
asd Olfara at tbe Bar. ' Viva larff* Hnelj farolsbai 
room., lor alobi aod priT»t* partita oothalrowt 
termaaad rale*. ja7-3m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEIHf SURGING BREAKERS 
FOIMIHG SURF, ROISTER SEA LIONS. 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

PRING YOUR WIVB1 

BRING YOUR PAJIILTI 
BRING YOUR LAUV rtHHMM 
Aad .njrjf . Ti.o of tbo finest ' OOKAN P ANO- 



Golden Gate. 

With , fu«t of whti«.wlni(ed m.M.aftOr. eotorlu 
from ...rj put of th. cotom.rcl.l oorld. 

.fp^rT.o Lto. UatMM, ooocotlDB oftb StrtMt 
0,r. .1 Lon. Mooot.iD ,v.r, 1!) mloaU. b.rwluf 
for tb. UUff Uodm ul-lf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

—AM) 



M 



Establishment. 



"iron 8T„ 

..»«•». PKIOKS. 

.tba. V, Mo. 

- -JU, HiiroW 

tlox. i'. c.nu, Sb.mpooioK. 

■ ' li»tiM JOHN Q&tl&j! 

■aBBv 



I ^apAU- JAA4IMU4 I 




P. H. McCANN. 
PRACTICAL HATTER 

MO. OS Third lint 
Btto.n Ifirk.t .on Mluloo itrols. 

[ HAVE JH8T1UWUBHEI) FBOM THB BAIT 

-"- Aa .nttr. p.w .toct of cbolo..t . h.u. 
^•rln lb. If. o (Attorn ikIo. 
fulnm. 



S. W. DENNIS 

Dentist, 

HAS JUST RErURNKD PFOM 
i ..iMirl r».nin«d tb. pr«rrtto« 
of bi, pr^ffAAlnii. .(hi. forinnr oiBge, 

SB RFABJI STBEET, • 

UBTZHI H B f Flu - ,| ci»<:o. m,7-tf 

— . ■___ 



Grand Duke Alexis 




Tat- DEPOT OF THE GRAND DOKH AL- 
exl* Ties, -cotub Ooaftreea Ga t*r* tnd Fr.Deh 
Tlaa InrG'ottuDd Lojs. ii »t P. Kel.j'a, tbe 
Pr'Zt Bootmak.r. 

4* C >».»-• ol tbe fibiTo good* bow in atore, aod 
will ba aold at Kaetara prieei. 

I'tjod. iSBiding in tbe connlry deairoaa of ob- 
tatulnor D»r».ct flttiDg Hoots and Sboee, c*o a»od 
for P. Kellt'a Uiroatar.ooDtalDlog bit new nmtbod 
of self-neaaaremeotaDd list of oaatom prloee. 

Prize Bootmaker. 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, HoBtBoB«n and Kearny. 
1*33 



To the Unfortunate. 

DR. 8IBDOV* lllll'KXS.tKT. 

NO. 088 KKARNY 8TRHET. OOR- 

oar of Commercial, ban 1- i-bdci-co 
h n trance on (Jommeioisl atreet. Katab- 
llsbtd in 18M, for (be treatmont and 
dare of all diaeaaes of tbe nrlnarj and 

ceneratrfe organB, and ill physical con- 

(JiL> ■(.. . or weakness eonaeQQent upon tbe error. 
or ignoraaoe of tbe aetes. Skin disease (of rears' 
stAnding) ai d nlcerated less eaaoeaslnUf treated. 
Tbe aiokend ibe afffioted snnnld not fait to call 
open bin. Tb* Doctor baa traverad ezteBsiTeli 
m b. u rope, and lospeoted tborongbl; tbe various 
bospltala tbera, obtaioiDit a trreat deal of vaiaable 
tcformation, wbiob beta oompetantto impart to 
tbose in need of bla service*. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no obarse unlet* be elTeots a care. Addreis 
DH. J. F. GIBBON, Hoi ISftT, ban Fraocltco. 
nolW. 



TOTHE LOVERS of SONG 

ASIA SOCIAL WJ«IMK.\T, 

Hivlnt m a 'ia tnltabl* alterations for ooBdnotlug 
allrai-cIassFRilK AND fcASV at Ibe 



R. MENDEZ, 

I ■© Geary streei 

H-I3X> LlOiV, 

FBRKANII XXHY ever, 
Satoidv* evening af 8 o'clook. 
Beat wi O0B »^,d Liqaora. Th» 
"O il b^ort,'" wilt alwavs b* oa 
bat.0 to muet hia frlenas, 

jnl. 




319 BUSH STREET, 

A LH AM BRA HOUSE. 

'IiHIS HOOBK. BEING OKNTRALLY ^ 
X looated, near alt tbe prinoipnl Hoteh, ■fo 
Reataarunt' and plaaes of Afnasument, [J 
Stranger* can fled good, comfortablarpiaa*- J *^ , » 
nt and elegant rooms at reaaonable price*. 
- ■ cotf-tf 



DR. 0. O. O'DQNNJiLL, Offlo* and Ra-idsna 
BIB Kearny, near Jaoksoo, op italr*. Grad- 
UAMof Darttaoatb Ooilage. and late Sorgaoa la 
tbaU. s. Aritiy. Treats office patient* for a (sot 



FOR. SALE. 

J^ MFW 7K OOTAVK 

PIANOlfm 



SOLD at a. BAHGAI1V, 

On Aooonnt of departure from tbe State, 
Call, or Addr**a 

"FIGARO" OFFICE, 
•5332 IVIoroliaiit St. 

mal3-tf 




CLAY-STREE7 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

83U Clttj- Street, CO!-- 

• tucLluD. 

Tbls la tbe mm t, elBpant 
and commodious HidltK 
Aoadein; In tbe or.y ; OufTi 
dAr and ovoniBg. Partie- 
ular attenuon paid ,ti, 
nnere. ja27-«m 

A. MABSUALL. Proprietor. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Prlntins for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATKS, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



DR. WILLIAM S. DAVIS S G A. CASE, 
DBKTTieTSi 



•a UoDtgomer; Street, 
Opp. Lick Honse. 
Deotiatry in all its branch«a,*^t reasonable Tates. 



QHARING 



606 MISSION 



4* 



JALOON, 



NIAR SECOND. 



We Inleuii rnnning It aa of yern— S^ulabilli j »1- 
wayaonr motto, Polneneaa aod Fair Dealing onr 
ml*. Grand op-ning 8alnrd»« May 30tO, 1874. Free 
and Sasr avary Batarday duriuR tbe acaioo. Our 
old patrons and the pobllc *a gun.ral arecordial-y 
Irvit-d. Mbalr uk*c \>t oar old UtaaUman MR. 

F. PUlLLIPoat.8olook-lN.nl. ' m * 

KAOLIN «* VI'IIaII. 



California Ahead of the World 

IN...... .tCI 

WOOLEfL GOODS. 

THE UNDERttlGNED is IN RECEIPT OF 
Blankets, Flannel*, Horae-Blsokating, etc. 
dfreot from tb* Mllie. and wilt sell Id Iota to solt 
Depot, C)8 New Montgomery atraat: 
no'iS-8m ©K(l M. MAIN, Agent. 



1VITJ8IO T-^TTCS-ECT. 



iwl 



INSTRUCTION ON THE PIANO,' 
Guitar, Aocordeon, Water aod Oil.,. . 
Painting at prloas to suit olrouttkatanoaa. 5*H)% 
i.eavaoworth, between Geary aad rfFajrall BU., 
Lbroocb as arcb, brat boot*: pupill without in 
at rameuU can praotlee bare ; leuona At rasidenoe 
if desired. JtS-tt 



COal ! Coal i 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 

COAL DEALERS. 

Ogflcoa t Wholeaale, llnikheml. 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 4 1 3 and 4 I S Pacific St., 

Above SflDflomo. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

NKWrOHT COOH BAT tOAl. CO., 

And DeaUrB la all Descriptions ol 

^Foireierii and Domestic 
"J COAL and PIG IRON. 



$300,000 00 

TO LOAN! 

AT REDTJOED RATES, ON MINING STOOES, 
R.al Katato, BuMoeaa Paper aod other Col- 
laterals. 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

QUO MonlB"">*ry Street. 
mjS-lf • aT 



MILITARY GOODS 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAL 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. 18 Hantgoniery Avrune, S. F. 
hHtf T. TtODOKWH .TOHNSQN 



P. O. BOX 1««9, 



^REX>. KA.TZ, 

BEEF ANDPORKv 

BUTCHER, 

Stalls 04 to IOO Gala. Market. 
b*t- Tb • meat popolar Fam ily itaad La 
OUtrOB 




1VO TI CB. 

Gray's Music Stores, 

698, 625 CLAY STREET. 

FN OHDER TO ACOO'mmODATE THB PUBLIC 
I and tbe musical profesiioa. GKaY'S MU8I0 
»tores will hareaf'er close at 8 P. M. instead of 8 
P. M a- f rm»rlv. ro»lf*-lm 



CANDIES ! CANDIES ! 

3VT. J&.. MBHCHIl 

Maonfaotares every deeonptioo of 
CAIMDIE8, Wlioleeule and KetaU. 
518 K-arui St.. between Sacramento and Cali- 
fornia and IS? Second • treat, between 
. , , Atmna and Hatoma. ool-lm 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

AX.LY KHOWJf AS "LrT- 

TbTl Jnvenlls aotreea, with tba 
LoodoB Btar Oomparur. l*at beard el >m tbe Bast 
Indlaa, ta impiorad u> wnte to bar mother to Bfta 
Fraooiaoo. California. Tbea'rioal Jenmaaaara ra- 
0>«tad to make * not* of Uw. ]aI3-U 



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PIG A. 



_B JOUB KAL OF AMJ SBMK-rTB. 
rtbUsned BTftrj l>ay ie the Year by 

BaIsw Mo_Wo_err. San Francse*. 



rHTTRSDA _ JULY 2, 



1874 



W_ole-So_led Men. 

TIib following appsarsi- a morciog con- 
temporary : 

A complimentary dioDer is to be given to 
Hon. B. P. Avery, United S'atea Mi o later to 
China, at the Grand Hotel, July 8th. 

Tee Danes of tbe gentleman who are get. 
ting np this banquet, are not published, but 
we think everyone will guesa who are at ihs 
head and front of it Of course tbis is a 
well-deserved compliment paid by Messrs . 
PicSfring and Fitch of tbe Evening Bollr- 
fin, (o one who did so much U advance the 
interest of their papers. No city in ths 
world can beast of sach newsfaper propri- 
etors as those of Sin Francisco— no city 
would boss', of them. 



Isn't There Some mistake. 

That very fuooy man who is engage* to 
write, collate and "convey" ra .graphs for 
tha Brevity column of the Alt* haa the fol- 
lowing in this morning's iasae: 

Thtre was a painful ramor on the s'reet 
yesterday, that a man tad attacked the edi- 
tor of Figabo add made three no a access fa I 
atrempts to "chuck a head on hira." The 
rumor was chased up and found to be pre- 
mature. Tbe man who had expressed the 
desire to perform fh* act was discovered, 
but be had "weakened" after contemplating 
the chances of miesing against those of hit- 
ting so diminutive a target. 

We think there must be some mistake 
here. Won't some one tell that poor Brevity 
man before be ram into danger? 

*• — ■ ■ — 

Cental Mr. Tilton. 

In an interview between a reporter of the 
Brooklyn Eagle and Theodore Tilton is rep- 
resented as saying tint the letter which has 
caused snch a sensation : "Was written and 
sent to bim by Beecber, end tbat be had 
only printed a portion of it, because the re- 
mainder tore more heavily on Beecher than 
the portion quoted." The conduct of Mr. 
Tilton, in this Instance, reminds ns of tbat 
of the kind-hearted man who, wishing to 
cut off four inches of his dog's tail, cnt off 
half an inch at a time in order to make it 
easier for him. 



Comforting. 

The young and handsome wife of a Sa- 
linas valley farmer recently visited San 
Fr&ucifco to do a little shoppiog, ran short 
of coin ; wrote to husband for a round sum; 
got it, al-o got a letter advising her to "go 
slow," dry season, poor crops, etc. The 
lady in reply wrote : "Never mind, hubby; 
we will have good crops next year ; I have 
bought a waterfall Urge enough to irrigate 
the entire ranch." 



A Warning. 

A Kansas boy earned a Bible by commit- 
' ting three hundred Bible verses to memory. 
Then he went and traded his Bible for a 
shot-gun and accidentally peppered tbe leg 
of his Sunday-school teacher. This is ei the r 
a warning to boys not to commit Bible ver- 
ses to memory, or toSunday-sohocl teachars 
not to teach them. We don't know which is 

right. 

♦■ 

Poor Brat* I 

"For twenty long years," says ■ New Jer- 
sey paper, "tbe wolf stood at this poor wid 
ow's door." To keep a wolf standing that 
long is nothing less than cruelty to animals, 
and the attention of Ber_h is called to the 
circa men ncs. 



Or. X>o._ea**y 

Has devoted tils study more paraomlarly to 
ehxonlo and specific practice, and as enoh Is 
now the most enoccB&fnl of any Physician in 
Ban Franc'Boo. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of LeidesdorH, t tew doors Delow What 
Oheer Houf- , * 

IfTon 

Feel the need of photphorus (nerve feofl), take 
a coorssof sea-wat r baths at' the Sanitarium 
foot of Powell et e*t, North Beach. Exclusive 
department and lady attendant for ladies. Fire 
tickets for $1. _____^ 6<J 

A. Plea«*nt Liocttion. 

Persons deetrlne comfortable lodgings in • 
Central location. sboalA visit the Alhambxa, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let then 
The building la a v«n fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. 



Special to Liftdlea. 

for dressmaking fc all its branches and tbe 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at S10 
Post street. Terms reasonable. S-to 






Dental WerU. 

Fob ram quaun orwoam, go to T. 0. Jee- 
sxrp. dsnjttt, cor, Sutter and Montgomery, over 
Tsosar's. 8-o 



Them's Noggins. 

The La Porte, Ino"., correspondent of the 
Chicago Inter-OceaD, tills haw no license 
works in that place: "Them's noggin*. " 
said my guide. "We doesn't call 'em drinks 
any more;"*Ialot popular.'*' 

"And what are tbe caBtereens?" I a?ked- 

"Oh, them little friltrB in the vMm wo 
call cistereent; bnt you can just as well call 
'em all noggins, and done witb it." 

"It*sag(Od time for bottles," aaid Wil- 
cox. "I've sold over 200 of these two- 
oonce v.als since yesterday morning, and 
have bad to oider several oases more." 

"How's IhiB thing going to work?" said I. 

(If 1 were to give you all the answers I 
got in five miDUtes to this question it would 
fill two of your wideBt columas.) 

"Work!" exolaimed a thin man with a 
struggling moustache an3 a falsetto veic;. 
"She won't work at all." 

"YeB, she will," chimed in a second, rest- 
ing bis elbows on a enow-ciss and gazing 
longingly at a row of flcsteiter'a bitters 
that adorned the top shelf on the opposite 
tide. "Yes, ehs will. At least tLat's my 
opinion." 

"I think it will cause more drinking than 
ever fur awhile," spoke up a gentleman who 
was evidently a little pozzled over the ques- 
tion: "but after awhile, wben tbe boys get 
over their mad fit and cool down a little, 
they'll hardly go into the alley to drink, and 
the losfing-places beiug closed or having 
lost their chief attraction, there'll be a gr©at 
falling-off." 

"But won't they everlastingly get drunk 
in their rooms"' said a healthy End cheer. 
ful-looking young man, blinking hie eyes 
and looking happy at tbe prospect. 

"O, no; I guess not!" 

This brought an ancient patriarch to his 
feet, who deliberately closed hiB right eye 
and waved the index finger of his left bsnd 
in a solemn manner, while he thus express- 
ed himself: 

"I tell ye, gen'le-mun, Bbe won't work. 
She wen't work a-tall. 'Taint nat'ral. 
Some men's stumickB long fur B-s-Btim'- 
lnots. Tbey don't get drunk. They'd scorn 
it. But tbey don't relish their victuals, and 
their d'gestion is as lazy as a fourteen-year- 
old boy hoein' corn for twenty cents a day, 
and boardin' bisaelf. Licker Btirs 'em up. 
It's like let tin' the warm sun onto a cold 
kitten. In five minutes they're as playful 
and frolicky as a wriggler in a rain barrel, 
Look at me I I'm ss Btopid as laudanum, 
and all for the want of my reg'lax horn;" 
and he Bighed and looked inexpressibly 
melancholy. 

"Why don't yon try a castareen ?" asked 
one. 

"CaBtareen nothing," responded the other, 
contemptuously. "I takeB my bitters re- 
respectable, or I don't take 'em a-tall;" and 
with this he went out of the store with a 
lonesome expression which Baggested emi- 
gration or Buicide. 

The Libretto. 

A gentleman, recently from abroad and a 
lover of church mnsio, inquired of the olerk 
of the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, on 
his first Sunday morning, where he could 
hear the best charch music. Ho was re- 
commended to Churcb, where tta 

fugues and things were of the highest- 
Thither be went, and was shown into a pew 
in which a lady Bat. At tbe commencement 
of the first chant, madam, with the usual 
politeness of American ladies, banded the 
stranger a prayer-book, pointing to tbe 
chant. It was politely received, but soon 
closed. At the second chant, madam re- 
peated the offer, when, turninglo herwith a 
polite bow, the gentleman said, "Thank 
yon, but I seldom use the libretto." 

Tbe Yoang _Lsts> from tbe East. 
** I'm a stranger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oystera ; 
Where can I get a feast f 
I've been to ail the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I fled, 
A plate »f Eaetern oysters. 
Of tbe old-faehkmed kind." 

••"Well, I can tell yon," aaid his friend , ; 
" "Exactly where to go, 
And where to get soor oysters. 
Direct from where they prow. 
Just take a stroll down PLSE STREET, 
At 119. opposite tbe Market, 
You'll see a sign, 'THE SADDLE BOOS, 
Tou can't fall to remark It. 

* Emerson Oorville keeps the place, 

The beat ealoon in town. 

There you can get your oysters raw, 

Or fried bo crisp and brown. 

He's the largest oyster dealer 

On the Pacific Coast, 

And tbat he KeepB the freshest 

Has ever been bis boast. 

• He's got nice little private rooms* 
Where yon can sit at ease. 
And eat your California stew. 
Or Eastern if yon please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
x-ight to the BAD&LE ROOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenlah hock," 



A Literary Laundress. 

A bashful journalistic reporter on the 
staff or a well known Parisian journal is 
famed for hia dislike of the traditional note 
book of his race, aad baa hit npon a method 
of taking hiB professional lo es uaotsei ved 
by those surrounding him. He wears large 
while linen onffs to bis shirt, and noncha- 
lantly jots his impressions on thote with tbe 
most microscopic of pencils. At first his 
laundress was greatly pozzled with the bier. 
oglyphically inscribed manehettes of her 
olient, but after a while learned the mean- 
ing of the signs, and thus gathered the news 
of the weak while pursuing her avo:ation. 
One day she astonished M. X. by remark- 

j, "Yoor last washing was very interest- 
ing, oDly you didn't give us enough political 

news." 

A Scientist's Troubles. 

The misfortunes of a acientist are tboB de- 
tailed by the St. Louis Globe: "Professor— 
of. course— Newmarsb, of New Orleans, was 
selling a patent kero;ine lectifier, by using 
which the moBt non-explosive fluid was ren- 
dered perfectly safe, wben his Bample arti- 
cle interrupted his laudatory remarks by 
exploding, burning off his hiir and most of 
his epidermis, and generally reducing bim 
to tbe condition of a dog who has tried 
vainly to steal a beefsteak out of a kitchen 
on washing-day. As Boon as he recovers he 
will take the stump and expose humbugs." 



PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 

Corner of New Mod _ot_ery and 
JAIaalun attveetB, 

TO _____*. 

BY THE DAT, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT SEASONABLE RATES, FOB 

Circuses, Acrobats, Lectures 
or Meetings, 

This Magnificent Building has fifatiog Accom- 
modation lor 

3,000 PERSONS. 

For particulars apply to 

8HEBIDA5. COBB1K <_ CO , 
•OS Moaljomerj Street, 

je23 Boon 9. 



Ma. L. Jj__rw_e, No, 3*0 Kearny street, 
Hew and Second- Hand dotting, of ail descrip- 
tions, b ought and sold. Etore closed on Set- 
unlay nntfl 6 P.M. J 



OUR BROADWAY. 

ITS PitESENT AND FUTURE. 

[ From Ou San Franetaoo Bulletin, Saturday, April 
aft, 1674] 

Daring the latt few years the great marsh of 
improvement bai centered on Market Street. The 
Grand Hotel, the elegant building constituting 
the "Nucleus," Bancroft's magnificent structure, 
and many others is the fmmednfce vicinity, tave 
given a marvelons impatae *o tbe growca and 
prosperity of tbat ra rt of th* itr. 

Tbe Palaoe Hotel, w'th _aop other projected 
improvements, all point with nuerring oertainty 
where the great tide of trade will hereafter flow, 
Numerous wholesalers nod alerga Dumber of re- 
tail merchants baveaeleoUd Market street as tbe 
basis at their trade, believing it to be the main 
artery of San Francis oo. To obtain a gosd front- 
age ota this thoroughfare aeens now impossible, as 
nearly every stoic, whether modern or old .fash- 
ioned, baa a rash of applicants. Mr. P. Beamish 
having thoroughly studied this qa.eat.on of looa- 
tioo, some years ago aeoared one of the elegant 
stores under tha Nucleus, and be haa recently 
rented the one ad joining, thereby giving hie prem- 
ises a fro stage of 23 feet on Market street by IB 
feet on Third, or, we might -State, almost the en- 
tire ground floor of the Naeieus Hotel. We had 
the pleaanre yesterday of examining his varied 
and er tensive s toe t, consisting of the most com- 
plete and well selected line of gentlemen's Far. 
ntsblng GoOde to be fomad in this market. We 
also examined a very large and fine assort me at of 
Clothing, both of foreign and domestic material, 
embiooiog every fashion and style suitable for the 
present seaaon. 

Mr. Beamish has never carried an inferior line 
of goods since he has been in business, and his 
acooenaea merchant is owing entirely to the fact 
tbat he treats his customers fairly; consequently 
they renew their patronage. In some of ear 
storee, a bayer of clothing or underwear receives 
tbe same treatment at tbe hands of a certain class 
of shopkeepers, as unsophisticated countrymen 
daily experience on Obathsm street, New York:. 
This mode of flaecing the public by guaranteeing 
domestio goods for genuine Scotch tweeds or 
west England cloths, haa aroused the just indig- 
nation of our honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish is foremost in the raoka to lead 
publio opinion, and has ever made it hie study to 
carry out bis representations. Bo strictly is every- 
thing conducted io his establishment, that the 
merest novice can implioitly rely upon receiving a 
jast return for his expenditure. No second price 
is taken on pnrobases. whioh indicate a high 
sense of bnaineas honor. Hie entire stock, from 
the ttne;t beaver or cassimere to a handkerchief or 
a package of hoee, is sold at a fair living pri' 
and an offer under that rate —respectfully but 
emphatically declined. T_ie one price system ia 
the ouly standard of oramerciil honor. We 
know each ethics rarely find aooeptancej with a 
certain class of business man In San Frauclaco and 
other large cities, bnt st: II they that strictly ad- 
here to them invariably aucoeed, while tbe others 
enjoy bnt a modiolum of patronage. We believe 
tbat the mercantile classes of tbis country will 
soon be aroused to the necessity of uniformity of 
pricea, and admit the correctness of ibe doctrine 
merely asabnsineeaeipedienoy.if not prompted by 
a higher motive. It was notour Intention when 
we commenced to write this article to assume the 
attitude of a moralist, but we think a word in 
son may operate beneficially on q.uite a number of 
our Bhookeepere ead raise their notions of correct 
dealing to a higher standard. We would, there 
fore, cheerfully recommend all bur friends and 
readers to call upon Mr. Beamish and inspect hia 
fine and matohless stock of Furnishing Goods and 
Olothiog, and we feel persuaded tbat the correct- 
nasi of our advice will be felly indorsed by their 
experience. 



TO LET. 

_*___f\- 

OPERA HOUSE, 

By the Night or Week. 
Apply at the Box Office 

OP 

MAGUIRE'S NEW THEATRE. 

).!2 



LEAGUE (^FREEDOM 

THIS SOCIETY WAS 0RG-NIZ8D LAST 
Tuesday Jnns 16th, by delegates of the 
"Grocers' TJntou Traces Union" acd "Personal 
Liberty League-" The objsct of the organization 
is mutual protection sgaioet any infringement 
np on personal rights. Its principal object now ia 
to work sgainet Local Option. At a meeting held: 
last evening the League of Freedom adopted a 
Code of Laws . To-dry proper agents will canvass 
the city for members— they are empowered to col- 
lect one dollar initiation fee and issuB Oertiuoatea 
of Membership. OtrUfloiteBof Membership may 
else be obtained at the office of the League, No. 
622 Clay street. Room 9, from 9 A _. to 4 P _. 
By order of Committee. 

JULIUS BTJHLERT, Secretary'. 
je20-3t 



177G. 



1874. 





FOURTH OF JULY 

SPECIAL rrOTIOK-ALL ASSOOIATIOH8, , 
Independent Military Oompaoiee.and private I 
individuals, who Intend participating in the ap- 
proaching celebration, and who have not yet sig- 
nified their intention to do so, are requested to 
notify the Grand Marshal immediately, eo tha* I 
tbey cau be assigned proper positions In the lice. 
DANIEL NORCROSS, Grand MarshaL 
joli-tf 



FOURTH OF JULY! 



Headqcahtehb Executive Committee,* 
60S Clay aireet, ntar Montgomery, > 

THE COMMITTEE ON INVITATIONS AE.B 
now sending out iovititioae to the numerous 1 
Orders, Societies, OtganizattorB, eto.» In this city 
AND CITY OF OAKLAND, te Join in tbe Pro- 
cession on the approaching Aonlversary of our 
National Independence. Fearing, however, that 
some may ba inadvertently overlooked and tha 
perhaps tbere may be thereby engendered a feel- 
ing that an aot of injustice bad been committed 
tbe Committee desires tbua publicly to extend a 1 
cordial and heartfelt Invitation to all organized' 
bodies in the city, asd in the CITY OF OAK- 
LAND, to take part in the celebration of r-beNa-, 
lion's Birthday. A splendid procession is already 
assured. Let all join it io the spirit in which tbis 
invitation is tendered, and it will be a triumph 
surpassing all former celebrations of the day la * 
this eity. An early response is especially request- 
ed, ao tbat the Grand Marshal may be able to a 
sign tbe bodies accepting, t heir appropriate pos * 
tione in tbe line. 

It is proposed to organize a company of "AN 
TIQUE AND HORRtEL.ES," to take part in the 
Prece=eian. All desiring to join will please com- 
municate wi'.h tbe Chairman -of the Invltatl 
Committee. 

By order of the Committee on Invitations. 

O. F. VON RHE1N, Chairman. 

San Francieoa. June 16 1874. je-l9. 



X>_. Aborn. 

Oculist, Aorlet, Catarrh, throat and lung 
physician, U8 Geary at, shore Stockton. Office 
boars "1 1-2 A.— . toSr. _., 6 to 7 p. _. 3_ 



Wnaalng Returned In One Day 
Asd we never disappoint, at the What 

Laundry. Ho Chinamen employed. 



Dmor tjb ass sxs T ens— aasi Gax_ — t 
She Opera Homse Bar, adjoining the Opera 
_onse. Fine Wines, Liquors and <_ga». S V. 

Fes I—jar— ro's B_l_d D_asw_o— best sn_ 
eheaptct in town— at Oyster Home 672 Howard 



Oo Not 6* uirer from corns. 
The __arrnnate raflarere from Corns, Et_. 
eos, Olnb and Ingrowing Nails, can And instant 
relief by applying at Dr. R. H. Oowan'l Insti. 
rate, no _eirny street, from 1 to 6 ? jc We 
~«e_ from experience, having tested the Doe- 
<er*B capability. References given lfreqt_rs_. a 



Free and. E_«y. 

A Vocal and Instrumental Concert will be 
given every Wednesday and Saturday evening, 
at 663 Market street, opposite Kearny. The best 
of talent will De pretest. Every bo dy If Invited 
to attend and wlU receive good cheer tad cor. 
Hal treatment, ip 



McDowell, Show 0»r_ 'Wz-tsa* 
Beady tsade and _,,_ t to order. Boom 10 



From oee tooth to a roll upper set. from $5 
to $20. Filling reasonable. By Dr. CroweU, D, 
D. B.. So, 80 Kearny t treat, near Mar teu 2-j 



Blankets ana Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What 
Cheer Laundry. 



ffhat Oneer l_s._rj._ry 
Is the b s -t Laundry In Ban Francisco 



-v Tiat Cheer Liaundrv, 
121 Leidesdorff ttreet, near Saorsmento. 



New Famiehine Goods. 
ChesTt, at tbe What Obeer Lanodry. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



£_0 ^00 Wautsd a party to invent the above 
U»(Jvv, amount, it will pay a return ol from 
|>i0 WO 10 S„,C0j in one year, tbe beat payioc ba-i- 
□esa In 8ao tTraneisoo- For particulars anp'y to 
S. Oorbvn A Co., Agents fc 6 Montgomery sUaet, 
Boom 9, Eau Franoisco. je29-tf. 



JOHN MoCARRON, 

HORSESHOEK and FARRIER 

JIOTHIBD STREET, CORN HE PEBBY' 
__U> Warrant* to «— ra interfering or Over- 
reachi-g- Corns and Braises will receive proaap 
attention. 
a— - Satisfaction given in all oases. 



CANDIES. 

J_f__I GAJTD1 

Faoaory^da-y. Al 
i_try . ar * solicited 



-made at our Steam Candy 

ordara, aapaoially from tbe __a_y, 
md will be promptly attended to. 



OANTY A WAGJTKS. 
1<»7 Uoauromary rt- aas-BstMf 



uMLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR ac CO., 
Bill and Card Distributors 

FOB OAKIAKD and VICINIT V. 

7111 f.ithf oily nuke distribution! of 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And STfllr dMoription ot 

Printed Matter 

At moat Seasonable rates. 
TAYLOR 6i CO. DISTRIBUTE 

" FIGrABLO w 

In Oakh wA every day, and are %o be lelied npon. 



THE OLD 

HOt SCOtC-, 

No. 5 (formerly t 5) Hnrtoa »tr«et. 
M IMan from Kearny, 

AJ1 Esrinks Ten Cent* 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AMD JERRY IN TOWN. 



Always od file— tbe Now York Herald, Harpy's 
Wetfclr, Frank Leslie's, Day's Domes, Polios Ga- 
zette, alt tbe California papers, al-o tbe London 
Punob, Bell's Life. Ulaitrated London N e we. Call 
and lattsfy yourself. — 

■9- Don 't forget tbe sign of tbe Hot Scotch. 

Jel3-tf W. 8. WALDBON. Proprietor. 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




1776. 



1874. 



FOURTH OF JULY! 



Headquarters K— ecatlve Commltieei 
lto. ffO_ Clay Street. 

THE FOLLOWING NAMED GENTLEMEN 
bare been appointed Collectors by tbe Fi- 
nance Committee, and are duly autborized to re- 
ceive subscriptions in aid of tbe Otis bration / 
Others will bs appointed and announced in a test 
days : 

H.Z. WHEELER, stlarge ; 
L J. TRUMAN and B AS. M. LB ABY, Front it ■ 
B. T. ANTHONY.E-oremento street, 
B.F. BON HER, California Market; 
STEPHEN fiABK-B, at the Mission ; 
S._.K_Nr,etlarge, 
J. 0. PALMER, at large; 
DANIEL NOB( BOSS, at large; 
IB A P. RANKIN. Foundries, eto. 
B.J. SHAY. ALEX.. GaULT,Ksarnyttreet,tro_ 

Market to Jaekson ; 

J. P. OOCHB&N and W. F. BABBISOn, hotels 

HENRY SOHUlDTaod H. VON TENtEIELD 

Washington street aad parallel streets corth 

SAMUEL D. BAK.EB, Second, Third and Four ti 

street. 

By order of the Csmm ttee. 
je_-!t . O. GDIBRY. Secretary. 



FOURTH OP JULY, 



Antique & Horribles 



HE EXKOUTIVE COMMITTEE HAS TO 
ted tbat a Firet Prize of 



T : 

One Hundred Dollars in Goli 

Shall bs awarded to tbe best sustained oharaote 
appearing- tn the "Antique and Horribles" in to 
precession on tbe Fourth of July. 

Otber pnzse, to be hereafter annonnced, will t 
awarded to tbe eeoond aod third beat cbarastert 

All desiring to join tbe company will please n 
port to O. F. VON BBEIN. 

Obair-an of tha Invitation Committee. 

W. 0. GU1BEY. Secretary. j2fc 



SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



TAXES. 

[M ACCOBBJJtCB'WIT— THIPBO. 

vision, of an Act levylne a tax for Stole 
pnrp»«e«, approved Ma\reh »8, 1874, 
tha Auditor of the City sod Coonty ot 
Sao Froaclaco haa delivered to the on. 
deralceed doplleiate ojoeaaaaeot hooka far 
the flaeal yeara Mil M aad 1878-7*. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 

That Taxea eatered ou aaid hoaka aire 
saw dae aad payable aad will become 
dellBoaeat aa the Brat atoaday of J oly, 
l»7d, aad that aaleaa raid prior thereto 

iwoTTjm rm_ cm iru— 

BE Ann »• the aataaat thereof. 
A. ACTTDI, Tax Oalleetar 
ritj aad Cooaly of Saa FroacUea. 
BV_d 



MUSIC. 



T EADBBS OF BANDS, AND OTHBB MI 
siciaws wishing to offer their serylcea for tt 
Foorth of July Oelebratioo, are reqaaated to con 
municate with the undersigned, as above, wit_oi 
delay. 

OAPT. J. TUTTLB. 
jeis-tf Ohairmaa Mono Committee. 



(TBADB MARK.) 




CATARR. 



_____*___ id _r 

IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 

For (Sale Everywhere 

CRANE BRIG HAM, 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. je3- I 



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VAKLMIO OWIWK. 

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op*» to UL c ^mpe rmu» isyited. 

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FOURTH OF JULY 

...,o.~...c.. MR CHARLES FKCIITER 

Shd. O l » A A X X_* X-a ■» 

San Francisco Minstrels 

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QSL1 Foru iT.uroBMVM D 
Friday. Saturday aad Sunday Eieiiif s, 

July 3d, 4th and Bth, 

FOURTH OF JULY MATINEE 

IIHHliI, i«la«<4:ii<:r ill.i ill rroreitM'. 

New Talent and New Acta. 

Pto-A !»•♦ •! U« U«aa)iM» A to Ik «• . 

LOCAL OPTION! 

OR. THE 

OAKLAND CRUSADERS! 

Principal Character* Jerry Fanafln. Bailie 
Smart and Flopp ng PiUi. 



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Mt.e SYDNEY COWELL. 

Mr. CEORCE CIDOENS, 

Mr JOHN HOWSON. 
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LOYE'S PENANCE! 



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CHARLES FECHTER 



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JOHN WIIKrB 

Miss LIZZIE PURE 

MRS. FRAffK" REA 

Mitt MARY WEI.IA) 

RILL1E DEAYE. 



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THE WOMArl 

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ACT II PAKM OM TUB EMELAEI IITATE 

ACT III OLAEA'I flElpKOOM. 



FBIDAT, JULT 9, H»T MQBT AND 



Farewell Benefit of Obas. Feebler. 

THES JLeAjOTsT <Z>jF* X^TTOTsiTS. 



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Miss JEFFREYS LEWIS. Miss KATE BROWNING. 

Fourth of July Matinee and Evening, 

CREAT HOLIDAY BILL, BY THE ENTIRE STAR COMPANY. 

" MARRIED LIFE" and "THE BONNIE FISHWIFE." 



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Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. 



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....FCR HER.... 



FAREWELL APPEARANCE 

Will rtylow the now more than ever notorioun 

BEECHER-TILTON IMBROCLIO 

By thp delivery of ID Orttlon, estllled 

"The Naked Truth/' 

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PLATT'S NEW MUSIC HALL, 

....OH.... 

Friday Evening, July 3, 1874, 

Att.SO P. M, Door. opt. tt 7:N. 

ADMISSION v 50 Cent. 

BESIBVED BBAT8 *1 00 

CAM BE SEODBED AT 

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LU QUE'S 

Spanish Dramatic Comp'y 



Sunday Evening, July 5, 1874 



Tha Grind 6 act Drama of 



The LIBERATOR of NAPLES 

Beppectfolly dedlotted ti Bepnblletn Itllluf. 

tt pltyed lo Mtdrld, Bp.lu, for over 

Out Hondrid NlgLti. 

LAURA SBA. TBANOISOA 

MABIA f BRA. PERNANDB- 

MASANIBLLO SI JULIO LUQU1C 

OATANKO SR. MABIBO LUQUB 

OAFIARO SB. ALPoVaO 

OOHDE CONVERSANO SR. rKBKANDHZ 

GBKARO SB. RDIZ 

ARPALLA SR. BWHIQUH 

BARBARIDA SB. LOYAL 

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To eooclude with A 

POPULAB AFTERPIECE, 



If. B.-Tbt Tbr.tr. btlo( tnEWtd for SUNDAY, Jalr 11th. 
THE IEXT PIErOBHAFCI ET 

Luque's Spanish Oramatic Company 

....WILL Bit ON.... 

Sunday. Julyio 



PB1CC* AF ABMrMIOV. 

Draa Olrala and Orobaslra , $1 CO 

Mm Extra oban* for Baisrrsd Siats. 

Bllooaj M cants | OsJIary M moU 

Box Ufln opta from 9 A. H to 4 o'alock P. M„ m t.Bdai. 



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THURSDAY WhY 2 ' 



1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc* 

Hafraire's New Theatre. 

Fecbter will appaar this avonlng in '* Lrvs's 
P«awe«"fortb»lMttInie. To-morrow eighths 
■nil lake Ms bsnsfl. and present hie e«at impsr- 
tonfttlon of Olaode MelnotU, In •* The Ledy of 
Ljoal" There will be * grand Fourth of July 
matinee, when "Married Life" and 'Tht Bonnie 
Fiebwife" will conilltnte the bill. 
California. Theatre. 

"Our American Ooaeln" with Mr. Sotbern ai 
Lord Dnndreerjr.wil.be performed this erecio*, 
and alio at the Fourth of July matinee. 
Opera House. 

Thii *Ten -a*, Madame Daret, an aotreis 
-whose menu are acknowledged by all, will be the 
recipient of a benefit at thl* bouse. The enter- 
tainment will commence with a new comedy in 
three acta entitled "Ihe Ooming Woman or the 
Ornsaders" adapted and localised tor the oco&aion 
b»G B. Deaimdre. Geo. D. OhapUn will play 
the character of Tom Oarbsny, a yonag gentle- 
man of theold school, M .dame Daret will appear 
ai Mrs. Barbara Ealger, Champion Ornsadsr and 
Alienor of Ban Fiaatiteo Obnntr, on the marry 
and irake. and Mre. Obartea Edmonds, MIbb Car- 
rie Lipale, Miaa Fanny Toang, and btherB ere in 
the cast. Tbia will be followed by a concert by 
theMiBsea Alberliae and Noko MoOabe. Alfred 
Wilkie. Madame Anna Bishop, Harry Oonrtaln 
end Earn Booth. The evenicg's entertainment 
will terminate with the bnrleeque of "Morma" in 
whioh Geo. D. Ohaplin will appoaras the Drnid 
prieites., and ftliia Albertlne Mt-Cabe ai Adelgiaa. 

Plftit'» Hall. 

Victoria O. Woodbali who haa got into .much 
trouble by telling the truth, bot seems determined 
to perai.t in doing so, will deliver her final leotnre 
at the above named hall, on Friday evening. July 
3d. The title of the leotnre will be "Ibe Naked 
Truth." and Mrs. Woodholl will apeak from her 
pereooai knowledge of the acta of Henry Ward 
Beeoher. whioh are at present caieing so mooh 
tvlk. 
The Royal Marionettes. 

The wonderful troupe of MarlonetteB from St. 
JameB' Hall aid the Crystal Palaoe, of which we 
have given several notijBS while it was on exhibi- 
tion in the EiBt, will oommeaoe an engagement at 
Platt'e Hsll.oo Monday evening. The tronpe ia a 
vary large one. and every member of it is of un- 
blemished character. The entertainment le spoken 
Of by all who have witnessed it ae the perfection 
of mimic art. The box office will be open at the 

Hail on Friday. 

Spanish Performance. 

— . . Loom's Spanish Diamaii j Company will give an 

extra performance at this theatre on Sunday 
-night. The graad five ant drama of "Masanlello. 
or the Liberator of Naples" will be played on thig 
occasion. 
Opera House. 
The San Francisco Minstrels will open hereon 



J 



F ridaynijht, in abig bill, whioh includes eeveral 
new features. One will be a Looal Option piece 
in which Sally Smart and other Oakland Crusad- 
ers will appear. The celebrated Japanese Dwarf. 
only 13 inches bigb, will also appear. The Min- 
strels will give a matinee OJ^the Fourth, immedi- 
-ntely alter the procession passes through Kearny 
Street. On Sunday evening the much talked of 
Challenge Danoes for the Championship and 
Silver Medals will come off. 
Bella Union Theatre. 

Jamas A. Berne in "Handy Andy," Osl. Maode- 
ville in leasation songs, Miss Alice Rosa in serio- 
oomic songs, and many other attractive perform- 
ances ate presented at this house. 
Buckley's New Variety Theatre. 

Johnny Tuers, Ned Buoklay, Miss Ida May, Miss 
Carrie 'WilUa, and host of other favorite artista 
appear here nightly In a crest bill. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

The Holtum Cannon Aot, catching a eolid ball 
fired from a monntain howitzer, will be performed 
(Saturday and Sunday. The illuminated balloon 
asoeot Satniday evening. 

AHiTOMicAi- MobivrjK.— One of the most 

•omplen oolleotions of the land In the United 
Etatei. comprising hnndreds of ooatly and beau- 
tUul wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
ta'v) at the Museum on Montgomery street. Aa 
ttonr may be nrofitabl* snant hare. 



BOTH SIDES. 

A man fa aiB carriage w»b riding aloap, 

A gaily dr.sscd wife by his bide; 
In *attn ud Uen the 1 joked liked ihe q leen 

Aod he ilka a king in his pride. 
A wood aawyer ttaod on the street h they 
paiflsdl 

Tne oarrlage end ocuple he eyed; 
And Mid, aa he worked with a saw on a log, 

"I wish I was Tien -and could ride." 
The man In the carriage remarked to Mi wile 

•'One thing I weald give it I could— 
I'd giye my wealth for the strength and the 
health 

0/ the man who sawed the wood." 

A prttty young maid, with a bundle of work, 

Whose faoe, as the morning, was fair. 
Went tripping along with a smile of delight, 

While humming a love- breathing air. 
She looksd on the carriag ; the lady she eiw, 

Arrayed in apparel bo flue, 
And said in a whisper, " I wlah from my 
heart 

Those aatlns and laces were mine." 

The lady looked out on the maid with her 
work, 

Bo fair In her calloo dress, 
And said, "I'd relinquish position and wealth 

Her beauty and youth to possess." 

ThnB it is in the world, whatever our lot. 
Oar minds and our time we employ 

In longing and sighing for what we have not, 
Ungrateful for what we enjoy. 



Woman's Rights. 

The followiBg .ura, tha opening sentences 
of an address on tbia subject by Mrs. 
Mose Skinner: ~ r<C J^.*=aCXi < 

Miss President, feller wimmin, and male 
trash generally: lam here to-day for tha 
pnrpoBe ol discussing woman's rights, re- 
enssiog her wrongs and ousaing the men. 

I believe sexes were created perfectly 
equal, with the women a little more equal 
than the men. 

I also believe tbat ihe world would to-day 
be hsppi.r if man Lad never existed. 

As a success, man is a failure, and I bless 
my stirs my mother was a woman. [Ap- 
plause.] 

I not only maintain their principles but 
maintain a shiftless husband besides. 

They say man was created first— Well, 
'spose he was. Ain't first experiments al- 
ways failures? *. 

If I was a betting man, I would bet $2:50 
tbey are. , 1(ij: 

The only decent thing about him was a 
rib, and that went to make something bet- 
ter. [Applause.] 

And then they throw into our faces about 
taking an apple. I'll bet five dollars that 
Adam boosted her up the tree and only gave 
her the core.. _^ w ^-_ 

Aod what did he do when he was found 
out? True to his masculine instincts, he 
sneaked behind £ve'a Grecian bend ..and 
eaid, "Twan't me; 'twas her," and • women 
had to father everything and mother it, too. 

What we want is the ballot, and the bal- 
lot we're bound to have, if we have -to let 
down our baok hair and swim in a sea of 
gore. [Sensation.] 



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Manapiors 

Of Amusements, Escursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establiflbment of B. F. Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the Ban Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, In Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out in <he Bhorteet possible space of time. 
Also, Beautilul Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Bterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little In advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, in stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers axe es- 
-peolally Invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor in 1850, and haa been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-cj 



The Value of a Voice. 

There is almost always this consolation in 
store for the possessor of a singing voice, no 
matter hsw trifliog it may be: tbat a living 
may be gained by it. If you cannot be a 
Nikson or a Pratt, a Faure oc a Santley, 
you are pretty sure of being able to get a 
situation as a concert sioger, ior these ar- 
tists are of all grades of ability. It may 
seem a terrible thing that a singer should 
always aim at the grand opera and saqoeed- 
in bitting nothing higher tban the stags of 
a variety theatre; but as a practical person 
I should Bay tbat it certainly would be better 
for a voice-worker to do that tban to remain 
a needle-woman or a shop-girl-^for the sim- 
ple reason ihat a popular singer in a variety 
theatre receives an income worth that of a 
dozen needle-women or shop-girls. It may 
surprise "my rea3ers to know tint such a 
sioger receives seventy-five or a hnndred 
dollars a week; but it la true. Those who 
are recognized firet-class stars of tt at sphere 
are even paid two hundred dollars and up- 
ward; but these are men and women of 
Bpeoial talent for comedy as well as vocal- 
ism. The most ordinary singers of this class 
—mere fair-faced girls with small voices 
and smaller culture— get twenty or thirty 
dollars a week. How many needle-women 
or shop-girls get as much ? 

Between the variety theatre and the grand 
opera what a world of various opportuni- 
ties liesl And what abundance of talent has 
grown from the lower grades to the higher I 
Adelina Fatti risiug from a concert troupe, 
and Christine NilsBon from out-door sing- 
ing in the streets of the oities of her native 
land, are familiar examples of one sort ; 
Castle, the graceful tenor, aud Campbell, 
the high ba?s, rising from the stage of a 
minstrel company, are equally familiar ex- 
amples of another sort. The great point 
with singers, as with other workers, is al- 
ways to strive to do their worn well. Then 
the result will be wortby.whatever the scene. 
Parepa-PoBa employed every shade of her 
perfect art in singing "Five o'clock in the 
morning," as faithfully as she did when 
singing in an op:raoranora'orio.— Galaxy. 



RECREATION., 



Gt:e-£*:lxc3 Success 

OF THB 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 



Hnndrede Aval'lng themselves of the Great 
-Inducements Offered by the S. E. & N. P. 
B, B. Oo. to make one of the moat de- 
lightful trips in the country, which 
la through thebeaatifnl Sonoma 
aud Busaiau Blver Valleys. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN FARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

DOIAHVE, 

PITALTWA. ! 

BEALDIBIBS, 

SANTA BUSi, 

«£TIEBTItLE, 
CLOVEBDAI.E. 

GE5SEBS t 

THE S. F. AND W. P. R. B. 00„ AT THE 
rarnest.olieiutioo of its p&troae, .8 well aa 
ibe dodiio geoer.llr, hive made a great reduction 
in their regular r.teB, «6 an ind.ceuieDt to Kroar- 
BloniBtB toraake toe moat delghtfnl, and, wt thai, 
the moat Dictnneqoe aod ezaltlog trip to the 
GrratNatoral WoDder of thtsOoeet, 

THE CREAT CEYSERS ! 

Via Oloverdale, rfltnroiDg via Oalistoga, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All renowned Places of resorb for uleaBure 

seekers. 8.P.4N.P. B. K. Oo. ( .' . . 

oonneote at (Jloverdaie with 

VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



A Solomon of a Judge. 

The following tale oomea from Ireland: 
Two men had a quarrel in a liquor shop. 
They adjourned outside to settle the dis- 
pute. The first man being from Gonnaught, 
immediately seized a lump of stone aud let 
fly at the htad of the opponent, who dropped 
his head and missed the Btcne, which went 
through an expensive plate-glass window 
and did nmcb damage. A magistrate wa? 
called upon next morning to determine 
which of the two should pay the cost. The 
evidence clearly showed that the aim was a 
good one, and that if the seeoad man had 
not dipped his head he would hare been 
Blruck, "Therefore," Bald the magistrate, 
"he must pay tbe damages, as it is certain 
the first man didn't intend. to injure tbe 
window, and the wiDdow would not have 
been injured if it had not been, for the aot 
of dodging on the part of the second man.' 1 



oyitom. 

In BtroUlng round the other night, 
To look at 'JPzlBoo by gag light, 
uur careless feet, by chance aid stray 
To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 
01 sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which a eweBt bouguet was Been \ 
While mossy atone and pearly shell, 
O'er whioh the waters softly fell, 
Made that window seem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of the sea. 
Stop," said my friend, "let's go in neie ; 
It looss ao nice— and try their oheer."^J 
"All right," I said, '*I must agTes 
That this place enltB me to a 'T,'" 
So sooner bad we found a seat 
Than at onr Bide a waiter neat 
tfade his appearance, asked our wish—' 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found it true , 
And cooked magmjicenUy, too; 
All kindB of oysters, Juicy, fat, - 
Oooked every Btyle; just think of that, 
And If your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clamBand crabs aud terrapins'^ 
In hurt, v* found tbey had within 
That oosy place all kindB of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl whioh we cotud name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure, 
The ladies, toe, have found, 'twould poem, 
That they have hererthe best Ice oruam; 
Bo here they Hook, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nloe dinners." 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
&ud there this truth he'll find made plain : 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Faclflo Oyster House, SS7 Bush street, above 

Montgomery; open Dayaud Night. 

OHABLEB HAAXB. Proprietor. 



. : 



If one wishes to pass an hour or two pleas- 
-antly at tha game of billiards, no- pleaaanter 
place can be found in tbe c ty taan Chapman & 
Ten ill's Billiard Parlor, NottheaBt corner 
Bush and Eearnv streets' entrance on Bufih, 
From tbe window a good view can be had of 
two of our busiest ttrer ti BuBh and Kearoy. 
Local Option not In force; for the best of 
'Wines, L quors and Cigars, are served at the 
bar for 12 J$ ceEts. 6-1 

Sprint* Stylo Hats. 

Idght, beautifully finished and graceful In 
Bhape, the new Spring Btyle of Hats manufac- 
tured at "The" Hat Store, 6*7 Washington 
street (seoond hat store below Kearny street), 
is jn h« thing to make a man look a hundred 
par ceut. betted Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
Go to "The Hat S:ore" for a new one. Prices 
reduced. S-v 

SXeAleal Wouaex 

Our : rheumatism, billions pains, neuralgia, 
'Catarrh, and minor aohes and pains; All Drug 
gists keep it. 3-b 

De. Beebs, Patent Gold Crowns tor broken 
ox decayed Teeth, 330 Kearny street. 2-bh 



Great Bargains In ClotXilngr: 

The od lr store in the city that has the largest 
cheapest and finest aSBortmemt of Men's and Boys 
OlothlDg, ie H, PeyMr'a Montgomery Avtnae 
Clothing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington and Jackson. Also, a large assort- 
ment of Men's and Boys' Over oo ate and Cloaks, 
and tbe finest e took of Gents' Furnishing Goods, 
Trunks, Valiset. etc. 2-x 



Strawberries : Stria-vrberrlets 

The Matinee Fruit Store 409 Bush, is the place 
to obtain your nice, ir^sh Straw t, err les. Parties 
patronizing ub will b* promptly attended to, 
andean rebt assured that their Berries will be 
sent home In good condition, as we h&ve a 
li.'bt spring wagon expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your address our wagon will call for 
orders every day,' thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Give us & trial. 1-f 



The Verdict. 

Half of the beit-dressed gettUmen In this 
city would say, If atked the qnestlo.* where 
they had their clothes made, that they went to 
Balouu & Stands, No. €13 Washington street, 
and would aleo advise you to go there if you 
wanted a perfect-fitting salt made in the latest 
style, from either imported or domestlo goods, 
at ttfe lowest price computable with a good 
garment, 0-m 

Jos Giusta's Restaurant, at 105 California 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
the publio as a place where nice Chopp, Port-r- 
House Steaks and Oystsrs la eveiy Btyle could 
be had- A short time slnoe, Mr. Glusta made 
an' addition of a whole floor to his place, bo 
that be could accommodate families. His res- 
tiurar. t, as now constructed, can well be called 
a family rettauratt. 5-ii 



Bt this route yon enjoy a double pleasure trip; 
& beaut if al trio an ibe dsy on the "tsamer AN I'K- 
LOpii to Donahne Landing, and to en by to* oars 
throngo. the most beaatif al and fertile valleys on 

the Cean. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For tbe Round Trio, good till the following 
MONDAY MOKNING, at the fol- 
lowing rates : 

To Petalama and Ketnin SI 50 

To 8nutu Boia and Beturn 3 OO 

ToHEXealdvbnrff and Ketnrn 4' OO 

To Cloverdale and Return SOO 

To SkasKa' Bprlnfra and Return. .. 6 50 
Bonsd Trip Tickets to the Gey- 
sers and return, via Ooverdale 

. (Good to October 31«i) IS SO 

Gtyieri and return, via talis- 

toaa 1« OO 

T» the Gerwn Street tt 75 

Geysers, via Oloverdale to Calls- 
toga, to tbe Petrified Foreat 
and return to this city (Good 1o 

October 31.1) IS SO 

Ronnd trip tickets to tha Geysers good for the. 
season 1874. 
- ^TTT^ m TH E STEAMER 
i^-rffrfa ANTELOPE 

Leaves dailj (Sundays expected) from San Fr&n- 
otaco at 2:30 r", M., from Krone Street -Wharf. On 
Sandais at 8 A. M. Betnraing, arrives in San 
FranaiBooSnadny evening, at 1 o'clock. Tickets 
on board tbe steamer, 

V. H, GERDES. 
Gsn. Pass, and Ticket Agent. 
A. A. BEAN, Sup't, 

, OEK^KAL OPFICI>, 
m&21-if 486 flatontfltomery Street, 

DAILY LINE. 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

OPEN THE YEARROUND WITH A FIRST- [ 
0)as3 Variety Company. Variety Artista » 
comic g East can at all times seonro First-Olais 
engagements. Mttst be artiatB of acknowledged 
ability and have good wardrobe. None others need 
apply. Address JAMES MoDANIEL, 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No . 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. jelS • 

CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS BEEU | 
receotl; refitted aod decorated. First.clasa 
Dramatlo Oompanlas or Dramatio Stars coming 
East will be treated liberally apon application 
either by telegraph or In person. Address all 
communications to JAMES MoDANIEL, 

Proprietor, f 
Look Box No. 1, Oheyeno ,Wyo. Ter. el 

COLD-ROOM VARIETIES., 

•liiltenth St., Cliev'Bue, Wyomlna. 

JAMS_W ALLEN Proprietor ii 

■lOHNW. DUNNE Ba»ice B s Maoager I 

HAURY SPR1GGU Stage Manager 

HA8JTBT IKK F IV BETITTEO 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 
eon iCith a nrst-olass Company, em-braeing Harry 
Sprigga, tne great oharaoter actor; Harry Lor- 
raine. Billy Forest, Mr. J. W Dnnne. Miss Lnoy 
Hall, Mibs Minnie Oavis, MiBS Nellie Heymonr, 
Mies Jennie Logan, Frank Holla;, George Tobler } 
acd Charles Miller, and a fall and emoieDt or- 
chestra. 

*»- Lady talent coming East can always seonre 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLEN, Pro- 1 
prietor. GuOD SAL-vHlES PAID. «e24-3m i 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 
THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

sVTalent going Fast will nod it to their advao- l< 
tage before leaving California to correspond with I 

J. McUAMEL, 
mr9 Look Boz No. 1. Oheyenne, Wyoming. I 




ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1874, THE UN- 
dersigned will ran bis regular lino of alz-ho»e 
Oonoord Ooaobes between 

Gilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Connection with daily trains both North and Soath 

Having rnn this line for two years without an 
accident oconring, oe 1b confident be cap continue 
the same witb safety to the pnblio. 

Tnrongh TIcketB to the SoriDga from San Fran- 
ciuco ana all required information may be bad at 
£08 Montgomery Street, and nt theSut 

tfose Kaiiroad Depot, San Francisco. 

Private oonveyance fnrniehed by letter or tele 
graph. Airtreas 

Km, H, DTEK, Gilroy, 
P. O. Box 39, o* by W. F. & Oo. 

B'iy yoar Through Tickets and never be delayed 
on the road. «p-6-tf 



S. F. and «. P. R. R. Co. 



Madame Clara Antonla, de Paris, Ba'lneBS 
and Medical Olalrroyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134 3£ Pout atteet, near Du- 
pont, Oonect diagnosis and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations in 
French, German and English. 6 o 



M-ueic Hath Charms. 

Pianos tuned and repaired, lit moderate 
prices and satisfaction guaranteed, by one that 
understands rhe bualuess. AIbo, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
at 754 Market or 54 Third street, Will receive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan, 4-v* 



Imperial Millr Funch. 

The best of beverages. Try It, Made and 
sold only by Afa L. Waugaman, at his eympo- 
siac of fine Wines, Liquors and Segara, corner 
of LeldeBdofff and Halleck streets. Superb Hot 
Lunoh from 11 to 3. N, B.~ 3:ook reports 
telegrapned directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 3x 



Fine Watches 
The befit goods at tbe lowest prices, at H. A, 

Calender's, corner of Second aud Mission. A 
flee assortment of chains, Jewelry, etc. Call, 
and exunlne, 6-b 



F resh axad Sweet, 

Far the beet confectionery, go to Oanty find 
Wagner**. 107 Mantsomarv St. near Sutter. X 



£tow I Made S30. 

By buying my bed-room Bet of furniture of 
J. A. Bhaber & Co., 707 Market s rest, two doors 
from Third. They sell Furniture 20 per oent. 
cheaper than any other dealers, X tried them 
all. * . 13-at 



What Cheer- Laundry Wagons 
Oil] for and deliver clothes In all parte of tbe 
oity. ' 



PERSONAL. 



HAIR- 

dresaer, late ol Doherty's Hair 8t :>re, has re- 
moved to H o, »a Kearnr Btreet, np stairs, rooms 
21 and 25. Allkindsof hair work made to order- 



JY/IRS. M. J. FARRBLL., LADIES' 



fp 12-1 IT 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booksellers and Statlon«ra. 

H. H. Moore, 603 Montgomery, near Merchant, 

Butchers* 
Kata, Fred, SUlla 94 to 100. California Market 

JJentlstf. 

H, K. Fope.fi Montgomery Btreet, 

Davis A Case, £! Montgomery street, oppoaitet he 

Liok House. 

Hff f i' wftT* Hall** 
Sampson. A. B. A Co., 110 Becond ■treat. 

Wblteners and Paper Bansren. 
A. W. Whelden, 123 Geary etr eet. 

'•Vines and XJqnors, ( WholeaalaJ 



Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt. Galloway, con. 
nectins at Donahue Landing with tbe cars for 
Olovpraale and intermediate stations will leave 
Ban Franolsce daily from Front Street Wharf at 
S:SO o'olook. Histamine will leave Oloverdale at 
6 A. M. connecting at Donahne LandloK with 
steamer, and arriving in Saa Franoisoo at 11 A M . 
SUNDAY EXCUK8ION8. 

Tbe steamer ANTELOPE will )ea*e Front street 
wbarf every Suod&y morning, at 8 o'cloak, con- 
neoting at Dooahne with cars for Pelalama, 
Santa Rosa, Hsaldsbnrg, Oloverdale. Betnroing, 
tbe train leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'clock. P. M., 
connection with B'^amer, arriving at San Franois- 
co at 7 o'clock. Exonreion tickets at rednccd 
rstes. (innneciione made with Binges for Sonoma, 
Ukiab, MendooiDO and Olear Lake. 

No freiRbt can be received after 2 o'clock S. it 
For farther information apply at . Oonpsm's 
office, 480 Montgomery street* * 

P. DONAHUE. President. 
F H- GERDBS . 

ap22-tf General Passenger and Ticket Agent. 






4th Of JULY 

Gtxta,xxc3. Celebration* 

Ever ybo dyl sin formedth at at the Ol 
dst and no mbe rtb re'ea ee onds tre 
etwenreselilnnepl «d Wopeabse to 
ri'r ontnh frtsat if 1.50. U nde rwe art" 
rom 5»e up war d on de v ery thl Bare; lse 
ch* upas en ettpe snabea tr>e aed lcian d 
■ 

COS, i 

NO. 3 SECOND STREET, 

Opposite the Grand Hotel . ie8-lm 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE, 

VIX&IPfLA, CITY. XKVADA, 

JOHN PIPER , PEOPBJETOB 

THIS ELEGANT THKATRE OAN BE RENT. 
ed by the night or week. Stars and travel' 
ing companies liberally traatpd with nn nrnlioatioi 
JUHS PB?EK, 
Manager ana so>e rropri«tOff 
Or to J. ST. UTcOABK. 

]a28tf 388 Bush street. San Francisco. . 



METK0POL1TAN THEATRI 

SACBAMENTO, *> 

TO .EtEKTT, 

BY THE NIGH.T, WEEK OK MONTH, FROB 
April 1st. For terms, apply at the Theatrt 
or by letter to YT. K. MORROW, Proprietoi 
Saoramento. 
N. B.—1 have no aothomed Agent anywhere. ■■ 
mb24-tf 



OPERA HOUSE! 

SAN JOBS, CILi. 

THIS EBAUTIFOL AND EEWLY RKHO 
vated Theatre ie to be lot bj tbe Night Wee 
or Month, at reasonable terms. 
ap2*-t( - G . BROH ASKA, Proprifttor. ) 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And College of Medicine. 

1 O (\Ck(\ BEAUTIFUL AJTO IH8TRU01 
X \J . \J\J\J tv-e ob j eote to be seen. Open to tt 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HA LI 
818 Montscmery street. FOR MEN uNLY-j 

19-Db. Jobdak's Peivate Office is at »1 
Gnary etreet (opposite old Meohanlos' Pavilion). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTINI 

ELOODTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PRBP1HED for the STA8J 

PRTVATE THEATEI0AL8 AND AMATED1 
performaoo.. directed, by a laaj and Kentl 
man of more than ordinary ezoerieooa. For PI 
ticnlara apply to MR. J. H. MoOABE, 

Theatrical Agent, No. a3* Bosh btreet. 
deld-tf Ban branoiaoo. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO„ 

Brass Founders and Finishert 



^ 



MAKTJFACTUBKBfl ■ 

— AMD— 
BEFA1BEH8 



DRUMS, BANJOS, 



Cold and Silver Platers 

ssT-Leaeons (riven on the Banjo and Drum. aW 

MIS8ION 6TKFJET, between First and Second 

S B.— Fine- toned Silver Sola -Banjos lor Pi 

•aaioTtals always on hand. Ial5 Bj 

MANNING'S OYSTER GROTT 
Resort ef the Respeotablllty* 

^jOO PDSE ST., below KEABNY. ^^ 

Manning Pan Roast^p 

And CJttEOI>EE COFFEJT, 

BBlO-tf A. W. MANNLNG, Inventoi 

DBitcions ICE OKEA.U and STKAWBERBH 



The Celebrated Pan Roa* 

Either California or Eastern Oysters, 
Oooked to Order at ' 

SOLOMON TISMORE'S, 

Stalls 57, S3 end 59 Oiliforoia Market,' 

(KnLranoe on Pice Stre&t.) 

•tfr lamilies and Besunrante supplied at eh 

notice. del7-li 



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MORACHAN & LYNCH 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMS and all kittds 
of Shell Fish, Stall 6» California 
Market. San Franci^co^-- -»pen Day 
and Nigh*., f. ainiliea, Pabl c and Pri- 
vate Parties. Hotel*. Bbiivpina and 
ReatanraLTte flnppiied. 1**- 



J. C. COMBES, 
TEBKAPIN X-.XJWTOI; 

Car, Second and Teh ^Uti streets. 

■Terrapin oom.'UU.tlr on DJ , 
Ojaters. in every. «Vrl». PB1VJ ( 
iUEPEB. ROOMSF^TB PARTI . 
dec 31- 



GEORGE MAYES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAMS | 
ar!dlll hind, ol SHitiL Jia£% 
iWliSoa. *0, 41, **r Oalltomia 
Market, eotranoe on Oahtornia atreet. 

PobltooTPriTa*. partiea and »«!« .npp I 
,70m 8 ».a. Blll.«- „ lj """ Ji" d 0"0.m, I 
Cbrat« Room op» rrom « a-ac to a ij< 4.U 



• BUCK0L0VE8 



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CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

>»» W . -*. .,r«.A.. a** MUM** * 

» • • * - Oct. i _«4 W+M*f 

rinar pjicixx-r 
LU QUE'I 

Spanish Dramatic Comp'y 

Hunt, ii Kveninf, .hih •">. 1^; I 

MASANIELLOJ 



C1L1T0RNIA THfiATRl. 



. . Ito Ol»fc •• a »j u 



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OPENING OF THE SEASON OF 1874-5. 

.<! II ic> XO CALIFORNIA «>l 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

*e*r«r sitw**.. *•** TiaVagi— 
tf» TWWW I Via** > tUl . 

SOONZ3 

....or t«] 



WHO WILL ArriAB a* 



"*'•' ir« p '-if 1 Vt Mm**!' PTEH ri>m TIKiIIaHU TIMIM 
n hn*rt ». Itsilaad t.4 Franc*. *«t ■>''•* •/ 



The LIBER ATOI 


I of NAPLES 

i 








a* F ■•' 

Om ButrtA 












OOVT>I 

axsaa* 




... >K LOYAL 


ASF A LI 





1VTI 



3Vt iisriviia 



THI« EVENINO. 



'W A. 2_.T ON. 

JOLT 3 



Ail maul fontor noU... will bo |ti«t.ia T « TaYIOR". Ootnelr 





Mr. JAB. A. HERNE. 

)• Ik* Mtobf a I* 4 Qgl+Aj of 

HANDY ANDY! 



TtM FwHWlMM Will •oeai 

MALE AND FEMALE 

'e.k.rl.. TAI. HANOIYII.I.KIrloa.1 



M» W1U UM 

MINSTRKLS, 

.matt, kiu.v 



iitIslcd*. 



TIRRERCI'S RETURN. 

Mlae Allee b> And t<l Marrai 



Recomtrtjcted by Mr. Sothern and JTow Flayed in Four Acti Instead of Three. 



I'reeMof rrxtm ID Hlr HeraM", Oonotr, Hi'i.., 
ACT III -The Tilr, ....Mr IT. 



(■'■Ml ACT II- 



Ltrewio.-rooa .1 Tfenobrrd Man 

LORD DUNDREARY MR 



Dnn<lr»»t7'« Dad-room. 
DlT) 



CHQIC I1LICT10NS 
»an| •nJ Banr- 



H. R. ARCHER 

. ■■ale* Ratilnaua 
HmiUH Chair 

i >reb««Lra 



SOTHERN 



IV Co3«tS M wits I 



POPULAR AFTERPIECE, 



* B •TUTui'tfMti «MW*1 Iwf ft.VDAV. Joly lSlb. 

Tnr im rnroKM^iR mt 

tuques Spanish Dramatic Company 

....WILL £t 01.,.. 

surLdA.?-. .Tulyle 

PaOOM Or AUMIH11IOK, 

A>r*»M OUaUUki OrtAeatra $1 I 

Ho Fiu. 0'iru far Vet«r*»d a.*') 

B»l*e»i * caats 1 Hillary U MnU 

S.*09tR froat A. M telo'elotk P. Si. en Saodiy 



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.... .. 

■ r 

FLUSKJIOB TMKNlHASO 

■ »BV M^Rt-DtTH 

jlEssLJiuUitrijdSssiifoio.s 

AUGUST*. 

OKOBGINA 

Ml Akl* . 



R'IDKHT I'ATrMAS 

WAI,. r K M I KM * N 

„..K. .1 LfDOKLEY 

I l> -R*W 

1- 

JOHN VMI.mi1 

, Si* Pal ON t I- -I'M 

, O. H. MKSTAVPH 

II MaTTHKWh 

Vht KLLIK Wll.r-iN 

Ml.Ss JENNM 

... MRS. O. R. "»AL'NHFKS 

.MISJi HAIIKIK WYATT 

. ..Ml SS WIN'NIK WaL'ON 

.Miss k bTANLSV 



BKILLHr MlbS F. SlAKLKV 

During the Piece MP. SOTHERN will read BROTHER SAM'S LETTER, 

Be:r ived Nightly wltfc tbe nopreced«Dled compliment of a Triple Eaoore. 
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 2 O'CLOCK, 

FOURTH ODF* sTTTI_.Tr ILVE^TII^EZES. 

MR. SOTHERN as DUNDREARY 

WOICDAY, July Mb, Turn Rjbe.taon'g loyely Comedy of 



Aft*r wblch tbi Oomlo DrftOik Id a tttiof 

HANDY ANDY 

HARPY A M>V Mr. JAMH A. IIFRNI 

Sjiif* UM' ..J. W. (liuweri Mr. Mar fh> .. . td Morrsf 

I> k l,««i • . Bfion Mr. I'arlaof ...0*1. Mandavi'la 

Kdtr'd u'f| loanr H. B. Arobar hliuon T. lira* 

rQq>N Otiradr , toon Wo.Utd 

Uil«JAH HOUNET HIM JFKKIK JUinmiN 

W*d N*oey...Uaffl« V»filra F»oo» O»«t n . . ,L-na Proowr 



FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS Mill ALIBI ROW 



Kill* . 



MISTAKEN 

Pr»« 



IDENTITY. 

And Btrlod 



kkNlATluN CHaRaCIIR »0A8i CaL. NUNLHVILLC 

SuP| und Dance Satle BoMniui 

Uultud I*Oall»e lOBCN 

To conclude with toe RotrlDft Bketch of 

ENGAGEMENTS ! 

War Attn) 



.l»ioa«....r.ll Bor 



In which Mr. Sothern will appear as...: Col. John White 

Also, First Appearance of Miss Bella Pateman as Mrs. pinchbeck! 



Otbtr obartictem br (.'on p.uj. 
IN 11F.OEAKS vl,. 



...Tamn* Aarlnn 
Matt Kally 



DOMBEY AMD SON 



"T»E VILLA," 
GOLDEN OATE PARK, 

* »»1o» )il» ban ooropiaNM), ti 
»r-- '«M»0 ( ^-t» to *fta i, ib.io. Tk« boOMkt*!*- 
1 ^atoAI^AsMBta^ad.aAd baa 

fc'oKl* Piiblio Parlors, 

— *in>— 

Tea Prirale Dining Kooms, 

Tha »hou»b*ln» bntH. c-t lika a poblto Uot#l 



bat i 



it : 



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An Elegant Villa. 

"Tba Viiia" la 1oc«U<i at tb« lut or Donb-wur 
•re CU of lb* Park, 

-ao Br*«kf«Jiu, Ptnnrri and bnpp«n 
praparavl on tb* iBorMot boUc*. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

PROPBIKTOR. Jt-U 



FKEE AWX> £AHY 



AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

0AXjOON. 

mo. «•» ma< kamk.nt* ktbeet, 

(Known aa ttM UMKJAOO BKKR DEPOT,) 
Efery Satlrduf EVCAlD* At 8 o'clock. 

f ITIZKNH IK OENKRAL. aKD ALL AUS 
V/ traliaoi aod Maw ZaaUndera ara ipiitad U 
aUaod. and *« a^aorad of_» baaru woloo.-ua and 



(al-tf 



GKu. B. AUSTIN, 
Proprirtof. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAS. K. STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 4 1 7 Kearny Street, 

Bltinn Oallforola and Pino. 
Tbiaaloraot raaori, baa lately been eDlarK"diac i 



ntaia: 



contain! I D0« lievel tablet. Tbe beat Liqnoi i 
and Ulnars at tbe Bar. FiTa large finely f nmiahei 
rooma, for alnbi and prlTat* partiea on their owi 
tnrciB and rule*. Je7-3m 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

HOMING OCElRl' SURGING BREBKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SES LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnehes, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING 1'OUR WIFKI _|^5V 

BRING VOIR FAMH.VI 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIBNDft 

ABd inn, • Tl«w of Iba fla.M OOKAN PANO 

HULA IN THK WOK1.1). .11 in lujht of 

tb. norld'TeDO.DSd 

Golden Gate. 

With A fl«*t Ol White.vla R.d rn.BS.nK.rf onterinA 
from ...(7 pArt ol Lb. oomm.rcl.1 world. 

■•-New Line Baises, oonD.ctioK with Htr.it 
Cr. At I.000 Itnaot.in ..err 1.5 loioat.. bormtt.l 
for to. Uli S Horn. Jyl-tl 

— — 



Grand Duke Alexis 




Attention, Good Livers! 



^ I .Attention, G 

— 

Hit iTi^oroprl.torof lb. H 

i v.rW.^al AAar.nl, fia. l.k.o to. mi 

'' W of botb lb. Mloar.' tai 



-di* 



Hioera' Kam> 
_J maaagement 
. Rtaianraot on 
Oommernial itreet and in* Miner*' 
Brtacb oq Market eiraot. Onr Billeof F 

■mtv*oe all tbe duiioaciee ol tbe aeaaon. 
. .motto la "Uood 1'are. Uood Oooklnc and Modi 
Obarfaa" 

I'. UCBAU A * «». 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

-.ai and ASS OommarolaL, ire 
. y' T«» Market a traet. 

,- Ons rom S A.M. to 10 p.m. 



0* 



■AlS-lf 

SAN a-RANCISCO BATHS 

A»0— 



, Hairdressing Establishment, 



bali. KHraai. t'KIols'i 
BKDUUKD. Batba. 15 o.ota. 

|»3-tf 




JOHN 



..fKACT.OAL HATTE 



i 



Wo. »S Third 
BltwMD lljffnr'and Mtnlon ttreata. 

"Hm eaUr-i "^etocl oV^ppofiPit niu. 



S. W. DENNI3, 

Dentist, 

HAS JUST AKTURMKD FROM 
the Ka«t and raanond tbe iw^ctlce 
Ol bis prolmiion. at bia former office, 

SS KEABHY STBKET, 

Sax Fbakoisco, m> 



R . MENDEI, 

No. 19 Ceary atreei 

H3E3I> IiXOlV, 

FftKK AND » VAT onr 

.Saturday ...nlo« at ft o'olook. 
Boat Win. a .od Llqnnra, Tba 
'Ol.i ',- -t" will alwara be oo 
bono vo moat bit frlonds. 

foil 




319 BUSH STREET, 

ALKAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS HOUSE, BE1MG OKNTKALLY it ^. 
located, near all th*. principal Hoteli. flPf* 
Reitanraot' and plaoea of AKinaemeot. HQ 
StranBer* oat. And food, oamfortab.e. pl§&- -^BmL 
ntand elegant rooma at roaionabla pries i, 
oatH-tf 



DS. 0.0. O'DOMNBLL, Offlc#«cd BMidano 
»SfSK«arnT,«iaarJtMJk«Ki, op a toira. Grart- 
oataof D.rtmootOOollaca. and lata BaricaoB In 
tha U. H. Army TreaU oOl. patienM foe a fee 



m 



THK DEPOT OF THK GRAND DUK-C AL- 
eife Ties, "ooiub OooRrese i-t;i'i>ra icJ H'mnob 
Tiee lor Out- nod Boys, la at P. Jtelu'o, the 
Pns> Bootmaktr. 

4» (.'ii*"» or tbe above nooda now in atoro, and 
will be aold ot Eastern prleea. 

Pereone raeidlog In the conntry deiironeof ob- 
t-airj mtr orrlect flltlng Boota and Shoee, can aand 
for P. Kelly'* Uiroalar.oontatnlng bis new metbod 
of self-moaaorement and lilt of onatom prloea. 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, Montgon-erv and Kearny. 

j 21 



F* OR 

A NEW ;U OOfAVE 

PIANO 









.WILL BE 

«OLDat a UA.ItGrA.IIN, 

Oo Aeooo t of departore from the State. 
CAil, or AddrM, 

'FIGARO" OFFICE, 

882 Merollaat St. 

mel3-tl 



To the Unfortunate. 

I>K. GInnON'S DIIPKN8ABT. 

NO. 6S8 KEARNY STREET, O0K- 

oor of Oommeroial, Saa Franui^oo 
hnlranoe on Oommeroi&l atreei. Kstab- 
Uabed In 1854, for tbe treatinaot and 
care of all diseases of the nrinarr and 
fcenerative O'gans, and all pbyaloal oou- 
aiiiuuB or weakness ooneeqnoot apon tbe errors 
or ignorance of tbe sexes. Skin disease (of pears' 
standing) ard oloerated lege BOOOesBfnllj treated. 
Theaionand the afflicted saoald not fail to call 
npon him. The Doctor has traveled extenelTely 
In Rnrope. and Inspected tboroaghly tbe varions 
boapiUla there, obtaining a great deal of valuable 
Information, wliiob be is oompetent to impart to 
loose In need of his lerrioes. Dr. Gibbon will 
make do cbirge nnleas be efTeots a core. Address 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1M*7. ban Frauoisco. 

naSMt 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BX 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAT STREET. 



DAVIS & G 

8TS1 



A. CASE, 



DR. WILLIAM S. 

DEKTTI 

09 UontKomery street, 

Opo. Liok Hoaae. 
Dentlatry in all ita brAoob.a,"At rOMObAble rotor. 
mh30-3al 



TO THE LOVERS of SONG 

AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 



CHARING 



LK AND rlASY al 

4* 

i ▼ 



JtLOON, 



606 MISSION ~W NEAR SECOND. 

Wa intend rnnnlng It as of yore— SauiabtlHT al- 
wnye onr motto, Poliienexs and Fair Dealing onr 
role. Grand opening bstorday Mar HOtc. 1874. Free 
and Easy every Silnrday during tba icaioo. Onr 
old patrooaand tbe pabilo iogensral are oordialjf 
Invited, nbair talt«n by our old Ubairman MR. 

F. PHlLLIPd at 8'olock sharp. _ w _ ^ 

rA(ll>K» Ol WILD. 



California Ahead of the World 

IN 

WOOLEJL GOODS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS IN RECEIPT OF 
. Blankets, Flannels, Horse-Blanketing, etc. 
direct from tbe Mills, and will sell In lota to suit 
Depot, •* New Montgomery street: 

GEO HA. MAIN. Aitent. 




CLAY -STREET 

fllOlNG ACADEMY, 

8il» Clttv Street, tor, 
Stockton. 

This tt the most elegant 
and oommodioos Kidlrg 
Academy in t bo city ; open 
day anil even.t}g. Partic- 
alar attention paid to 
nntrs. ja27-<m 

A. MARSBAtiL, Proprietor. 



jVttTSXO TAtTO-HT. 

INSTRUOTIOrr ON *HK PIANOj 
Onltar, AeobrAMW, 



- aa nan yj,' 
Water and Oil 
Palntls* at priost to eats oircoirasUaoss. 
l.*aveowortb, between Geary and ffFarredl q 
tbroagb an arch, Oral hooie: pupils withant 



COal 1 COEkl. ! 

BERRYMAN A DOYLE, 
COA.L DBALEBH. 

OAnce. i Wholeo.le, B wlkheiad. 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
'Retail, 4 13 and 4 1 S Pacific St., 

A bore Saoaome. 

SOLE AGENTS FOE 

NBWrOBT COOS BAT COAL CO., 

And Ds.l.rw In All Descriptions of 

ForeifCiaL and Domegtlc 

COAL and PIC IRON. 

, P 28 P. 0. BOX lflBO. 



$300,000 OO 

TO IjC»A.Bir! 

AT BEDtrOHD RATgS. ON MINING 8T00K8. 
RhI Hatate. Boiloeaa P»par and other Col- 
laterals. 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

8SO MoniBTiirrr Street. 

myH-lf mi 



MILITARY GOODS 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAI 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. IS Hentiomerr A venae, 8. P. 
h!4bf T. RODOKRM .JOHNt-ON 



ItTO TI OE. 

Gray's Music Stores. 

633, 625 CLAY STREET. 

IN OBDEK TO ACCOMMODATE THE POBLIO 
.ad to. maaioal Drof.aaior. GBAY'ii MUHIO 
a at 8 P. H. iLBlea.1 of 8 
maliKlm 



FR£:r>. KATZ, 

BEEF AKDPORKv 

BUTCHER, 

StAlK »* to lO* O.'a. Market. 



• ill 



nointl.olti 



CANDIES 

3Vt. 



CANDIES! 



A.. MBnOBH 

Maonfaotnres every de«rript ion of 

CANDIE*. Wholeuile ntd SetulL 

618 K-amT St., between Raermxaento and OaLI- 

fomia and 1S7 Saoood etrset. between 

Miona »ijri Natoma ool-lw 



MINNIE WILLIAMS. 

BBQFVSipNAl 1 '.T KNOWN AS "UTTLB 
Lox 



jnvanlb astaeaa, w*tbjtba_ 



RPSIONAL^Y 

- «m»'-Tbl» jo 

Londoa, Haat Ooanpaw. laaA heard of in tbe Bart 

" ' ie*» Is iiMM-rTl to write to bar mother In Han 

^"i'txnu* Tbaaorteml )»reroa.sara f«- 



■ wriMd 



lC 3r A.3F J-0 ." 

.3RXAL OF AMtJ8KMK5T8. 
^coIm&m) -T»rr i**J >» tba Year by 
E» BOGARDUS 



SSS H«rMunt aod SIS* WuhlBjtoa «U 
Below Montf-ornery. Han FTsnoteao. 



FRIDAY. JUL! 8, 1874 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC NEWS- 

Mill Kit* Batemen will play Lady Macbeth 
to the Maerxta ol Hetry Irving, it tbe London 
L e>nm Tbtaro r*xt itiion. 

London if to bATe ft caw Jnliet ftt tb* Hey- 
marret, or wtlh ranch Is rxpioted in privet* 
cir: er. Tils Jaliet is ft married lady, Baoviog 
in very good society, who-e "*it bomsi" are 
sttended by poet*, baroLtts ind otherp, end 
whose bmbund Is ft wsll known authority on 
Indian iff lis. Tbe itaze mme of tbe rf-tw- 
anislstobe Mr-. Fitrfix, and she bai been 
carefully coichfd in ber Shakespeare by Mrs. 
fit fling. 

During tbe performanre of "I Paritaoi" ftt 
tho Bojel ltiilan Opera, OoTeot Girded, Mme. 
Jsrny Llrd GoldEcLmidt, ffhowii i spcctst'.r, 
weLt behind the certain, and warmly thanked 
Mile. Emma Albaal for the gratification her 
singing ftflorded ber. 

Tbere wfti an unprecedented deloge of plino 
recitals In London daring the ltd week if 
Miy. Tbe performers were of various natioc- 
times : Knglisb. Bnetlan, Saxon, French ftnd 
Go: mm, bat ft fftlr plsnl-t frcm the banks of 
tbe 5evi ouried off tae principal sbsre of the 
honors. Tbe Dime of Eisipcff li now ftll po- 
tent in London . 

Leoocs. bis nearly succeeded la ecllpt 1 :g the 
popalirlty of Offenbssh in Paris. 

Mr. Msarlce Gr^n his seenred tho Emily Sol- 
dene comic op : rs company, of London, for the 
Lyceum Theatre In the fftU. 

Mr Garl Boss his returned to London from 
Germany. 

Ntlsson Ian* rec*ntly at Bims RseYeV bene- 
fit m London. 

Tae deita la announced In England of the 
celebrated e!o:n:ionM, John Ohipp:ndale Man- 
tetqulec Bellew, who was to popular in thit 
count- y laet s?aion and the preoedlng one. He 
Was born In 2S:3, and wis by his mother a 
member of the Iri*h Bellew family. He wag 
edacsted at Line at t jt and Ci'ord, took crdtr* 
1-. 1848. la 1850 h; becme curate of Present, 
anj In 1851 watt to the East Indies fts Chaplain 
to fit John's Oft'hedra), Oalcnttft. In 185J5 he 
returned to England, and remained for ft time 
ftt St. Phillip's Ohurch, Begent street. In 1862 
he became Incumber t of Bedford Obinel, 
Bloomjbnry, He subtequently foraock the 
pulpit for tbe rostrum, ftnd a few yean ago 
publicly avowed his connection w.ta tie Bo- 
man Catholic religion. As ft reader he had no 
Urlng tqul. He twloe Tliit-d America, and 
waawtll received on eicb occasion. On tbe 
occasion of bis Iftit Tieit ft i .-w months ago, hla 
heal b lailed him, and he returned to England 
only, however, to die. He has written and pnb- 
llabed se veril able works, bat be will be ohlefly 
remembered es ft reader cf great excellence. 



The) Young- Jla.n irom the East. 
" I'm a stranger In this diy, 
I'm lately from tbe East, 
And mighty fond of oysters ; 
Where can I set a feast? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I And, 
A plata ef Eastern oysters, 
Of the old-fashioned kind.'*. 

•■."Well, I can tell ion," said his friend ,; 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Direct from where tbey grow. 
JnBt tike a stroll down PISE STREET, 
At 419. opposite tbe Mftrket, 
You'll see a sign, -THE SADDLE BOCK, 
You can't fail to remark it. 

" Emerson GorvUIe keeps the place, 
The best saloon In town, 
There yon can git your oysters raw. 
Or frie4 so crisp and brown. 
He's the largeit oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Ooatt, 
and that he leeps the fre&hest 
Has ever been his boast 

" He's got nice little private rooms. 
Where yon can sit at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if yen please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
ttijtbt to tbe 8ADPLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



I>r. Doherty 

Has devoted bis study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such la 
cow the most suceeEsfnl of any Physician lz 
Ban Franc'eco. Office 610 Sacramento street, 
Borner of Leldeartorff. a few doors celow What 

Cheer Hooa* . r 

IfYou 

Feel the need of pkotpktmt (nerve food), take 
ft eouree of eea-wat r baths at tbe Sanitarium 
foot of Powell it eit, North Beach. Exclusive 
department and lady attendant for ladies. Five 

tickets tor $1. ^^^ 6 q 

F*lne Wavtcrxeej 

The best goods at tbe lowest prices, at H. A. 
Caliender'i, corner of 8* son* nod Mission. A 
nne assortment of cnaine, jewelry, etc. Call- 
and examine, cr 



Special t^o Liidu-s. 

For dressmaking lb »ji tta branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 810 
Post street Terms reasonable. S.Qa 



Dental Work. 

Fob mravz gcaurr or wostx, go to T. 0- Jas- 
*°P> AtnUst, cor. Sutter rnd Moatgnrnery, orez 

Tuea-er's. s-n 



Mb. L. Jamrwrra, So. 240 Kearny street. 
Hew ftnd Second-Hand Clothing, of all descrip- 
tions, t> o- ht and sold. Store closed on Sat* 
urdiy nn . P. M. jt 



Hints on Sleep. 

To literary men, preachers, teachers, law- 
yerd, doctor*, Journalists and brain-worbera 
in general, the following hints are exceed- 
ingly worth attention : Tbe fact is, that *s 
life becimes concentrated, short sleep and 
early rising become impossible. We take 
more sleep than oar ancestors, and we t»be 
more sleep because we want more. Six 
hoars ilsep will do very well fcr plough- 
man, cr bricklayers, or any other man, who 
has no exhiuetion but that produced by 
manual labor, and the sooner be takes it 
after the labor tbe bet tor. But for the man 
whose lator is ment.l, the etnas is on bia 
brain and nervous systsm, and for him wko 
is tired in the evening with mental applica- 
tion neither early to bed nor early to r.se is 
wholesome. He needs letting down to the 
level of repose. Ths looger interval be- 
tween the active use of the bi ain and tbe r>- 
tirement to bed, the better his chance of 
sleep and refreshment. To him an hour 
afier midnight is possibly as good as two 
before it, aod even then his sleep will not so 
c5mpl*tely restore him as it will his neigh- 
bor who is physically tired. His best sleep 
is in tbe early morning boors, when all the 
nervous exenemeot has passed away, and he 
is in absolute rfet. 



A Position to be Pesired. 

The Milwaukee Sentinel thus epitomizes 
the daily life s>f an >ditor-iu-chief. From 
the plaintive tone of the last sentence tbe 
writer iotimates tbat be knows bow it is 
himself : '-The young man who is fittiog him- 
self for a J onrnalistio career asks us if the 
chief editor's position is dilcalt. On the 
contrary it is tbe most comfortable place on 
the paper, fie has only to dash off a few 
columns of editorials a day and then enjoy 
himself. All the good-looking women with 
poems are shown into his rooms, and he 
smokes all tbe cigars sent in for tbe report- 
ers. He receives iovitations to deliver ad- 
dresses at country fairs, and carries home 
tbe best of the books Bent iu for review. 
When he hasn't anything else todo he looks 
over copy aod carefully rons bis penc 1 
through tbe joke the writer struggled four 
hours with aod considered bie masterpiece," 



Tlnae*s Heavliaf Finger. 

It ib reviving to know that sorrow doesn't 
always kill— that hearts don't break or bnst 
as easily as banks. There's Mr. Sole off, for 
instance. Six months ago his wife died, 
and be expressed a determination to not 
survive her. He even hinted of laudanum, 
looked wild wheu be passed a gnosmithla, 
and his friends watched him with care when 
he approached near even to a dock-pond. 
But time set it healing finger on him, aod 
list week be led to tbe altar a fair lady, 
whom he told be had never loved until he 
bad seen her. Should she die, he'll proba- 
bly have the same sai experience. It's only 
thOBe who've been bereaved half a dozen 
times of a beloved wife or husband who 
can bear their sad lose with becomioK equa- 
nimity. 



Conldn't Scare Her. 

Grayrille, 111., claims the coolest woman 
in tbe State as a citizen. Her husband told 
her that he was going: down iu the cellar to 
commit suicide, and did go down stairs and 
fire a broadBide into the pork ba*reL Hie 
wife kept right on knitting, and after awhile 
he man came up stairs swearing tbe woman 
hadn't got any feeling. 



Spring fetyio Hats. 

Light, besntlfolly finished and graceful in 
ehape, tbe new Spring etyle of Hats manufac- 
tured at "The" Hat Stare. 517 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny street), 
Is just the tblng to make ft man look a hundred 
ptr cent, better. Don't wear & shabby old hat 
Qo to "Toe Hat 8.ore" for ft new one. Prices 
redact d . S-v 



Great, BarRilni In Clotl^iriR; 

The oo lj atore in tbe cit j tbat baa tbe largest 
cheapest and finest inorttneat of Men's and Bora 
Olothiog, is H, Pernor's Montgomery Avian* 
OlotbjDg Store, 719 Mootgomerr street, between 
Wublngtoa iod JseksoD. Also, a Urge *e?ort- 
tneotof Mao's »nd Bore' Overcoats and Cloate. 
ind tbe finest stock ol Gents' Famishing Goods. 
trunks, V&liaei, etc 2-x 



Imperial M 1 1 It Punch. 

The beat of beverages. Try it. Made and 
sold only by A»a L. Wangaman, at his sympo- 
siftc of fine Wines, Liquors and Began, corner 
of Leideedorff and Halleck streets. Superb Hot 
Luxob from 11 to 2. N. B.— Slock reports 
teiegrapned directly from the Board espectelly 
or this saloon, 2x 



Free and JEa«y. 

A Vocal and Inctrnmental Concert will be 
given every Wednesday and Saturday evening, 
at 683 Market street, opposite Kearny. The best 
of talent will oe preiena. Everybody Is lcvlted 
to attend and will receive good cheer and oor- 
dlal treatment. 4 p 



X>r. Aborn. 

Oculist, Aurlst, Catarrh, throat and lung 
physician, U3 Geary it., above Stockton. Offlse 

hours 10 1- il to 3 r at.. 6 to 7 p. at. 3-g 



WaininaReturned In One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Oncer 
Laundry. 5o Chlnftmen employed. • 

■saaaaa^laai laasssaas Ass* ft » T » as 



Madame Clara Autonla, de Paris, Bn 'loess 
and Medical OlairV7ysnt and Independent 
Trance Medium, 13a X Post street, near Du- 
poat, Correct dlagnoela and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Oonaultatlons In 
French, German and English. 6 o 



How I Made 83o. 

By buying my bed>room set of furniture of 
J". A. Shaber & Co., T07 Market st re it. two doors 

tram Third. Tbey sell Furniture 20 per cent, 
cheaper than any other dealers. I cried them 
slL la-x 



Has Manrnta's Salad Pazaeiyo— best and 
obesptst in town— at Oyster House 072 Howard 
street, near Third. fi-n 



Fresh, aavd BwMt. 

Far ths bass ssj rii a ctl o ii ss f . ri to Oantr and 
Wasnav'ft. U7 HastMain St. aaar Bnttct 



From one tooth to a full upper set, from %5 



OUR BROADWAY. 

ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 

[rnm the -«oji Francisco Bulletin, Saturday, April 
ifl, 1»7» ] 

Dariagtbe lait fin y-»ra tbe cre&t marcb of 
ImproTemiot Lai oeoterad oo Market Street. Tbe 
Grind Hotel, tbe elegant balldiog canatitatlng 
tbe "Nnclsu*," Bancroft's magmnornt ntroctnre, 
and maoy olhera ta tbe 'minediate vlotnity, lave 
gittn a marvelorts lmp>tas b o tae jrowta and 
prosperitrof tbat part of tb* IU". 

Tbe Palace Hotel, wtb mivy other projacted 
improvements, ell poioi with aaerrinc eert&iaty 
where tbe great trde of trade will hereafter How. 
Numerous wboleialere sodaUrgs number of re- 
tail merchioU bsTeseleottd Market otrset ae tbe 
basis of toelr trade, bclievkog it to be tbe main 
artery of San Praoolioo. To obtain s good froot- 
age on tbls tborongbfaie sieas oow impoiiible, as 
nearly everr atote, wbctber modern or old faab- 
looed, has armh of applicant*. Mr. P. Beamlib 
baring tborongbLr stalled tbia Qaestion cf loca- 
tion, some years ago eecared one of tbe elegant 
stores under tbe Nations, and be has recently 
rented tbe one adjaning, tbereby giving bis prem- 
ises a fro-.tage of 28 feet on Market street by 16 
foetoa Third, or, we migbt suta, almost tbe en- 
tire ground floor of tbe Nnelens Hotel. We had 
tbe pleasure yesterday of exAmiotog bie varied 
and extensive st?ck. cousiaiing of tbe most com- 
plete and well selected line of gentlemen's Fur- 
niabing Goods to be toned in this market. We 
also examined a very large aod floe assortment of 
Clothing, bath of foreign and domestic material, 
embracing every fashion and style soitable for the 
present season. 

Mr. Bsamish has never oarried an inferior line 
of goods since he baa o-eo in baaineas, and his 
bcccms as a me rob ant is owin*- entirely to the fact 
tbat be treats bis customers fairly; oonaeqaentl? 
tOey renew tbeir patronage. In some of our 
atorse, a buyer of eloabing or underwear receives 
tbe same treatment at lbs bauds of a certain class 
of shopkeepers, as unsophisticated countrymen 
daily experience oo Obatbim street, New York. 
This mode of fleecing the pabllo by gaarsnteeiog 
domestic goods for geoaice Scotch tweeds or 
west England cloths, his aroused the jatt indig- 
nation of our honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish is foremost in the ranks to lead 
pabllo oplnioo, and has ever made i£ his study to 
carry oat bis representations. So strict ly ia every- 
thing conducted fa bis establishment, that the 
mereet novice oan impliottly rely apon receiving a 
just return for bis expenditure. No second price 
Is taken oo purchases, which indicate a high 
sense of business honor. Bie entire stock, from 
the flee »t bearer or oassimere to a bandkerchief or 
a paokige of hose, is sold at a fair living price ; 
and an offer nuder that rats is respectfully bat 
emphatically declined. Tula one price system is 
tbe only standird of commercial honor. We 
know such etbics rarely find acceptance; with a 
certain class of bullosas men in San Francisco and 
other large cities, but etll they that striotly ad- 
here to them invariably aacoeed, while the others 
enjoy bat a modioinm of patronage. Ws believe 
that the mercantile classes of this country will 
soon be aroused to the necessity of uniformity of 
prices, and admit tbe oorrectnoss of the doctrine 
merely as a baaineas exp*diency,if not prompted by 
a higher motive. It was not out intention whan 
we commenced to write tbia article to esaame the 
attitude ef a moralist, bat we tbiak a word in sea- 
son may operate beneficially on quite anumberof 
oar shopkeeper! and raise tbeir jootiom of correct 
dfaliag to a higher stindard._ Ws would, tbere 
fore, cheerfully recommend all our friends and 
readers to call npon Mr. Beamish and inspect his 
fine and matchless atock of Famishing Gosde and 
Clothing, and we feel persuade J that tbe correct- 
ness of onr advlos will ba folly indorsed by their 
experience . 



Mananjers 

Of AmnsementB, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Stc-rett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the Ban Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, In Plain or Fancy Colore, ore turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sixes, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, in stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor in 1650, sad has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-cj 



Stxrevwrj orrle» : Strawberries 

The Matinee Fruit Store a09 Bush, is the place 
to obtain your nice, fresh Strawberries, parties 
patronising ns will b: promptly attended to, 
and can reat assured that their Berries will be 
sent home In good condition, as we have a 
light spring wagon expressly for tbat purpose. 
By leaving your address cur wagon will call for 
ordtra every day, tbereby saving our patrons a 
good deal ol trouble. Qlye us ft tilaL 1-r 



Trao Ferdlcu 

Half of the bett-drassed' geLtlimen in this 
city would say, IT ftfked the question where 
they had their clothes made, t hat they went to 
Balonn Je BtDudft, No, 613 Washington street, 
and would alto advise yon to go there U yon 
wanted a perfect-fitting suit made in the latest 
st.de, from either imported or domestic goods, 
at the lowest price compatible with a good 
garment, e a. 

Jos Gmsxa's Restaurant, at 105 California 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
the pnbli z si a place where nice Chops, Port r- 
Hoose Fteaks ant Gytt-re la eve y style could 
be had. ABhirt time since, Mr. Qlnsts made 
•n addition of a whole floor to his plane, so 
that he c nld accommodate families. His res. 
tiurant, as now constructed, can well be called 
a family re tiar a tt 6.af 

Music Hath Cnarms. 

Pianos tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and satisfaction guaranteed, by one tbat 
understands the bnalness. Also, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
at 751 Market or 54 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan. *-v« 

■BlsanJcetsi strati Flannels 
Well washed and not spoiled , at the What 

Cheer Laundry. • 

■s> . ■- 

BntcI>o-we>ll, snow Osu*dl Writer 
Beady toad* sad n-H .to order. Boom 10 

■06 Market street, eor. Post sad Montgomery n 

"Wraevt Oraosaar Ijftunary 

Is the bsst Laundry in Ban Freociaco • 



Jo JXot » ii flex- from Com*. 

The unfortunate sxuTerers from Corns, Ban- 
ana, Club and Ingrowing Kails, oan And Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
rate, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
*m*ak from experience, having terted the Doc- 
tor's capability. References raves Ifreqaired. a 



a. Pleasant oocatioc, 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings m a 
Central location, shoals visit the Alhambra, 
ind inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Trie bollding is a very fine one and Is well 
lighted and ventilated* -. .•«» 



Medical Wonder 

Cures rheunattsm, billions pain?, ceuralgla, 
ostarrh, and minor aches and pains . All Drag 
gists keep it. 3-b 

■ _ e : 

Db. Bexbs, Patent Gold Crowns tor broken 
or decayed Teeth, 230 Kearny street. 2-bh 
CTew Furnlsnins Goods. 

Cheap, at tbe Wbat Cbeer Laundry. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ROYAL_ OAK, 
Special 3NTotloe. 

RHBHBE8, THF. OLD SPOUT, 
■ bpffs <o inform bis patron* and frienda thai 
h* osa removed from ths old BED LION to tb 
KOYA.L OAK, 

683 Saeranoento Street. 

Free sod Easr every Satnrda; night, with a hoat 
of talsnt. 
BQ>- Grand Oo»Dlsg Ni c b t FRIDAY Jalr 3d . 
Sfsv* Don't forgei to gire na a call. jrl 



PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 



Corner of New Montgomery sand 
jatlaalvU st.etti, 



to x-Esrr. 

BT THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASONABLE RATES, FOB 

Circuses, Acrobats, Lectures 
or Meetings. 

Thia Magnificent BnildiDg bu StatiLK Aocom- 
mocatioo for 

3,000 PERSONS. 

For particulars apply to 

8UEBIDAS COBBTX i: CO , 
60a Monlgomtrj Street, 
Je23 Boobb O. 



TO LET. 
OPERA HOUSE, 

By the Night or Week. 

• 

Apply at the Box Office 

....'..OP 

MAGUIRE'S NEW THEATRE. 

j.iS 



LEAGUE OF^FREEOOM 

THIS SOCIETY WAS ORGANIZED LAST 
Tnesdsy Jnns 16th, by delegates of tbe 
"Grocers' Union Trades Union" atd "Personal 
Liberty League-" The object of tbs organization 
is maioal protection agaiost anr infringement 
up on personal rlgbia. Its prinolpal object now 1b 
to wots, againat Lot al Option. At a meeting held 
laatBTanlng tbe Learns of Freedom adopted a 
Code of Laws. To-dtr proper agents will canvass 
tbo ci ty for members— the j are empowered to col- 
Isct one dollar initiation fee and iaaus Certificates 
cf Hembsnbip. Oirtifioatss of Membership may 
site be obtained at tbe office of the Lesgae, Ho 
622 Clay street. Boom 9, from 9a. S.tolP m. 
Bi order of Committee, 

JULIUS BCHLERT. Beoretary. 
SsJMt 



G00DAV0RK, LOW PRICESa 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



|*T ACCORDiSirWITHTHE PBO. 

visions of an Act lev vln« a tax for St ate 
pnrpeaef, approved a€&rch *&, 1874, 
tat* Aodltor of the City and Count? of 
Son Fraaclifo has delivered to the on- 
deralgned dnplleatl aaaeaaaoent books far 
the flaeol rears 1 8 7 » 7 » and 1873-74 . 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 

Tint Taxes entered on aavld boots are 

now date and payable and will become 

dellaqaent on the flrat Monday of July, 

1 874, and that sasJeaa staid prior there to 

TWfJfTT.FlVE fJCK CIST WILL 

BE ADDED to the amoont thereof. 

A. AtSTIK, Tax Collector 

Cltr asd tJoanty of San franelseo. 

sayl2td 



<t£ty ^\C\C\ vTaotsd a parts bo invest tbs above 
JSt&tjyjyjm amomnt, it will par a reta.ro olfrom 
fliOOO to *i5,C0i In one year, lbs best paring bai- 



. 



1778. 



1874. 





FOURTH OF JULY 

SPFOIAL WOTIOH-ALL A8SOOIATIOW8. 
Independent Military Companies, and private 
indlvidnals, wbo intend participating in tbs an* 
proatbloe celebraiioD. and who have not yet sig- 
nified tbeir intention to do so, are reqncaled to 
notify the Grand MarBbal immediately, bo that 
tbey oan be assigned proper positions In tbe line. 
DAfUfiL NOROROHS. Grand Marsha). 

jolt-tf 



FOURTH OF JULY! 



Headquartehb Executive Committee,^ 
005 Clay street, near Montgomery. ) 

THE COMMUTES ON INVITATIONS AR» 
nowaeodingontiDvititioaB to the nnmerons- 
Orders, Sooietiet, OiginizitioES, etc, in tbis city 
ASD CITY OF OAKLAND, to join in the Pro- 
cession on tbe approaohing Anniversary of onr 
National Independence, Fearing, however, tbat 
■oae may be inadvertently overlooked and tba 
perhaps tbere may be thereby engendered a feel- 
ing that an act of ininetica bad been committed 
the Committee dtt-ires tbaa publicly to extend a 
cordial and heartfelt invitation to all organized 
bodies in the city, and in the CITY OF OAK- 
LAND, to take part in tbe celebration of the Na- 
tion's Birthday. A splendid procession is already 
aaaarsd. Let alt Join it in the spirit in which tbia 
Invitation Is tendered, and it will be a triumph 
surpassing all former oelebratlons of tba day In 
this eity. An early response is espeoially request- 
ed, ao that tbe Grand Marshal may be able to a 
sign the bodies aocepth>g. their appropriate pos - 
tiona in the line. 

It is proposed to organ<z» a company ef "AN 
TIQUB AND HORRIBLES," to take part in the 
Preceiaien. All desiring to join will please com- 
municate with the Ohairman of tbe Xnvitati 
Committee, 

By order of the Committee on Invitations. 

O. ?. VON RHfclN. Chairman. 

San FranoisO", June 16,1874, je-l9. 



1776. 



1874. 



FOURTH OF JULY! 



Headquarters Executive Committee* 
Ao. 60S Clay Street. 

TUB FOLLOWING NAMED GENTLEMEN 
have been appointed Collectors by the Fi- 
nance Committee, and are dnly authorised to re- 
ceive subscriptions in aid of tbe Otlebrition. 
Others will be appointed and announced ia a few 
days : 

H.Z. WHEELER, atlarge ; 
I J. TRUMAN and OH AS. M. LEART, Front St. 
E. T. AN1HONY, feaornnentn street, 
R. F. BUNKER, California Market; 
STEPHEN BARKER, at tbe MiSBion ; 
S. H. KAN r, atlarge; 
J.O. PALMER, at large; 
DANI&LNORi ROSS, at large; 
IRA P. RANKIN, Foundries, eto. 
B.J. dHAY. ALEX. GaTJLT, Kearny street, front 

Market to Jackson ; 
J. P. COCHRAN and W. F. HARRISON, hotels; 
HENRY BOHMlDr&ud H. VON TEN c EI ELD. 

Washington street and parallel streets north ; 
SAMUEL D. BAKER, Beoond, Third and Fourth 
etrset. 

By order of the Co mm tue, 
je2?-!t . O. GOIREY, Beoretary. 



FOURTH OF JULY. 



Antique & Horribles 



THE EXEOUTIVE COMMITTEE HAS VO- 
TED tbat a First Prize of 

One Hundred Dollars in Gold 

Shell be awarded to tho beet sustained character 
apptariug In the "Antique end Horribles" in ths 
prooessioo on tbe Foortb of Jnly. 

Othsr pnzje, to be bereafter announced, will bs 
awarded to the eecond a^d third best characters. 

All deBirlng to jain the company will please re- 
port to . O. F. VON RHEIN. 
Obairnan of tbe Invitation Committee. 

W. 0. GU1REY. Secretary. j» 



MUSIC. 

Headquabters Foubth OS 1 JLTC.T, > 
Ooumittze. No. 605Olay atresLr 

T EADER8 OF BAUDS, AND OTHER MU- 
BIC1A.UB wishing to offer their services for tbs 
Foortb of July Celebration , are requested to com- 
municate trith ths undersigned, as above, wltbont 
dilaj. 



jei:-tf 



OAPr. J. TtmLB, 

Ofaairman Mono Committee, 



(TRADE MARK.) 




CATARRH 



IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 
For Sale JE-T-ery-*vl»ere. 

CUKE BRICHAM. 



Napa Soda <o 

WUMJIO PMHML 
Ut g or a! Ire Toelr. • 

..14 SEvsrs-sr-^a.* . . 



per A house. MAGUIRH'S VIW TnBATEB. 

an Francisco Minstrels 





/S\/ikx PS 



9 .J) CVEllAW HOUSE. 



»*■ FRASCIIOI. raioAT. JTLT 1. urn. 



»rf. XIX 



X»T ul tHBAri.T 

r'urnishril 

with oa wmioi 

*Op«n tlTHi. 
J. LB. Sl.lN, 






• e*s t«r '■»<—— P ■ 



L4ST NICMT AND FAREWELL BENEFIT OF 



^WMSSB-K MR. CHARLES F E C IITER 

FOURTH OF JULY MATINEE »—.— ^.«„. 

THE LADY OF LYONS! 



part rmsT 



ISVMATKO DT. 



IBB.., 









• so. I. TMOMrxil 
w, ,,, ■ ,,, 

Tk« Lakes! ra*;***,** Act a* 
■f*crLLOUOH-»OOTH-riCHTSR, 

nuii m- "—-■[* WelUae 



ifl 



f( Com-*., 
•trctt. 

id mam 

l«t«n tiaf* 
I iillwrx! i » 

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UURMfl 

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KuinnAli 






4 AM ill Art i 

BST.SwW ! 



JULY. 



■ l*i iho StKi ]|(ti1 

VK'llik.X WHITE 

OLD BLACK JOE. 



T» ttm ■ «4* vuA live Local BarlM^n* iiM :• ! 

LOCAL OPTION! 

Or. the Female Crusaders I 

CsarUj Nistsrtoa 

. _.L#Mtff» Wsjiats 

G*ort» C. r->ar«-0 

..... M. Oarrell 

H H.rteo 

. TbtBti «■>«•*•■ 

. C. Wfaiu 

j. Vol, MMUnr 

For f%orta of Jo » M*Un*> oftlj. JOBSM IUIB8 bee 
*OiGB«Mr«4 in bit Qnillcltt 

THE OAKLAND GHOST, 

»• ■!«f«d be k a. far MMp 1M ;ubm. ____^ 

IOHDAY LV CUING 4CLT 5 

Ths pfrf-rmitM will eote:cd> wile * Ofaad 

OBAXjUBSJOB X7 AXO OB 
FOR TBI CH4kfrI0«aaiP A5D MZD4L8, 

In Light Double Song and Dance 

To b* ton* H for by GARBOI-L aod BUTLfcB, 

M 1ST A TIB a.d WBITC, WlLXlAMi and 

WILLtrtonl otb*»e. 

■>Mi4il«uii*ffM>tti»iUM at ftFPI.IQKR'S CIGAR 

• TORS. Mi Kitni tUMi, below Bstb, 



Jerry f . ■ 
CtaO*., 



Mr. E. ARNOT. 

Miss SYDNEY COWELL. 

Mr. CEORCE CID0EN8, 

Mr JOHN HOWSON, 

k.ISJJ3 TBB FTTL.U DRAMATIC COMPANY. 



this rvimnB 



JCLT 3 



Bt'LWER'B BoaMOtlc PUT. TBI 




m txws\ 



CLAUDE MELNOTTE CHARLE8 FECHTER 

!•!.. IHU UlllID AstNOTT 

nltUIIUT OUARLF.S EDMUNDS 

SL1TII OBOBOE GIBDP.S8 

DEBOHArFELEB FRANK BKA 

UABPAR ._ JOHH WILKES 

LANDLORD _ J. BORBT 

MUr O»»I0««..._ JUL". ROBINSON 

&KCOKO OFFICER.... R. HILL 

MA DIME DESCHAPPILLI3 HISS FANNY YOUNO 

WIDOW sULWOTTE „ „ _„ NIBS MARY WELLS 

PAULINE. ........... .... .............. ■■■■■■.■.■.....Mi88 LIZZIE PRICE 

Will Shortly A.ppo«r. 

Miss JEFFREYS LEWIS. Miss KATE BROWNING. 

Fourth of July Matinee and Evening. 

GREAT HOLIDAY BILL, BY THE ENTIRE STAR COMPANY, 

"MARRIED LIFE" and "THE BONNIE FISHWIFE." 



MONDAY EVENING * JULY 6 

. Tbe Popnlir Comedy ol 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

TUDATHH. 



JOH1M1VY TUERS 







H.1NMIUMI OF 


3V El 13 


BUOK.TJHT 






Tt.e Old riToriir. tad 


1ME1M 


m 


IDA TULJ±~T. 

T-* n-e*tBf t.m^iui 



»SII»II««INT or 

rissss OAnHIB WILiIiM 



• F.ntNT or 
Mia* IDA F1BK. 



■JDLT it 



THIS EVEHIHO 

T.» frost.), vill iVMsaHv.. «iu> a 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FOI 

riQlit.lv Pit* tbe VARIKTT WALK AROUN&. 



Over I are Ore b eat r 



OVERLAND TRAVELER.. 

N#d Batklsr Aod titer j Dtro* 

■ •■ s nsd Daaee Ids Fish 

Hiil «d K.lla m«o 

Oonblo Zlnt-irwlls .R*»«* TlsMit aid Msnlt Bnwsr 

In Moos; •»■*» Dnat«. 

'lOST •I"hnnr S*r1«»B 

VocaI «#■»• « -rrl« Wllllt 

l>oul>ie P*tk» ...LIbjiIo Wsrn I «ad Mil'. HUnrM 
Boon H •>■(!*> Brewer 



I Want to be a Doctor 



Doctor 0qi«»I1 . 

Bnoclit 

Bmr Mnt... 

"erto-romle Hone. 

Hoitir... 

Medle (Leg . 



. .Frank Mortlatovo 

Johaor Tnin 

..Job nor Prloo 

Id* Mmr 

ALaitte to. 

Ida. Flak 



MOHTIMORB. 



Nooar 

Hatch Hongs., 
Nun. 



Mile HisnfM 

Hurry Dtrof 

Osrrie WllMi 



DODGING FOR A WIFE. 

Morilmore ....Dstov Prloo. ...And... .Mis* Migsto Brtwsr 



Funcy Uanft,.,. 

«i» lln J 

Horn pi po 



...„Roi« Tlsaett* 

Mile. Bianchs 

Llaale Worrel 



Orertnra. 



Poisoned I»lll Z 



Morlimoro Toera.. 



STAR 
Ale and Porter. 

DEPOT. SSI M1RKET 9TBIET. 



■ mirilLn * KOIEMi 



Try SOUTHBRN FAWWm 
it 



Opso Day aod Nnjht. Ladle 
'Summer dtrtft, «■* K«s*rny. 



Department. Qhopa and •Torything in market BQrrad to Order. 

between California and Pino 



Pan 

Roast 



W, H. SCHNEIDER. 
&UNSMITS, 

NTo. SB Ocury Street. 

N..r U.rk.t and Kearny atrceta, S.n 
1.12. tt 






PLATT'S NEW MUSIC HALL. 



m 

WlMIBASTO- 

I 

JWlll. - "" 

BlWBl.'f 1 " 

id***** 
-•UK"' 

Vi)S»» £ " 

****% 

[C 

Fmiw* 

;** | DISTINCT EHTEirTAIMMEHTS. 



TOR A SHORT 8IA30R WITH THE 

Grandest Show in the World 

THE ORIGIN. L TROUPE Or 

ROYAL MARIONETTES! 

FROM THE 

St. James' Hall, and Crystal Palace, 

liONDON. 



-.., , ,, . O.TST.L P^.*CE, .TDIMHAM. 

TBI.I.Ionrul, ib.t l>. M.non.ir.. fnlfi l.d . (orttl.bt 
■■l.S.n..nt.li». <:,,. alP.l.o. In F.ljtna , oT tr.....r .n^l 
r.V,. ' wblo i 1 vt ™» ,h ' lr .-fformaao., wer. wlm.Mfld by 10 .0 
vulwr. witb ..id.Di MiiafaoUoo . 

J- W ILEINSON. Hanac.r. 

Tbalri.ooMlnH,. Tor*. RoaloD, Phil.l.lpbl. .nd Baltl- 
n3,t " d .11 «itlM *,»▼• b*.o hooor.d win tb, aim. f.»jr. 



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It) 



HP 
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9 eK fc 
irK"*' 

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Mfiifa parforroanoa to tonclnda wttb. Ue Fain Pento- 
mlnot of - 

Little Red Riding Hood ! 

Toe Often- of tbe H oaf •bold, filled wito If «ele«l Oeme. 
wlib Band aid Uhoros of tpentjr pareosa, 



THREE MATINEES EACH WEEK 

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. 



PRICKS OF ADMISSION. 

»""»! •.•!., A. alt. SI o» 

CklUi.a. O.ar.i. «« ceM* 

'""•"• W.ul, 

■•«• - .•«. SS US SI* 

MatlmM. so Mat. w .11 w i, of ik. Mobm 



BPEOIAL NOTIOB.-Boboola .Mlrlu to .tund maw W.tl.M 
."f Bo°.' *£^ tMm - * Ub "* 1 dlM °*" ■«• 6» .',"">ll. 

'T^i* 4 i.' >A* B, 'L rnd«, jtd, u, an 



. — Box C ffloe. 
•■ftta: can lea aaoarad e( 
AdvOBO-. Jl 

MODONOUGU 



dara la 

a.ar". 



i^jTnS* aV! 1 * 'L U H *".. '" '*»">>•<> bf T.M. AM. 



KM 



Only Authorized Agents on this Coast 

FOB THE CELEBRATED 

'Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 

....AND THE.... 

"ALLIGATOR TIES" and "GAITERS," 

THE MOST OOMFOBTABLE, 

Durable arid Fashionable Shoes In Town. 




"Truth Crashed to Earth Shall Rise Again." 



VICTORIA C. WOODHULL 



....FOB BEE.... 



FAREWELL APPEARANCE 

Will KYlow the now more tbjn 



f notorious 



-*XiSO THB I.A.ZIG13ST, 

Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 

....or.... 

Genu'. ladies', Kisses' and Infant's 

BOOTS and SHOES 

eveb onxBED m bah raAiioisoo. 



xxaax^Aj.^ 



BEECHER-TILTON IMBROCLIO 

By the delivery of an Oration, ettltled 

"The Naked Truth/' 

....nr.... 

PLATT'S NEW MUSIC HALL, 

....ON.... 

Friday Evening, July 3, 1874, 

At8,.£0 P. u, Poora open at 7:S0. 



ADMISSION 

RESERVED BEATS 



._ .....BO Cents 

SI 00 



CAS BE BEODBED AT 

13? Montgomery Street, Boom .20, 



Or ai the Bex Offlee after 10 A. M. of tbe dey of the 
Lectors. 



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OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR Ol, CO., 
Bill and Card Distributors 

FOB OAKLAND aad 51CI.VITT, 
Will f.ltbtallr make distribution, of 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

Aod srerr dsaorlotioa of 

Printed Matter 

At moat RBHOo.ble r.tsa. 
TAYLOR & CO. DI9TR1BUTB 



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FIGAHO ' 



In Oakland eTery day, aod are to be tolled 



THE OLD 

not sooton, 

No. S (formerly IS) Horlaa Street. 
a AlOOr. from K.arar, 

All Dr-iiilis Ten Cental 
Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM MnUERRY IN TOWN. 

Alwajaontll'— tbeNow York Herald. Hsrper'e 
Waskly, Frank Lesllti's. Day's Doings, Polios Oa- 
zotte, ail tbe Oalitarnia paoers, alao ibe Loodon 
Panob, Bell's Lif*-. lllu.uated Londeo ttewe. Oall 
aod satisfy yoanelf. 
•tfr Don't forgot tbe sign of the Hot Beteteh^ 
jel3-tf W. B. WALDRWf. Proprietor. 



JOHN McC ARROW, 

H0R8ESH0ER and FARRIER 

.4 10 THIRD BTEKBT, OOBHKB PBBH1T- 
**A«# WarranU to oare loterferloc or Orer*. 
reach aaR. Corns and Braise* will reoelTe pronip 
atUotlon. 
■ser- Satlsfaotlon givwu In all eaeee. 



ALZJ 



CANDIES. 

M os the rarmet oajtdt 

*«ar Stan Oa.0, FaMir d^ll. All 

OJJI* T 'g W AOHBsV. 
lsrr Ho.ts.aun as. osaxB.ttsF 



"* V I Gr .A. FL O . 



TZ JOT/BJTAL CF AMUBXltEST". 
oar ST 

DUE 



.^fcllsksd ever} liar in . ■ * 
F, . B O O- A. 



CSS Vennul uJ SB* Wntblnrton •<* 
Below Honttororj. San yraooiaco. 



FBIDA.X JDLI 3, 1871 

AHU8EMENT8, Etc. 

California Theatre.— The ruth io sea 
Mr. Sothtrn io bta world-renowned character of 
""Lord Dondrearj in "Oar Amerioan Ooaein" con- 
tianes nr.abated. Ibis pieoe will be pined through 
the week, and at tb* Foarth of Jaly matiaee, On 
Monday Robartaon'a comedy of "Home" will be 
produced wah Mr. Sotbero and Miss Bella Pate- 
bud is the oait. 

iLisriEE's New Theatbe— To-night thai 

admirable Artist. CbarUa Feohter. will take hia 
farewell bentflt aod maka hia lait ecpsarance at 
tbis'bonse. Sao F.-amiioo owes to iteeir to make 
tbii benefit an eTidenoe of the apprec ation of 
bigb art woicb should (if it does not) prtTail in 
tbia cosmopolitan oily. A greater astor tbao 
Oharlas Fechter bai nerertroddeo tb* bca-dsio 
this eit y. He le nntven io hie excellence, bathe 
is &wi,i i true artist. Whenever there is aaj 
I sale in his prelVrmanoa it ia to ba attribated to 
phy,- 1 a! ditabilitj. "The Lady of Lyons" will be 
Uia play to-tight, with Mr. Feobter in til great 
i enperaonation ef Olande Malnotte. We trust 
tbat portion of tbe public capable, of appreciating 
the psrieat'.oa of histriocio art wedded togetioa 
will take ttii opportatity of rend«ringan ovation 
to »o worthy an aiponentas Obarlea Fechter. At 
tbe tzatinee to-morrow "Married Lite" aod : *The 
BjtLia Fi*bwift>" Will constitute the entertain- 
mest. 
Oeeea HorsE.— Thia evening the San 

Francisco Minarets, compiisirg some of the most 
popular performers in tbe State whose mmes ap- 
pear on our Brat page, v ill oommence a short Bea- 
ton at ihii bonao. Tbe bill for tonight will con- 
sist of a cari'&l Sret part, an abasing interlude, 
and a screaming afterpiece. After the first part, 
OirrcII aod Bntler will appear in tbe doable song 
and dance "Dowd Among tbe TJaiciae/'next the 
Wbi:« Br* there, who have remarkaJly fine voices 
will ting a duet, Japanese Tommy, only thirteen 
inches high will- make hit appearanoe, Geo 
Thorxpsoc nil iiog fci; balled "My Gal,"presented 
-to tin by the anther, that ell California favorite, 
"Walter Biar, J. M. Davis and F. 0. Warner wil 1 

.sing "L»ib sard Watch." Gsorge Wallace, Charier 
Hiokeraonaad H. Morton,niII appear in t lie local 
barltfqne net ol MaUallonga - Booth - Fechter^ 
ltealayera^d White will appear ia toe SDng and 

-daooe 'Walking io the Starlight" Geo. Thompson 
will appear in his uinitable apsclality of "Old 
Black Joe," and the performance will terminate 
with the laughable borUfqae entitled "Local Op- 
tion or the Female Crusaders, ' io which Obarlea 
Ki:keraon, will appear aa Snoozsr, Georga Wal- 
lace a? Pally Smart, Geo. Tnompson aa Flopping 

-Pitts. H. Morton as Jerry Fanafia, aid others aa 
loach fiends, local optiOLists, eto. To-morrow an 
extraordinarily attractive maiioee will be Riven at 
which Job nor Taers, one ef tbe most ecceatric 
and (aleated of ail San Fiaaoiaco miaetrels will 

-appear in hia great speciality of "Tha Oakland 

Ghoii" as played by him nearly three hnadred 

Dights. Thure will also be a performance io the 

, evanicg, and tbe aeaeoa will close oa Sunday nigh t 

wiLbagiand challenge dance. 

Spanish Dramatic Performance.— Sr. 

Laqae'a Spaalsh Diainaiij Company will give aa 
extra performance at this theatre on Sunday 
night: The gratd five aot drama of "Maaaniello, 
or the Liberator of flaplsa" will ba played oathi B 
occasion. 

\ Madame DrBEr'e Beseem. — Madame 
iret'* benefit iaat night at the Opera House was 
not as well attended aa it should have been. All 
present enjoyed tbe performance muoh. "The 
Orusadera" caused considerable laughter, Mme- 
Duret playing the i&rt of Mra. Bidgar capitally* 
and O. D. Caipiin making a good deal oat of Tom 
Oarbarrj- Tbia was followed by a musical olio 
aod the performance terminated »ith the burlea- 
<IU6 of "Aorma" in which G. D. Ohapliu was a 
huge auccess as the Draid Priesteei, and the 
Misses Aibertine aod Noko AlcOabe acted with 
much spirit and Bang charmingly. 

New Bella Union Theatre. — James 

A. Heroe one of the funniest Irish corned, ana 
living, ia creating a perfect furore at this house in 
the comic drama of "Handy Andy," Mi so Alice 
Boas, Ed Murray, Jennie Johoaon, H, R. Archer, 
and a host of others appear nightly. A monster 
Foarth of July bill haa bean prepared. It is pub- 
lished on our firet page. 

Buckley's New VABiETt Theatre.— 

Joho&y Tuera and Nad Buckley appear nightly 
at this h case in soreami ng acta, Mia* Ida Fiak the 
nopalir aocg aod dance artiite, Mita Carrie Willis 
Toca.ist, Miss Maggie Brewer and many others 
take part ia the programme. 

Woodwabd's Gabdens— A Gbeaz Act.— 

The Holtum Cannon Act, oaloticg a solid ball 
fired from a mountain howiiasr. will ba performed 
fcaturdayand Sunday. The Illuminated balloon 
Ascent Satarday evening, 

ajiatokical hlDajc'ja, — One ot the most 

•wzaplesa collections of tbe kind in the Uni tad 
*ttWi, eompriaing hundreds of oostly and btau- 
llful wax models. Is daily on view (to gentlemen 
•si?) at the MUMum on Montgomery atrefct. As 
tour may ba orofltabls enant harsh 

Kote3.— The champion medila to be" 
■awarded for the best light double soogaud dasoe 
to be contested for after the regular minstrel 
performances at the 0;era House on Sunday 
sight, are the tixe of a trade dollar, and are very 
handsomely got up by Liitd, the manafactnring 
j)weieron Merchant street. They will be on ex- 
hibition to-day and evenings at Sherman & Byde'a 
oornerof Kearny a:,d Soiter street, and on Satar- 
day and Sunday at Eppinger'a cigar store Ksarny 
below Bash street, 

Joe Murphy has retarned to this oity after a 
trout hunt in Pesosdare Greek. He brought back 
over 4» speckled wagtails with bim. 

Carroll, Butler. Mastayer. White, Williams and 
Willis, care entered thtir namee for the neat aong 
aad dance contest for the champion medals at the 
Opera House, on Sunday n/gjt, July 5th. The 
■contest win be a very apirited one. 

Cottofi, Arlington sad others of thanBwcombi- 
satisn c* tnioatrel talent eagsged by Manager Ma- 
gnirev .rrivs hereon Saturday theih. 

ViotorU 0. Woodbol! who haa got Into mnoh 
trouble by tilling the truth, but seems determined 
to persist in doing so, will delivar her final leotfire 
at the above named hall, on Friday evening, July 
3d. The t.le of the lecture will be 'The Naked 
Truth," and Mra. Woodhnll will apeak from her 
personal knowledge of the sots of Henry Ward 
Beecber, which tie at present caising so much 

tilt 

Charts' Fechter, L : xzle Priee. Mrs. Masdsr and 
Mrs. Millais will leave for New York on ths morc- 



The oharn;iag comedy Of "Exlramas" will be 
p a;cd at Maguire's New Theatre on Monday. 

Tbessaennof the Boiat Mari?aettea will com- 
mence at P a. i's Ball on Tnei day inly 'tb. Tbe 
programme will comprise n< pro minstrtlsy, f acto- 
c nt and paotomime, cloelog with a aagnifl;«nt 
transfermatioo aoent . We prophecy groat topa- 
larity for ihH novel entertainment. 

Lew Battler will aot aaone of tfce judges at the 
Song and Daaoe contest for the Champion Medals 
at the Opera Houae, on Sunday night. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

In New York nearly evsry theatre is doled.' The 
attiaotlooa for the Summer eeaaon are not very 
large, aod the andisnoss are proportionately 
smal'. Theor.ly itim of intereet Is tbefolloniog 
wbioh we take from last New York OHpper re- 
oeivsd: Ao it jiootion was granted In the Superior 
Ceart dariag the sa;t week prohibiting Charles B. 
Thorre, Sr., the manager of Nihlo's Garden_ 
from producing "The Two Orphans," aa had been 
announced for June 22. The iDJnuctioa was pro- 
cured by tbe man* gars of the Union-Square The- 
atre, wbo claim that they purchased the drama ot 
"Lea Deux Orphelinee" from the author bsforeit 
had been acted upon aoy B*ag>, and that auder the 
common law their eels right to their property 
therein can be nninttiaed and protected. A heat- 
ing will be had tbia week to determine w&ether or 
not the ir jaeticm ahail be perpetual. The mana- 
ger of Niblo'eGirden auoouuoea for this eveaiog 
anew play eutitled "J'heTwo Sisters, or the De- 
formed," the etoryrplDt. Bcene and it-ci dents of 
which are localised for the city of New York, 
The matter of the injunction was set down for 
arfrument to-day, in the Supreme Court Cham- 
bers; but tbe Court, being engaged in the trial of 
another oase, adjourned the hearing until Tuet- 
dsy, it 16 o'eloek A. H. Bsfora tbe adjournment 
was aettled. tbeeonnaelfor tbe defendant stated 
tbat they had arranged to perform apiece called 
"The Two Sisters' for to-night, and did not know 
whether it was claimed that the performance of 
tbat piece won id be a violation of the injanction. 
PlaiutiftY couusel distinctly fltated that they did 
acclaim, aid would move to punieh the defend- 
ants for a contempt of Oonrt, if it turned out 
that the performaoca of "Tbe Two Meiers" was 
but an evaian of tbe order of thiB Caart,as they 
believed It, to be. The Court stated that they 
were not in tbe habit of permitting tbeorderaof 
the Court to be violated or evaled, and that any 
performance of a play similar to"TbeTwo Or- 
phans" would be at the risk of the defendants. 

Delebantyand wife, Thomas Hengler and their 
agent, E^tanley, sailed lot Europe ou tbe 2Hh 
alt., by tfreeteam'ihtp Qaeen. 

Olive Logan Sjfeaseiara next BeaAOn. She will 
sail from Liverpool on the Adriatic on Jul; 9 for 
tbia city. 

Mr. Wal!n3k acted 195 times duricg the season 
lately closed at b Is theatre, 

Prof. Hermann, tbe nrajieiau. is performing in 
Pbil&delphla,-«t the Walnut Street Theatre. 

The Otijsgo later-Ocean says cf 'M. Alpbdoss.' 
"it baBn't the" l9Pg-wind»d, Bbarp-oernered, nn- 
reasonableness of Eartley OampbeU'e playe^-al-.. 
though it abounds in that speo : at delight of hia 

tears, and tbe emotion, 1 spectator sheold go 
provided with plenty of the hemstitched, a bucket 
nd an umbrella," _ 

Mine. Janauachek'i Fall company will Decom- 
posed ef the following ladles and gentlemen*: 
Mib. Isabella G. AabtoD and child, and iJr=. Mia- 
ie Monk, I-ab-la Preston and Bate Fletcher, 
and Geo. D. Caaplaio, J- Sefton, A. D.Bradley, 
John Morton, W. G. Shine, and J, B. Ashton; A. 
Joel, busioesa rxanpger, Mme. Jananscbek will 
open her aeaeon at the Ljceom tbestra, in thia 
city. ^^" 

The Majilton Family have engaged Misi Blanch 
Coleridge, a pleasing young Bnglieb actress, for 
their Fail tour in tbia country. - . - - - 

Anew theatre will be opened in Charleston, S. 
0., under the management of John T. Ford, of 
Baltimore, aboutNov*mber let. 

Mr. J. P. Kilboume will play in "The Enamp 
Angels," at Wood's Mnsoum, during the week 
commencing July 6th. 

Mile, Bletoii will play Lidy Macbeth, is Eng- 
lish, on the occa i:n of her next vi.it to tbia conn- 
try, ia March next. 

The Obioago people have been favo:&biy Im- 
presBed with tbe acting &f Miss Ada Dyaa. The 
Inter-Ooean, of Tueeday last, said: "Mi» Dyas 
has won a very high place in the esteem of the 
Chicsgo public. No astreBS tbat has appeared 
here of late years- caa »t all compare with her ia 
enactions! patta, and last evening's requirement) 
seemed to develop even greater power than had 
before been aeen- Her Baymonde, in its pure ia- 
tegiity, womanly tenderneas, easy power, and 
winning grace, is one of the moat ficiihed pieces 
of acting we have ever seen. Nothing was wast- 
ing to make i: perfectly natural, n point few ao- 
treasea reach." 

There was an important artival at-BirnunTa on 
the I7th ult.. It was that of the largMt black 
rhinoceros ever exhibited. He weighs 9,599 
pounds, or 2,200 pounds more than tbe largest 
rhinoceros ia the London Zoological Gardens, 
Hii body ia encased in a heavy leather-like hide, 
which overlaps at the joints, making folds nearly 
two inches thick. Pi ■ lege are ebort and stumpy, 
and his tail re ten b Us the blaiksniJt-.s a^ed by 
teamsters io the Wettern coantr). His bead is 
covered «ith the same tLick hide wti.-h envelops 
hia body, and npon bis forehead and about hia 
eyee and ears it ii piled up like plates. The am" 
mal had a large, sharp horn, which projected from 
bis aneut juBt above hia nostrils, but the menatere 
head was chained down, and, in spite of hi t angry 
anortaasd endeavors to get away, thia horn was 
aawed off cloee to bis snout. A cage upon wheels 
«as made on purpose for the rtiooceros' acoom- 
modationB. It it heavily barred with steel upon 
•the aides and front- Hia bead ia chained to a 
stoat biam. and heavy oak plank prevents hia 
backing. There la barely room for the rhinooeroa 
to eland aad lie ia. ■ If he WM given .more apace 
bit immense strength would enable him to break 
from all restraint, and the havoc he would make, 
if loose, may ba imagined but cannot be estimated. 
His immense weight mat be real sad from the 
faot that when tbe cage oontainitg him waa drawn 
into tbe Hippodrome, tbe wheels crushed tbroagb 
the concrete flooring in many plaoea to ths depth 
r,f from two to three inches. He il now on exhi- 
bition at the Hippodrome. 

Norriitowo, P;. , is having a pretty and commo- 
dious opera house built . It will be ready for open- 
ing in Augaet. * . 

Tbe Majiltoos, now encoeasf ally performing In 
London, have reorganized th»ir eaeentiio comedy 
company and bars added "Qjwksilvjr Dick" to 
their repertcire "Gabriel Grub" has also been re- 
constructed, and qni-e a number of engagements 
have been mada by their agent, Col. T. Allstcn 
Brown, for tbe ensuing season. 

An Indian tribe in Wisconsin baa organized a 
brass band and, aa the savagea are protected by 
tbe Goveroment.the white people have no redress. 
Than ii grtafc deal of hard feeling among the 
ci issna towards the young aboiisine wbo plays 
the cymbal!. He performs with aucb earaeatneM 
and lisor that a vigilanoe committee bas been or- 
gan zsd to way lay 'bim aad take bim apart, in or- 
der to ascertain whether he is a realledianor 
is merely lirated together and run with a etaam 
engi&e. The manner in wbioh he wakes the 
echoes ami 3 the everlasting hills would make a 



cumba. He goes calmly around among hts liitln 
family, removes thtir huir, and sca'ps the hi" d 
siil and colored boy, and after rt tking upthecol- 
l*c on, he bauds the whole lot of bunches ove - 
to tbe band, wbi ,b goes off happy to aweet strain* 
from the harmcalo ycuoR cymbal p!a?er. 

Barry BoiliTao will urobablj vi.it Amotiaa thh 
yaar, Sam Ooliille hiving offered him £6.000 for 
tolrtr weekr. 

Psi lip Phillips, the "L^mb of Istaal," was to 
•icg "Put me ia.my Little B-d."and "Come Home 
Father, Oome Home," at 0-s:]e. N. Y., 19ib. 

Edwin Adama will apar.d bis Summer vacation 
with Joe Jefferson, at Bice Lake, >'■ Y., having 
rented hia Long Branch re&idsoce lor tbe Sum- 
mer montna to Bobert Fox of Philadelphia.,. . -, ■ | 
Frank Mayo and Boaa Band retu-ned to New 
Yerk city, 16th ultimo, baviag concluded a aeven 
weeks' tour in tbe New England cities, with 
"Davy Orocket." 

As the old Louisville Theatre Is undergoing de- 
molition to make room for the Courier- Journal 
building, the following are a few items connected 
with Louisville dramatic annals. A paper pub- 
lished at Bedford, Pa., in 1SC8, eaye: At Louis- 
ville, in the Bute of Kentucky, a town aboutfour 
times as large aa Bedford, tbey hare no ohnrch 
When the earthquake gave them the first shook 
they grew vary devont ia oae night ; and on the 
next day, with long faces, tbey aubsoribed $t,0u0 
to bnild a house Of public woratij. There the 
matter rested until the second shook came, when 
another devout paroryim produced another 
$1,000 It rested agiin until the third earthquake 
and devout fit produced another subscription to 
the same amount. There was no more of (he 
matter. The earthquake did rot return, and the 
LotievillianB concluded the devil wouldnotaeod 
for them fora few years more, and in the mean- 
time determined to be merry. Tbey immediately 
builta theatre, which cost them ST.OOi), and em- 
ployed a oompaoy of actors, the offscourings of 
maritime city theatre. To this company, they 
gave about $■:(' per week, till at length the actors, 
instead of raibing tbe certain, broke through it, 
and broke each other's heads with atioka. and tbe 
heada of eonse of the auditors who interfered. 
The earthqaakeB have lately begun to abake Louis- 
ville * gala, but whether tbey laugh or pray I have 
not heard." 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

SAeBAMJnsio.— The Aimes Troupe opened at 
the Mi t:opolltan Tceatre on Tuesday tveninr, 
aud "Lh Grande DacbeB£B"w&a performed to a 
Urge aod brilliant audience. On the follow- 
ing evening "La Fllle de Madams Aagot" was 
p-rformed, and the Beason clore'd on Thurs- 
day evening ■with "Barbe Bleue " The troupe' 
st&xted for tbe E .et on Friday morning. 

Eiibeka, Cal.— Vivian at latest dater, wab 
giving «ntett*inmenii at Pxatt'a Opera Hcase. 

Exibeka^ Nav.— The Templetoo Troup?., Fay 
Templeton, Miss Alice T. mple.on and ct'i&cs 
have been playing here during the week lo 
good hou-e = . 

- -eAXrT.LAXg,— The Yokea Family were to open 
at tlic thtatrd od the 3d. John WildOn'sCl- 
CUS Vfilleihltit en the 4! h, 

OiiiEU„— The Yokes Family played' at the 
tbe. tre on tbe 27tb, 2S h and 29th ult. 

COErKHB.— John Wilson's Palaoe Amphithea- 
tre Circus Tiot.pi-, con prlfcltg the Dockrllls, 
the KenBbelB and the OarloB, performed here 
on July 3d. 

Disves. Col. — At the theatre Johnny Thomr;. 
eon opened on July let under the management 
of O. Kennedy. At tht Cricket Varieties, O 
B. Brace was playlCg in "Bip Van Winkle,'" 
and Harry Spilgge, Octavia OorleU, Lizzie Har- 
mon and Lew Parser were members of the 
oompaoy, m 



oyators. 
In stPoUlng round the other night, 
To look Lt -'Frisco by gas light, 
Uui oarelesa feat, by ch&oce old stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, mad.- a eoreen 
Throneh which a sweet bouquet was Been f 

~ While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er whioh the waters softly fell, 
Made that window seem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea. 
Stop," said my friend, "let's go in 6e« r 
ft looas ao nice— and try their chf**."; -' 
"All right," I said, '*I must agree' 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So Booner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish- 
Bald they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It tine., 
And cooked magmfcsntly, too; 
Ail kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; just think of that, 
And If your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam b and orabs aud terrapras's] 
£n fact. v« found they had within . 
Tbat cosy place all kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we oould name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladies, toe, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have bererthe best loe cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners, * 
To get what they call "such nice dinners.** 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'U find made plain : 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 3S7 Bush street, above 

Montgomery; open Day and Sight, 

OHABLBS HAAEB. Proprietor, 



If one wishes to pass an boar or two pleas- 
antly at the game of billiards, no pleasanter 
place can be found in the eit; taan Chapman & 
Ten ill's Billiard Parlor, Nor. these t corner 
Bush and Kearny streets entrance on Bush, 
From the window a good view can be had of 
lw s of our busiest ttrerts Bash and Kearny. 
Local Option cot In force; for the best of 
Wines, L quors and Cigars, aie served at the 
bar for UH ceit3. 6-1 



What Cheer J_.auuclry "Wagons 
Call for and deliver clethes in all parti of the 

oity. »-.—». 



PERSONAL. 



MBS, M. J. FABBBLL, LADIES' HAIR- 
dresser, late of Dohertj's Hair Stire, baa re- 
moved to No. *it Keamj- street, up stains, rooms 
24 and 2d. All kind' of hair work nude to order 
- ' fel2-lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booksellers and »ttttlon*rs. 
H H. Moore, 609 Ue-ntgomerr, near Merchant. 

Bntchera. 
KatK, Fred. Stalls H to 100. California Market 
l 4 it ' Aentlats. - - . 

H. T". Pope, 6 Hantgomerr Street, 

Davis A, Case, 22Mont«o , merj stieet, oppoeitet he 

Liok House." 

HnmoB Hair, 
Sampwn. A, B. * Oo„ 110 Second atre t U 

TTbltencra and Paper' Hanger", 
A.W. WheWen;!?. 1 GeaxystiBsit. __ Q _ n 



RECREATION, 

Grand Success 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

Hundreds Aval!Inc[ themselves of the Great 
Inducements Offered by the 8. F. & N. P. 
B. B. Go. to make one of the most de- 
lightful tripsin the country, which 
Is through the beautiful Sonoma 
and Bussian River Valleys. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN FARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

DOHAHTJE, 

FSTALrHA. 

EEALDIIIBB, 

SANTA KOSA. 

6£T8EETIlir, 
CLOTEIIIIiLE, 

GETSEBS ! 

THE 8. F. AHD N. P. B. R. O0„ AT TBE 
tamest solicitation of its patrons, a. well as 
tbe troDlio generall,, have made a great redaction 
io their regularrates. aa an indecaaieot to Kzonr- 
alonlBts to make tbe most delfthtfnl. and, witri.l, 
tbe most pictnrisgoe aod exciting trip to the 
Great Natural Wonder of this Gout, 

THE CREAT GEYSERS! 

Via Oloverdale, retoroiDg via Oaliatoga, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All reaowoad Places of reaort for pleasure 

seekers. 8.F.4N.P.R.K. Co. 

connects at UloTerdale with 

VAN J.RNAM ii KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



Bt thin ronte 70U enjoy a double pleasure trip; 
a beaot'fnl trip oa the Bay od tbe strainer ANTti- 
LOP r to Docabne Laading, »nd then by tbe o«ra 
throogb (he most beautiful aad fertile vallcya on 
the Ut-aat. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For the Ro^nd Trip, good till the lotiowmg 

MONDAY MORNING, at the fot- 

lowjog rates : 

Te Pctalnma and Ketan.. 01 50 

To Santa Bou and Ketorn 3 OO 

To Meald*bnrs; and Bctum 4 OO 

To Cloverdale and Betarn,., 5 OO 

To Stcti»g!»* Sprlnga und Kettim,. . 6 50 
Bound Trio Tickets to the Gey- 
«crs and relurn, vln Cloverdale 

(Good to October aiet).. I8 60 

Gryier» and return, via Calla- 

toira l« OO 

To the Geye«re Direct c 75 

. Guyoern, via Oloverdule to.Calla- 
toBja, to the JPeirlfled Foreat 
and reium to this city (Good Io 

October 31il) IB OO 

Boaoa trip tiokets to the Qeyeera good for the 
season 1314. 
- - tIT— *f fc. THE STEAMER 

Leavea dailj (Snod-avs expeotad) from Sao Fran- 
cisco at '2:S0 P. M., from Front' Street Wharf. On 
Sond&Fa.at S A. M. Betaming, arrivea in Sao 
Fra&oieco Sunday erentcg, at 7 o'clooft. Tickete 
on board the ateamer. « . 

e, B. GERDES. 
Geo. Pass, and Ticket Agent. 
A- A. BEAN, Snp't, . 

GJEiVJSKAI, OFFICE, 
mail-'f 486 Hontgomery Street, 

DAILY LINE. 




ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1374, THE TJN- 
deraigned wiil rnn hia regalarhoe of eix-horsa 
Concord Uoachea between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Oonnecti dc with daily trtina both Rorth and Sonth 

Having rnn this lice for two years withoort an 
accident oconriDg, oe ie confident he can continue 
tbe eame with eafetr to the public. 

Through Tickets to the Springs from San Fran- 
cisco and ail required information may be had at 
SOS Montgomery Street* and at the She 

Jone Kallroad Depot, San Franclaco. 

Private Qotmyanca f arniehed by letter or tele 
graph. Airire.a 

X.. IT. WTrEK. Gllroy, 
P. O. Box 3». or by W. F. i Oo. 

Bay yoar Tbroagh Tiokets and never be delayed 
on tbe road. ap6-tf 



S. F. and JS. P. fl. R. Co. 



ON AND AFTER APRIL 13. 1674. THE 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oopt Galloway, con- 
neotine at Donahue Landing with tbe oars for 
Qlovnrdala aod Intermediate stations will leave 
San Fran cisoe dailr from Front Street W barf at 
BiiJo o'clock. Returning will leave Oloverdale at 
fl A. M . oonneoting at Donabue Landing witb 
ateamer. and arriving in Saa Francisco at 11 A M . 
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. 
The steamer ANTELOPE will leave Front atrset 
wharf every Sunday morning, at 8 "o'clock, con- 
necting at Donahne with oars for Petaluma, 
Santa floss, Healdftburg, Cloverdale. Returning, 
the train leaves Cloverdale at 2 o'clock, p.m., 
connection with s'eamer, arr.YiBg at San Franois- 
oo at 7 o clock. Excursion tickets at rednced 
rates. Connections made with atages for Sonoma, 
Dkiab. MeDdoomo and Ulesr Lake. 

No freight can be received after 3 o'clock p.m. 

For further in formation apply aCOompinj's 

office, 4SO Montgomery street. -*_lwn 

P. DONAHUE. Presidant. 

F H. GERDES . 

ap22-t-f General Pasaecger and Ticket Agent. .. 







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^dH 



4th of JULY 

G-ranci Celelbratioix- 

Ever ylio d J* elm for me dth at at the ol 
det and nn mbe rih reeiecondi tre 
etwear ese Hln a«pl end la© pea bae ko 
rfr ontaa trteat *1.50). V ade rwearf 
rom 50e op war dan dev ery tbl age lee 
ek« ayaa cb eupc aabea tbe ned Iciau d 
COli 

KO. 3 SECOND STREET/ 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

OPEN THE SEAR ROUND WITH A FIRST. 
class Yariety Company. Variety Artists 
comlrgEast can at all times aeoure Firet-Olais 
ecga^emsnts. Must be artiate of acknowledged 
ability and havo good wardrobe. None others need 
apply. Addreaa JAMES McDANIEL, 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo.Ter. jeI9 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYQMINB TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATEE HAS BEBNr 
receatlv refitted and deoorated. Firat.olaai 
Dramatio Companies or Dramatio Stars oomlog 
East will be treated liberally npon application 
either by telegraph or in person. Address 
communications to JAMES MoDArvIHX, 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No. 1, Obeyenn. ,Wjo. Ter. e 



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GOLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

■ lxteeutb. St., CheyrDoe, Wyoming, 

JAMK W ALLEN ! ProorietflaJ 

■10HNW. DUNNE Bneinees Uaoagef 

HaKRY SPBIQOo Stage Manager 

HAS JUST Hi; EI* KFF1TTRD 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 
eon with a first-clQBs Company, embraoine Harry 
Spriggs, toe great charaoter actor; Harry Lor- 
raine, Billy Forest. Mr. J. W Dunne, Miaa Lui 
Hall, Mies Minnie Mavis. Miaa Nellie Seyrnan 
Mibb Jennie Logan, Frank Hollejp, George TobU 
and Charles Miller, and a fall and efficient oi 
ohestra. 

Lady talent coming East ean always eeci 
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CUE1EKSE, WiOMKO, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

•9*Talent, going East will find it to their advan- 
tage before leaving California to correspond with 

J. McDASIFX, 
my9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne, Wyoming . 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

V5K»rWlAL CITY, XKVAAA, 

JOHN PIPER PbopbEE 



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tO J«.HN PIPEB, 

Manfck6r»aa soio .-rupr^tot 
• Or to .J. «. McCABK- 

ja23tf S:J« Euah street, San Francfsoc, 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACBiHKJTO, 

TO 3FlE:a>ffT, 

BY THE NIGHT, WEEK OK MOHTH.FKOH1 
April let. For terms, aDDl; at tbe Theatre, 
or b, letter to W. K. MORKOW, Proprietors 
Haoramento. 

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or Month, st reasonable term,. 
Sp24-t! G. BROHASKA. Proprietor. ' 



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POE r«E CVafclrlORSHIP *5D MEDALS. 

In Light Double Song and Dance 

Ta ba> eon t 4 te br CARROLL and BUTLEB, 

MEsTAYESacd WHITE, W l uLUa. * aod 

WILLIS and otbart. 

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Mr. EDWARD ARNOT. 
Mr. D, MARDEN, 
CHARLES EDMONDS, 



Mlaa SYDNEY COWELL. 
Mr. CEORCE CIDDENS. 
Mr. JOHN HOWiON, 
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THE OLD 

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a lloor. from Keernj, 

Ail Driiiltfs Ten Cents 
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THE BEST TOM AND JERRY IN TOWN. 

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* BATUBDAT JULY 4.1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

Mabuibe's New Thbatre— The Fechter 

MUonoleeed.aUi:i.,bt*i-b the farewell beeafl 
sf tbii great artist. "Ths Lady of Liona" wmi the 
pier- At ih> matinee to-day. this ev«nln* and tc- 
■crre* •T»DlB(t ttie bill wiU coont of tbe om- 
edy of "Metrlad Life" ana the musical faros of 
•The Bonrie Fiihwife." Tbe cait of rash of thfee 
plays i» published oc onr flrel peg*. On Sunday 
th. starling comady of "Extremea" will be pro- 
duced witb a gn a", out. 

Opera Horsx.— The firat performance of 

tie San Fraaoieoo ilioitrcU at tnla hou-e I&B t 
sight wu quit* e eucoest. Oarrali and Batler 
medeqoi'eabil In "Down Aoiong lbs Daiaies,' 
"J-Taaene To mm j " vu ractlrad aitfc snoots of 
i.ugnteread applause, the i.ogiagof J. M.Davte 
F. 0. Warner and ths Whit* Brother* wu moth 
admirte, aaa to* loo*. Durlernao entitled "Local 
Optica or the FemUs Ornradara"ia wbich Ohail 7 
Ri:k«rioD. do. O. lOoapisn. G*0. Walla ra ltd 
other* appeared, went eoieaaiogly. At tba mat." 
in to-day In add! ion to lb* eaeellent till which 
fa^o such eatuficliin lait nigfat, Johnny Tusre 
will ap;»ir lb bti trait set of "The Oakland 
Chill. '" On bonds?, 'be rrind cbajleoee danca 
lor l5*ohanati3o»biv,'* nd mcdaJa will bo danced 
by Carroll and Bntlor, Mestayer aud Walte, Wil- 
liams aod Willie and other*. Law Rattler tas 
•onsented toaclaioaeof tbe Judges. 

Caldtobxia Theatbz.— The rmh fo see 

Mr. Sotharn io bis world -renowned character of 
"Lord Daodreary in "Onr Ameiisan Cousin" oon- 
linues at aba tad. Ibis piece will be played ttrongb 
tbe weak, acd at lbs Fourth of JaJy matinee. On 
Monday Robertson's comedy of "Home" will be 
prodnctd with Mr. Sothernand Miss Bella Pate- 
man ia tba oast. 

BPAKTSH DBAMATlfc Pebfoehahcb.— Sr. 
Lnqae'e Spanish Dramatio Oompany will give an 
extra perform a nee at tbia theatre on Sunday 
night. Tbe graDd.fi ve act drama of "Masanlello, 
or tba Liberator of Naples" will bs played on thi 
occasion. 

Madame Dueet'3 Benebtt. — Madame 

Doret's beoeflt Tbursdar, at tbe Opera Home, was 
notes well attecded as it should have been. All 
present enjoyed tbe performance maoh. 'Tbe 
Crusaders" caused considerable laagbter, Mme. 
Daret playing tbe fait of lire. Badger capitally- 
and O. D. CaipUn making a good deal oat of Tom 
Oarbsrrj. This was followed by a mnsical olio 
and the performance terminated witb tbe burles- 
qne of "Norma" in wbiob 6. D. Ohaplin was a 
hogs Bnooesa aa tha Drald Priestess, and tbe 
Misses Aibertlae and Noko McOabe acted with 
mach spirit and aang obarmiogly. 

New Bella Union Theatbe. — James 

A. Herns one of the fanciest Irish comedians 
living, la creating aperfeet foxoreat tbia aouein 
tbe comic drama of "Hsndr Andy," Mies Alioe 
Bos;, Ed Murray. Jennie Johnson, H. R. Archer, 
and a boat of otbere appear nightly. A monster 
Fourth of Jali bill has been precared. It ii r>nb- 
lisbed on onr first [age. 

Buckley's Net* Vabiety Theatbx.— 

Johnny Tasrs and Ned Bacfchy appear nightly 
at this boose in screaming acts, Misi Ida Fisk tbe 
popular sorg and danoeartiite, Mile Oarrle Willie 
TocsHit, Miss Margie Brewer and many others 
take part ia tbe programme. 

Woodwaep's Gardens— A Great Act.— 

Tbe Ho Hum Cannon Act, catoting a eolid ball 
fired from a moontain bowltzer, will be performed 
Saturday and Sunday. Tbe Illuminated balloon 
ascent Saturday evening. 

Golden Gate Pare,— Those who drive 

out to tbe new park should visit Tbe Villa wbich 
baa jnst been opened. Here they will find four 
pnblio parlon and ten private dining rooms. Guido 
Mangenberg, tbe proprietor, gets up epicurean 
breakfasts, dinners and snppera at abort notice. 
Omnibuses will leave on SUNDAYS, at 9 o'clock 
A. K., from tbe corner of Market and Kearny 
streets, and every tour afterward, until 4 o'cloek, 
from the earner of Mo A Uister aad Fillmore streets 
connecting with tbe Market Street and Hayes 
Valley care, and from the oorner of Turk and Fil- 
znore streets by the way of City Front and Lone 
Monntain cars. 

Grand Sunday Excursion.— The steamer 

Antelope leaves San Francisco every Saturday at 
3:30. P if. and on Sunday at S a. m. from Front 
Street Wharf, connecting with tbe oars of tbe 
S. F. £ N. P. Railroad atDonahne for Petaluma, 
Santa Rosa, BeaJdBtrata; and Cioverdals. Excur- 
sion tickets are issued at reduced rates, and are 
good from Saturday to Monday. Those who wish 
te enjoy a li tie country air at tbe end of tbe week 
oeald not choose a finer trip than this exoonlen 
offer*. - . --w- 

The Cuff House,— Captain Foster, the 

genial host of tbeOlift Honse, entertains visitors 
from all parts of tbe Globe at hie famous aea-side 
resort. Tbe Cliff House is the one thing San 
Francisco baa to boas t of as different from any- 
thing else ia tbe world. Omnibuses run every 
day from the terminus cf the Lone Monntain 
Bailro&d. 

Anatomical Museum.— One of the most 

attmpttto collections of tbe kind ia the United 
State*, comprising hundreds of costly and beau- 
llfal wax models, is daily en view (to gentlemen 
•Ely) at the Museum on Montgomery sties*. An 
hour majr be Brofltabb? coeat tare. 

Notes.— The chi-apion mediis to be 

awarded for the beat tight doable sobganddaaoe 
so be oontested for after the regular minstrel 
performances at the Opera House on Sunday 
night, are the fixe of a trade dollar, and are very 
kandsomelygot up by Ltird, the manufacturing 
jeweler on Merchant street. They will be on ex- 
hibition to-day and evenings at Sherman A Hyde's 
corner of Kearny and Sntter street, and on Satur- 
day and Sonde? at Eppicger'e cigar store Kearny 
below Bash street. 

os Murphy has reterned to this oity altera 
trout hunt in Pesotdaro Oresk, He brought back 
orertfftspeokied war'a ; ls with him. 

Carroll, Butler, Mestsyer, White, Williams and 
Willis. £aT« -entered their names for tbe neat song 
asd dance . bell for the champion medals at tbe 
Opsra House, on Sunday nigat, July 5th. The 
oontest will be a very epirited one. 

Cotton, Arlington and others of the new combi- 
nation of minstrel ta'ect engsged by Manager Ma- 
guire will arrive here on Saturday the 4b, 

Oaarle* Yachts*, Lzzls Price. Mr. Maederand 
Mr- Millais will leave for New York ou the morc- 
rngoMheFonrtb. Mr. Fechter is in the whole 
well pleased with his tiip to California. 



The charming oomedy of "Fxtremes" wi;i bs 
p'ayed at Magnire's New Theatre on Monday. 

Thes9»son of the Roial M*u>nettee will oom- 
menoeatPali'aBall on Toe<d*y luly 7tb. Tbe 
proitrsmme will comprise n« gro m ostrtUy. f into- 
□ nl and pantcmime, closing with anagoifl-ant 
tranafermation eoeas. We prophecy groat popu- 
larity for this novel entertainment. 

Lew Kattlerwillect as one of tbe J od get at the 
Song scd Dance contest for tbe Champion Medals 
at tbe Opera House, on Sunday night. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

In New York nearly every theatre is dosed. The 
attractions for the Summer season are not very 
large, and the audisnoas are proportionately 
smal>. Tbeeuly it»m of interest Is the following 
wbioh we take from last New York Clipper r«- 
ceivfd: An injunction was granted in the Snpsiior 
Ccnrl during the test wesk prohibiting Charles F, 
Thorre, St., tbe manager of Niblo'a Garden 
from producing Tbs Twe Orphaoe," a* hid been 
announced for June 22. The injnuctien wa* pro- 
cured by thamaasgsreof tbe Union-Square The- 
atre, wb* claim tbat tbey pnrcbaied tbe drama of 
"Les Dsax Orpbelinea" from tbe author bsfore it 
bad bzen acted upon any stag*, and that under the 
•ommoo law their aole right to their property 
therein can be maintsiosd and protected. A bear- 
ing will be bad this wesk to determine nhether or 
nottbeinjuetion ehall be'porpetnal. Tbe msna- 
«rof Niblo'a Garden aunennoee for tbie evening 
a new play entitled "The Two Sisters, or the De- 
formed." the story, plot, scene and ircidenteof 
wbioh are localized for the city of New York, 
The matter of the injunction was set down for 
argument to-day, in tbe Supreme Court Cham- 
bers ; but the Conrt, belog engaged la the trial of 
another ease, adjourned the bearing until Toei- 
diy, s'.lO o'eloek A. Id. Bsfore the adjournment 
was settled, the counsel for tbe defendant stated 
•that they bad arranged to perform a piece called 
"Tbe Two Stater*" f-tr to-night, and did not know 
whether it wsb claimed that the psifomiance of 
tbat piece would be a violation of tbe injunction. 
Plaintiffs' oounael distinctly stated that they did 
so claim, and would move to punish tbe defend- 
ants for a oontempt of Court, if It tamed out 
that tbe performance of "The Two Meters" was 
bat an evaiisn of tbe order of this Oeuxt, as they 
believed it to be. The Court stated that they 
were not io the babit of permitting tbe orders of 
tbe Court to be violated or evaded, and tbat any 
performance of a play eimilar to "The Two Or- 
phans" would beat the risk of the defendants. 

Delehantyand wife, Theirs • Hengler and their 
agent, E. Stanley, sailed for Europe on the 2-th 
nit., by tbeeteamsbip QaBen. 

Olive Logan Sykss stars next SBason. She will 
sail from Liverpool on the Adristio on July 9 for 
this city. 

Mr. Wallaok acted 195 times during tbe season 
lately closed at bis theatre. 

Prof. Hermann, the mazjoian, is performing in 
Pbiladelphia, at the Walnut St feet Theatre. 

TheCtio»go Inter-Ocean sayaof 'M. Alphonso.' 
•'It hasn't the long-winded, eh arp- cornered, un- 
reasonableness of Bartley Campbell's plays, al- 
though it abounds in that speo : aj delight of bid 
— tear*, and tbe emotional spectator eheuldgo 
provided with plenty of the hemstitched, a backet 
and an umbrella." 

Mme- Jansusohek's Fall oompaoy will be com- 
posed of the following lsdiee and gentlemen ; 
Mr*. ItabellsG. Asbton and child, and Mre. Min- 
nie Monk, Isabella Preston and Kate Fletoher, 
and Geo. D. Chaplain, J. Sefton, A. D. Bradlei, 
John Morton, W. G. Sbine, and J, B. Ashton ; A. 
Joel, business manpger. Mme. Janauscbek will 
open ber season at tbs Lyceum theatre, to this 
city. 
The Majilton Family have engaged Miss Blanch 

fVllnriilff*. a Dlmiiog xouog Kaflleb ictrei;, for 

their Fall tonr in this oauntry. 

A new tbestre will be opened in Charleston. S. 
0., under the management of John T. Ford, of 
Baltimore, abootNov«mber 1st. 

Mr. J. P.Kilbouroe will play in "The Swamp 
Angels," at Wood's Mascara, during the week 
commencing July th. 

Mile. Bistoii will play Ltdy Maobeth, i a Eng- 
lish, on tbe ooca i>a of her next vi.it to this coun- 
try, in March next. 

The Ohioago people have been favorably Im- 
pressed with the acting of Miss Ada Dyne. Tbe 
loter-Ooean, of Tnesday last, said: "Mijb Dyas 
has won a very high pla:e in the eeteem of the 
Obioiga public. No actress that ha* appeared, 
hereof late years can stall compare with her in 
emctioosl parts, and last evening's requirements 
seemed to develop even greater power than had 
before been seen. Hor Raymonds, in I te pure in- 
tegrity, womanly tenderness, easy power, and 
winning grace, is one of tbe moot finished pieces 
of acting we have ever seen. Nothing was want- 
ing to maKe itperfeotly natural, a point few ac- 
tresses reach." 

There wasau important arrival at Barcum's on 
the 17th nit.. It waa tbat of tbe largest black 
rhinoceros ever exhibited. He wtighB 9,500 
pounds, or 2,200 pounds more than tbe largest 
rhinoceros ia the London Zoological Gardens. 
Bis body Is encased in a heavy leather.] ke hide, 
which overlaps at the joints, making folds nearly 
two inches thick. Hi- legs are short r.nd stumpy, 
and bis tall resenblfs the bleckimfc e B'ed by 
teamsters in the Western coumrj. Hie ceid is 
covered with the same tbiok bide wtich envelops 
bii body, and upon bis forehead and -about hi. 
eyesand ears it is piled np like plates. The sni. 
nasi had a large, sharp born, which projected from 
bis snout just above his nostrils, but tbe monster's 
head was chained down, and, in spite of bis angry 
enorts asd endeavors to get away, this born was 
sawed off olose to bis snout. A oage upon wheels 
w as made on purposo for the rhinoceros' accom- 
modations. It ii heavily barred witb steel upon 
the sides and front. His head is chained to a 
stout b.am, and heavy oak plank prevents his 
backing. There iB barely room for the rhinoceros 
to stand and He in. If be wa* given more space 
his immense strength would enable him to break 
from all restraint, a^d the havoc he would make, 
if loese.mar be imagined but cannot be estimated. 
Hib immense weight may bs realized from the 
fact tbat when the cage contain i:g him was drawn 
into tbe Hippodrome, tbe wheels crushed tbrongb 
the ooncrete flooiiag in many places to tbs depth 
cf from two to three ioobes. He it now on exhi- 
tiLion at tbe Hippodrome. 

Norristowo.Pa., ia having a pretty and commo- 
dious opera house bailt. It will be ready for opec- 
ingin August. 

Tbe MajiltooB, now suooesBfally performing In 
London, have reorgtnlz>d th>-ir eooentiio oomedy 
oompanyand have added *'Q uaksilvjr D.ck" to 
tour repertoire. ''Gabriel Grub" has also been re- 
constructed, and qut v e a number of engagements 
have been made by thalr agent. Col. T. Allslcn 
Brown, for the ensuing season. 

An Indian tribe in Wisconsin has organised a 
brass band and, as tbe savages are protected by 
the Government, the white people have no rtdres:. 
There is greet deal of bard feeling among th* 
ci izens towards the young aboiuiie wbo plays 
the cymbali. He performs with snob earnestness 
and visor that a vigilanoa oommittee has been or- 
gan z^d to waylay htm and take bin apart, in or- 
der to ascertain whether be is a realltdianor 
is merely riveted together and run witb a atesm 
engine. Tbe manner in wbich be wakes the 
echoes amid the everlasting hills would make a 
desf and dumb asylum nervous. Wnen tbe band 
has serenaded a man two or three times he suc- 



cumbs. He goes calmly around among hie li lie 
f an lly. removes tbttr hair, and eca pi ihe Li <d 
sir! and colored boy, and af'er ^iking nptbeool- 
luc-i-iD, be bands tba whole 1st of banthaa over 
to the band, wbi h goeaoff bappy to *w-et atraina 
from tbe btrmoDic ycnnircyrab"l plaTer. 

Barry Sulllva« will probably vi it Ameiiatbls 
year, Sam Oohille hiving ofl«rod hiffl £6000 for 
thirty weeks. 

Pfci ltp Ph-l!ipe. tbe* Lamb of Israel," was to 
Bicg"Pttt me in my Little B<d,"*ud ''Gome Home 
Father. Come Horn*-," a* Cs.le. N. Y.. )9ib. 
'Edwinndamswillspiod tia Bnmmer vacation 
w-th Joe Jefferson, at Rise Lake, N. Y. t having 
rested bts Long Branch reeldf nee for the Sum- 
mer moo i ns to Bobvrt Fox of Philadelphia. 

Frank Mayo and Rosa Band retn'oed to New 
Ywtcity, I6tb ul.imo. bating concluded a seven 
weeks' tour In the New England ci'.ies, with 
*'jA»y Orocket." 

As the old Louisville Tbestre is undergoing de- 
molition to make room for the Courier-Journal 
building, the following area few itsma connected 
with Louisville dramatio annsl*.- A paper pub- 
lished at Bedford, Pa., In 1908, says: At Lou. e- 
ville, in tbe State of Kmtucky, a town about four 
times aa large as Bedford, tbey have do church, 
Whsn the earthquake gave them the first shock 
they grew very devout ia one ufght; and on tbe 
next day, with long faoes, they subscribed ^1,000 
to build a house of public worst i). There tbe 
matter rested until the eeoond ehock came, when 
another devout paroxysm produced another 
$1,009 Itreeted again vntil th* third earthquake 
and devout fit produced another subscription to 
the asms amount. There was no more of the 
matter. The earthquake did cot return, and the 
Lotievillisne concluded the devil would cot send 
for them fora few years more, and in the mean- 
time determined to be merry. Tbey Immediately 
bnilta theatre, which cost them $7,000, and em- 
ployed a comcaoj of actoxa, the offsoonrings of 
maritime orty theatre. To tbia oompaoy they 
gave about $500 per week, till at length tbe ac tore, 
instead of r&itiog tbe curtain, broke through it, 
and broke each other's beadt with atloks, aud tbe 
heads of sans of the auditors who interfered- 
The earthq lakes have lately bsguo to shake Louis- 
ville rgaio, but whether tbey langh or pray I have 
pot beard" 



PACIFIC G0AST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

Pacbajixkto.— The Aimeo Troupe rpenei at 
the II- 1 opolitao Theatre on Tuesday t-venJny. 
and "Ls Grande DacbeBee"waB performed to a 
large and brilliant aadlence. On the follow- 
ing t-vealng "La Fllle de Madams Aogot" wsb 
p-rformed, and the season closed on Thurs- 
day- evening With "Barbe Blene " The troupe 
started for tbeEiet on Friday morning. 

Eureka, Cal.— YlvUn at latest date", wag 
giving eoteittlDmentH atPratt'd Opera House. 

Etjqeha.Nev.— The Templeton Troops, Fay 
Templeton, Miss Alice T< mple'on aod ctherB 
have been playing here doting the wetk to 
good hotues. 

Salt Iakk.— The Vokea Family were to open 
at the theatre on tae 3d. John Wilson's CI- - 
ens will exhibit en the 4th. - 

On aha. — The Yokes Family played at the 
tbeitceontbe27tb, 28*h ahd29thult. 

CoaiwjfE.— John "WDsoh'e Palace Amphlthea- 
tie Circus Trbcpe, corcprleli g the Dochnlls, 
theKenebels and tbe Carlos, performed here 
on July 21. « f r a \sig 

Szkveb, Col.— At the theatre JohnnyTbomp- 
son opened oq July 1st under the management 
of C. Kennedy. At thb Cricket Y^rietleB, O 
B. Brace was playlcg In "Bip Yan Winkle,'* 
and Harry Spriggs, Octivia O mt 11, Li'xsle Har- 
mon and Lew Parker were members of the 
company. 



oysstersj. 

In etrolllng ronnd the other night,- 'rtn* *mi 

To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 

</nr careless feat, by obance aid stray 

To where a fountain's ceaaele&s play 

Of BparkllDg waters, made a ecreen 

Throaeb which a sweet bonqnet was seen r 

While moBsy stone and pearly ehell, 

O'er which the waters softly fell, 

Made that window seem to he 

Aosae fairy grotto of the sea. 

r3top," said my friend, "let's go in here J 
It Iooks 30 nice — and try their cheer.'" • 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place salts me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish- 
Bald they had almost any dish 
Tbat we might name. We found It rrur, 
And cooked mayrnfcenUy, too; 
All ktndB of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooied every style; just think of that, 
and If your month don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs aud terrapinE'tJ 
In fact, we found tbey had within 
Tbat cosy place oil kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which wn could name, 
While every dish was, I ana sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladiea, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have bemthe best ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little tinners, 
To get wnat they call "suzb nloe dinners," 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain; 
Who goes there onco will go again, 
Pacific Oygter Eoneo, S37 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Might, 

OHAEXE8 HAAiLE. Proprietor, 



If one wishes to pass an hour or two pleas* 
antlyatthe game of billiards, no pleasanter 
place can be foundln the c tr t nan Chapman & 
Ttr.il] 'a Bi Hard Parlor, Kortheaet corner 
Bush and.Keaxnv streets ehtranoe on Bush, 
From the window a good view can be had of 
tw) of cur busiest ttret-ti Bush and Kearny. 
Local Option not io force; for the bpit of 
Wines, L qoors and Oigars, are eeived at the 
bar for 12 }j certs. 6-1 



WXi.avt Cheer Jjaundry WaRone 
Call for and deliver elethes In ail parte of the 
city. • 



PERSONAL. 



M 



BS. M. J. FAKRELL, LADIES' HAIR- 
dresser, late of Doherty's Hair Stirt, baa re- 
ed to tio. 83 Kearny street, up stair*, rooms 
d 25. All kinds of hair work made to order- 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BootLaellers sand atattoaejrs, 

H. H, Moore, fiijy Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Butcher*. 
Kata, Fred, Stalls 94 to 100. California Market 
sjentlata. 

H. F, Pope. "5 Montgomery Street, 
Davis ft Cose, 22 Montgomery atreet, opposite t he 
Liok Bouse. 

Human Flair. 

sfr-wprm. A. E. A Co., U0 Second streeL 

tVbltenert and Paper Hoogeri, 

A. W. Wo eld en, m Geary et( set. 

Wlnee sand XJqnore. ( Whels-jaie.) 
F. * Ga. SOi Front. 



RE GREAT IOW. 



GrrekxxtSl Success 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

Hundreds Avsl'lnit tbemselves of the Great 

Inducements Offered by the a F. 4 N. P. 

E. B. Oo. to make one of the most de- 

UghtfoJ trips In tbe country, whioh 

Is through thebeaotlfal Sonoma —. 

and Busslan Blver Valleys. 

GREAT REDUCTTON IN FARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

DOUHfTI, 

• PCTALrSU. 

BE1LDIBUB6, 

SANTA BOS A. 

6ITIEKTILLE, 
CLOTEBDALE. 

SETSEBS I 

THE 8. F. AND N. P. K. B. OO.. AT TBE 
tarDeet solicitation of itfl patron.. ,s well as 
tbe pnoiic «ecur..llj, bave marie a great red UL'tion 
io tbeir resalar rates, bb ao iDdnoeraaot to Eicar- 
BloQiBts to DJslte tbe most dslgbtfal. and, with. 1. 
tbe most DictortsODS and exoitiog trip to tbe 
Gr( at Nator.1 Wonder of this Ooaat. 

THE CHEAT GEYSERS! 

Yla Cloverdale, returning via Oaliatosa, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All renowned Places of resort for pleasure 

seekers. S. F. A N. p. R, B. Oo. 

connocta at Uloverdale with 

VAN ARHAM k KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



By this route you enjoy a. doable plpaeure trip; 
abeaoffal trip on tb» Bay on tbe ntramer ANTa- 
LOPr, to Donahue Laidtne. and then by the cars 
thronei 'he most beautiful and feitile valloya on 
tbe Oeast. 

SURDflY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For the Round Trip, gocd till the following 
MONDAY MORNING, at the fol- 
lowing rates : 

Te Pctalama and Jirtn n «Ji SO 

To 8anta Boia osd Return 3 OO 

To Heiildibarc and JBetarn 4: OO 

To Cloverdule and Betarn & OO 

To Sb.iBgn' Springs aod Betarn... 6 50 
Bonnd Trip Ticket* to tbe Gey- 
■■ sera and retnrn, Tin Cloverdale) 

(Good tu October Slat) 1« 50 

Gryiert and return, via Calts- 

tosa i« OO 

T« the Getstri Street <j "J6 

Ocyaera, via Oloverduleto Calln- 
toga, to tbe Fetrflled Forest 
and reinm tothmclty (Good to 

October 31.1). XO 50 

Rouno trip tickets to the Geysers good for the 
eeaeon J6T4. 

THE STEAMER 



ANTELOPE 

Loaves daily (Sundays expeoted) from Sao Fran- 
oraco at 2:30 P. M., from Front Street Wharf. On 
(Sundays It 8 A H. Returning, arrives in San 
Fraaeieoo Sunday evenlrg, at 7 o'olook. Tickets 
on board tbe eteamer, 

f. B, GFRDES. 
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent. 
A. A. BEAN, Sup'fc, 

OMEitiL OFFICK, 
ma21-tf 4.26 JUoniBomerj- Street, 



DAILY LINE. 




ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1874, THB UN- 
dereiRaed will ran his regularline of eiz-horse 
Concord Coaches between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Connecting with daily trsiaB both North and Ponth 

Having run tbie line lor two yeara withoot an 
accident ooonriog, be ie conbdeot be osd continue 
the same with eafetr to thetpnblic. 

Tbroogh Tickete to tbe Soringa from San Fran- 
oiecp ana all required information to&j be had at 
SOS SfonlBumery Street, and at theSax 

Jom If tii iroitd Depot, San Franclaco. 

Private conveyance furnished by letter or tele 
graph. Aldreai 

Mm U. BIEB, Gllroy, 
P. O. Box BO, or by "ff. F . A Oo . 

Bay your Through Tickets and never bs delayed 
on the road. »pfi-tf 



S. F. and IN. P. R. R. Co. 



ON AND AFTER APRIL ». 1874, THE 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt Galloway, con- 
nection at Donahue Landing with the care for 
Clovnrdale and Intermediate stations will leave 
San Francises dn.il> from Front Street Wbart at 
2i3o o'olock. Retnrnia? will leave Oloverdtle at 
6 A. M. oonneoting at Donabue Landing witb 
eteamer, and arriving in San Franoieoo at 11 A M. 
SUNDAY FXtCB^IONS. 
Tbe steamer ANTELOPE will leave Hvont atreat 
wbarf every Sunday morning, at 8 o'olook, con- 
necting at Donahue witb cars for Petaluma, 
Santa Robs, Hsaldaburg, Uloverdale. Returning, 
the. train leaves Cloverdale at 2 o'clock, p. M-, 
oonnectiog with s'eamer, arriving at San FranotB- 
co at 1 o cluck. ExaurBion tickete at reduced 
rate-. OnoDfOtione made witb stages for Sonoma, 
Ifkiab, Mendocino and Clear Lake. 

No frma-Qt can be received after 2 o'clock p. m. 
For further Infirmation apply at Oompanj's 
office, 400 Mcatiomery street. 

P. DONAHUE. PresidenU 
F H. GEKBES , 
ap22-tf Gen«ra) PasseLgar and Ticket Agent. 




4th of JULY 

G-rand CeleVjratlon- 

Ever ybo dyl eln for medtb at at the ol 
dat and na mbe rtb reee ec onda tre 
etwear eaeHlngapl end ldo pea bac bo 

rfr oni«h irlaat $ L.GO, V ade rwesrf 
romSOcspwardan dev err tht sge lie 
ehe apaa eh ease snabea tbe aed lctan d 

CO I, 

NO. 3 SECOND STREET, 

Opposite the Grand Hotel. jsje-im 



NcDANIEL'S THEATRE. 

CHEYENNE,. WYQMINO .TERRITORY. 

OPEfl THE YEAR ROUND WITH A F1R3T- 
class Variety Oompaay. Variety Artists 
ootaiogEast can at all times ssoure FirBt-Olass 
ecgagemtnts. Must be srtists of acknowledged 
ability and have good wardrobe. None others need, 
apply. Address JAMES AloDANIEL, 

Proprietor, 
Lock Box No. I.Cheyenne. Wyo.Ter. je!9 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYDMlNB TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATRE EA1 BEBN 
recently re&tted and decorated. FirsUoUss 
Dramatio Oompaotee or Dramatio Stars coming: 
East will be treated liberally upon application 
either by telegraph or in person. Address all 
communications to JAMBS MoDANEEL, 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No. 1, Obeyenu ,Wyo. Ter. el 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth Si,, Chey-ooe, Wyoming. 



JAME W ALLEN.... 

lOHNW. DUMNE 

HARRY SPBIGGS 



Proprietor 

...BuidneBB Manager 
Stage Manager 



HAS JUST BKRK KErlTTGD 
and reopened for tbe Fall and Winter Sea- 
son vf i tb a nrstr-fllaas Company, embrtoing Harry 
SpriggB, tne great oharaoter actor; Harry Lor- 
ralDa, Billy Forest, Mr. J. W Donne, Mies Lnoy 
Hall, Miss Minnie Pavis, Mies Nellie Seymour, 
Mies Jennie Logan, Frank Holley, George Tobler 
and Cbarlea Miller, and a toll aud efficient or- 
chestra.. 

•V" Lady Ulent ooming East can alwaya secure 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLE>,Pro- 
prioior. GOOD SAL^RlE.S PAID. se24-1u- 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CUETESSE, WIMilSO, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

•£>- Talent going East will and it to their advan- 
tage before leaving California to correspond with 

J. UcDAMEL, 
uir9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne. Wyoming. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKOINll CITY, RKVAJDAa* 

JOHN PIPES FaopRiETOB 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE CAN BE RENT, 
ed by tbe night or weak. Stare and travel- 
ing oompanies liberally tr*>-u*d with on amplication 
to . JVKZi PIPEB, 

ManiB^nr aua coie fropnetOfl 
Or te .1. ML HcOABE. 
]a23tf 3SC Bush street. San Franofeoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 



8ACBAH ENTO , 

TO RE-DeTT, 

Y THB NIGHT, WEEK OR MONTH, FROM 

1 April 1st. For terms, apply at the Theatre, 
or bj letter to W. H. MORROW, Proprietor,, 
Sacramento. 
N. B.— I bavB no authorized Agent anywhere. 
mb.Hvtf 



B 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AJf JOsE, CALA. 

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND NEWLY KKNO- 
rated Theatre ie to be let bi the Night. WeBk 
or Month, at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tt G . BKOH ASKA. Proprietor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And College of Medicine. 

IO nnn BEAUTIFUL and inbtbuot- 

Iv.vUv ive objeets to be seen. Open to the 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALL 
BIS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY-i 

bsjt-Db. Jobdajt'6 PnrvATE Office is at MIX 
Geary atreet (opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTF-MB 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PKEP1BEI) for the STAGE. 

PRIVATE THEATRICALS AND AMATEUB 
performances directed, by a lady and gentle- 
man of more than ordinary expBrience. For par* 
ticnlare apply to MR. J. H. MoOABB, 

Theatrical Agent, No. U88 Bnsb btreet, 
delO-tf San Franolsoo. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 
&5 BRUMS, BANJOS, ^■f-vF 

*3Iwr — A2TD— 

Gold and Silver Platers. 

MT-LMaons given on th. Banjo and Drum, a.49 
M15HION raTKHET, between Finit and Second. 

N. B.— Fine-toned Sll,er Solo Banjo, for Pro- 
•teional, alvrara on hand. tal5 tl 

MANNIHG'S OYSTER OROTTO 
Resort of th. ReBpeetabiUty* 

iOQ PINE ST.. below KEABNT. ^g. ^^^ 

Manning Pan Floast>J§F 

And OBEOLEI COfFEE, 
BelO-tf A. W. MANNINO, Inventor. 

Dellcione IOE OEDAM and STEAWBEBBIEa 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oysters, 
Cooked to Order at 



SOLOMON TESMORE'S,. 

Stalls 57,58 snd 59 California Market" 
(Entrance on Pine Street,) 
•fip- 1 amiliea and Reetaarants supplied at short 



4? 



del7-lm 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, CLAMS and all kinds!, 
of Shell Fish. Stall BS Oalilorniafl 



Market, ban Francisco. .pen Day> 
and Night, families, Puhl.o and Pri- 
vate Parties, HoteU, tthl^pine and 
Reatsnranto aupplied. lel-fcf 



1^ 



3. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN X.TJ1VCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehatna streets. 

pr-Terrapm oomtantly on hand. 
'Oysters In every nt»le. PBIVATB 
fcSTJPPEB ROOMS FOR PARTIES. 



GEORGE MATES, 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAMSJ 
andaU kinds of SHELL FISH, 1 
SUdaNes. AO, 41, *», California 
Mark«t, entrance on Coliforn's street. 

Pnblio or private parties aad families supnUesl 
rrom € A.M. to 13 p. M- Ladies' and Oentlemen*! 
Cbratar Room open from « ajm. to n tM 4*27 ly 



£ CALIFORNIA THEATRE 






! BUCK GLOVES 



HOSE £ WIIKJK 

• «■ •» : » «. -. 



*•*■ 




»1C to »2o" r 'rr Kontr 

I WEST FND^HOTEl, 



co, uTUDu, iDLT *. nm. 




CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



■>K9jBA*J • '• W I « *^ 1 



rinaT NICVIIT 

LU QUE'S 

Spanish Dramatic Comp'y 

Sunday Mniiiu, Jul} .'». |s,i 



.Mmrui 



OPENING OF THE SEASON OF 1874-5. 

nrn BN ■ «> oalucikma of 



who wtu. unn >• 



HUSANIELLO ! 



The LIBERATOR of NAPLES 



oirLxy x>xyjsfx>3E*.ttAtt^r 



S»w Iwjfll -»irm. »•-. *rli**». miih U4 ? -J.d M »l»e«jr GTtt r* rn Til-M SaUD TlMIri 
la ABMttj*. Kaclet.ii e*vd frftAM, nip f.«d>; 



8ELLA UNION THEATRE 

rii»i1Mli. luru. Trtv < ,.**,. Mama*. . J. W«oO*M 

• boond wnma 
....or rat.... 
■nii«gu.n» MMMAt, 

Mr. JA8. A. HERNE. 

Is tb» celebrated Corned, Qf 

HANDY ANDY I 

SATUKDAY AND SUNDAY EVENIMOi 



ivxxss 3vli ixrrwiEi "W 



I^T 



TMH rvcmwo 



1ST. 



JOLT 4 



An< Mill fnrlMr H4ln. will HmuM 1 JM rATLJk » Omit, eatntal OOB 





Becoaitractod by If r. Sothern »nd Now Played in Four Acts Instead of Three. 



ART A I 

■ aXKAXIDA . 



SK B»RlqUF. 

... SB LOYAL 



e. 



=d> wit» i • rittco! 



Un Ente Singular ! 

H. tV-ThaTI-sIre ve'^g eafuad tn SUNDAY. July KtS, 

tsis. »fxt rrmpoMMATfCB %-t 

Luque's Spanish Dramatic Company 

....WILL BEOS.... 



rsjifats or avmismio.v 

Drees Cr:li aid Orchestra 91 (0 

Me F.iwi cbarge let Sessrvsd S«ate. 

BUteony .'« eeoli IGalTei, WemM 

B«iOflHpo» fro*. « A. M t* 10'fftock P.' M.. on Suodaj 



AQT l-D:t,wlo«.r(*oin la 9lt II war J'. Goat) try B*-> ICf II — Dnndr-av,'" B*d-r©oa. 

ACT III.— Th* P. IT, VCf lV.-DrlwlD^-rJom at T.-enahexd Matter. |Di? | 

LORD DUNDREARY MR. SOTHERN 

ROBBRT PATHIAN 

.... WALiAR M HI" 

K. J I I 

I. l.V.RaV 

V. N. 1HAYR"! 

a JOHN WILSON 

„ tor-PUir." 

0. II. Ml 

il MA I 

...MI:..-. F.LI.IK WILK'N 

MI9> JENNIE '!!► 

MRS. u. H. -AUNUBBg 

.MISS CARRIE WYAIT 



Mary m*i 
VWOfmfl 

»HAhP 

Mill i.F.r .... 



'aVAJiUHAMO 



"i HA.Kl> ... 



. . 1 1 i> uAKKin nun 

Ml SS MT*Nl|,. WAL'ON 

' KTANl.tV 

STANLEY 



During ihe Piece MP. SOTHERN will read BROTHER SAM'S LETTER, 

Becelved Nightly with th-i unprecedented compliment of A Triple Encore. 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 8 O'CLOCK, 

FOURTH OJF* «TTTI_r5r MATINEE. 

MR. SOTHERN as DUNDREARY 



MONDAY. July Mb, Tela BobeitaoD'fl loYely Comfdyof 

X3LOXWE33, 3EXO3TJ0C3ES. 

lu which Mr. Sothern will appear as Col. John White 

Also, First Appearance of Miss Bella Pateman.as. . i Mrs.JPinchbeck 



Tito riMifin will Moa 


AM Wllk IDA 


BALE 

renb-rl-e 


AND FEMALE MINSTRELS, 

CAL MANDEYILl.il 11a...... MATT. klLI.V 


DiTlRLUDK. 








TERRENCE'S RETURN. 












.Overture.. 




iircr-.Mtre 



Aft-r which t*« Odmlo Drama In 3 act* of 

HANDY 4NDY 

HlMH AM)V Mr. J.MIS A. tl TUHV. 

S |iirr r i*%- .. 1 . W, sum run ra Mr. Murphy... ...ltd. Murray 

D.ck Ta*' <d ' . He' ion Mr. Furlang ...Oat, Mandeville 

Kf1«"d U'O jorior 11. R, Arobar HIibod T. Bra* 

■nil r* 0'Gt*At John Wondard 

i...\A»l UIXIM V Mix J FN "l It J(tll\«<i,«( 

Mad NuDOy.. . M»trgm Matlira Fanny D.wion.. .Lana Procter 



Uvariore. 



, .Ureoaaui 



T>.TKRi I'DK^. 

KA6S OF ALL NATIONS Mill AUGI BOM 

MISTAKEN IBEHT1TT. 

,.Atid Bartoo 



MNSATIUN CHAR.DltR aQh8a.-. 
Sard Had Dante 



OL. MANDLVILLE 

..Soile Boblnaon 



Bullud i.muIh,- Somen 

To conclude with the Roaring Sketch of 

ENGAGEMENTS ! 

...Tamo* Aarton 
.Matt Kdlj 



Maratar 

Jamas. ...Cill Boy. 



othar obajaotara bf Uomp*oj 



IN UEUEABSAL, 

DOMBEY AND SOW 



"THE VILLA," 

At U« Raw 

G0LDE5 GATE PAEK, 

Tha Balldio* harlnf Jntt baan comtHated, ii 

•tyv tlir«rwn opan 10 •txtpaotta, Tha boaaa is ala> 

""taaad. and haj I a , , 

I our JPnblle Parlors, 

— AJTD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Tb« who la bain* bmllf . cat itka a pobtla hoUl 
bit M it ia Tiaaaad 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tba Villa" ia lo«aUd at tba last or oortb-waat 
•rBtataof tba Park. 

Kptcar«aa Bre«afaaU. Btooaia and Sapjian 
sraparad on tha anortaat notica. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRIKTOR. bill 



FREE AWD UA.SY 



AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

flALOON. 

HO. eSB 8ACKAME.\'T« HTREET, 

(Koowd aa tba GHIOAOO BKKR DKPOT,) 
Kvmrr SwaaliSay Evenloic at o'clock. 



attend, and are atanrad of a baartr wolo^i aa and 
juadebaar. A as^iuliiOr LUNUH mrT-J nmn 
■lar lc tbawaak. GJtO. B. AUM'l.N, 

(al-tf Proprietor. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MB. P. BBBGBS. FORMKRLY 
proprtatorol to« Minora' Ras- 
Saarant. Dva takan tha maaaaemeDt 
of botb tha Mloara' Raaraorant oa. 
OomoiorcirU straet and tna Ml nan' • 
Sranoh on Markatatreat, Oar Uiiv*^ 

a»mar<oa ail tba daUoaoioa of tba aaaaoo. Da) 
aottfl la "Good Para, Good Conking a°d Modaratl 
Ohargaa." 

r. BEBAR* A CO, 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

tai and SSB Ootnmarglal t*6 
TOl# Uarkat dtraat. 
DpM MB 5 A.M. to 10 P jl aa24-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AA'D 

Hairdresslng Establishment. 

4Z±£Z' WABHJSOTON ST.. ~ 

RKDUOKD. BatQs, 'lb enre. 
8h»TiDK, 25 caota, Hair Vax- 
ting, i 1 - ooota, DharapooioK, zi 
•arjta. Modlaatad ttattw. JOHN GKKIF. 



.■ 



P. H. McCANN. 

PRACTICAL HATTER 

»o. «5 Tklrd Street 

Batman Market and Miuloa itr**ia. 

IHA7B JUST BETGRNBO FROM THE EAST 
wiib an entire new stock of cboiont bats, 
Made to order In Um Bear EasUrn atilaa. 
BUlA-lm. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CBAS. I. 8TOTVK, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California and Pine. 
Thiaaleftaat raaort, baa latalj bron enlarged, ui 
now contains 5 now Bevel table*. Tbobeat Ligno i 
add Oigara at the Bar. Five large finely fnmlibai 
rooms, ior olnba and private parties on their owi 
terms and rales. je7-!a> 



THE CLIFt^ HOUSE! 

ROARIfIG OCEBNl' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOaMIHG SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Luuenes, 
Dinners and Snppers. 

BRING TOUR W1PB1 

BRING YOUR FAMTH.Y! 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIENDS 

And enjnraTiow of tba 6ne»t O n EaN PANG 

RAMA IN THK WltRLD, all Id eight of 

tba world-reno«oad 

Golden Gate. 

With a Beat of white-win sjad maa^engera acterlni 
Irom every part ol the oemmeroial world. 

aty-New IAn« BTM>ee8. oonnaotlng with Strsat 
Oars at Lone Monmain every IS iflinaMa he reader 
a'of tae Cliff Hooaa }*l*tf 



S. W. T3ENNIS, 

Dentist, 

HAS JUST RETURNED FROW 
the l'.a«(. and raaamBd the practice 
of bis prufsBfllon, at bit former office, 

SB KRARltT HTBF.ET, 'U 

Ban Fbahoibco. my 

11 

— , 



R . MENOEZ. 

No. 19 -■. Geary Streei 

B.BI> IjIOKT, 

FKEKAN1) KASa' o»«r 
j Saturday evening al 8 o'clock, 
Beat Winoa. and L-ooora. The 
'Old S;" ." w m alwsva be oa 
hana to uiuat hi* Uionds. 

~ jnaa 



319 BUSH STREET. 

ALHAHBRA HOUSE. 

'pHIS BOUSS. BEING OKNTRaLLT ^4. 

I tocatttd, near all tue piincipal Hotels. -AL^ 
Reetearaat- arid tilacea of Amnsement, Qfll 
Str&ngera can And good, oomfortable, pleas- •*£**• 

at aod elegant rooms at rr»-.oaable pricac. 
O0^4-tf 



DR. O. O. O'DONWELL, Office acd Roaldeno 
»w5 Kearny, near Jacksoo. opsuira. Grad- 
nstaof Dsttmoatb Oolleg*. and lata Bargeoo In 
tbe U. «. Army. Tresta ofBce patiante for a. fee 
of St : VlMta.Sl tW: Mediotnea froe; Obatatrioal 
•BMSln. o fa3ft-tf 



Grand Duke Alexis 




THE DEPOT OF THK GRAND DUKE AL- 
ealB Ties, >cdtutj Congress Gaterfi and FrcDCb 
Tipb iirO-nt" a-.-d Boys, la at P. Kelly's, the 
Pru Boo tin a ki r. 

■A'i Cusps or t.tia above ajooda now in storey and 
will bB sold at Eastern prioep. 

Persons rsoidi'g jd the coon.ry desirous of ob- 
t Mump- pcrinct fitting Boots und Shoeo, can Bend 
for P. Ki'ils'r) Clrcalar.oontaining hla new met.bod 
of self-mensarcment and list ol oastom prices. 

T>. XS-ESX-HsT-r, 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 3 35 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, Hentgonery stnd Kearny. 

j:2J 



To the Unfortunate. 

UK. GIBBON'S 9Isrji.N8A.KY. 

NO. OSB KEARNY STREET, O0K- 

ner of Gommeroial, San Franoi^oo 
Entrance on Commercial street. Kstab- 
lisbed in ISi-i, for tha treatment and 
care of all diseases of the nrinarj and 
, generative 0'gaos, and all pbjsioal oon- 
„.„r weakness oonaeqnent upon tbe errort 
or ignorance of t n<* aezes. Skin disease (of yoars 
stanoing)aid ulcerated lege snoooaafnllr treated. 
Tbe sionand the afflicted sbonld not fail to call 
upon him. The Doctor has travelad oitensiyely 
in Europe, and inepected thoroughly the various 
bospitala tbere obtaining a great deal of valuable 
information, whiob beta competent to impart to 
those in need of bis services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no charge nnleeS be effects a care. Address 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Franoiacd. 
no&S-tf 



A KrJW VA OOTAVK 

PIANOff^ 

WILL BE 

S»OLDat a BARGAIN, 

On Aocon t of departure from the State, 
OaU, or Addyasa 

'FIGARO" OFFICE, 
532 JVIoroliant JSt. 

mal3-if 



CLAT- STREET 

RIDINC ACADEMY, 

SUll (.Jar Street, cor. 
Stockton. 

This is tbe moat elegant 
and commodious Ridirg 
Academy In tbe city ; open 
day and evening. Partic- 
— 1 l — olar attention paid to 

teaoMng beginners. „ . . ^ ja27-6m 

A. MARSHALL, Proprietor. 




aiUSIO TA-LTGrHT, 

INSTRUCTION ON THBT PIANO,' 
Guitar, AcoordeoD, Water and Oil 1 .- - 
Painting at prices to suit cironmataooas. 6*7S 
Leavenworth, betwaan Geary and 0'P*rr»l Htm., 
tbrangb an arob, nra( honie: pupils without la 
stmmeuU can praotlce here; leaaona atrtaidenoe 
If dealrtd. J*»-tf 



lirrrfB. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kiuda of Printinc for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c- 

AT LOW RATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

5S2 CLAY STREET. 



0R.WILLUH S^ DAVIS & 0. ». CUE. 

UBNTI»TS» 

9Sj HoBlgoinerr Street. 
• Dpp. lA>efa Houae. 

DentliUFinalHtibraiohesrEat reaaonable rate", 
tnbSO'Sm 



CO«-l I C3o»l 1 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 
COA.JL. dealers. 

Office. I Whole. ale, HHlkueud, 

Between Pacfio and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 4 I 3 and 4 1 S Pacific St., 

' Abof. SflDBOme. 

SOLE AGENTS POS 

KltWFOBT COOB BAT COAL CO., 

And Daal.ra la All DeBcripllonl ef 

Foreign and Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

,„M P- O. BOX X«»». 



TO THE LOVERS of SONC 

AND SOCIAL CXJOTHEIIT. 

Having mule .nitAbls .lterAtlOQB for oorjdaotlog 
. OrBt-ol»9B FHaK AND EASY at ia. 



(JHAI.ING 



4* 



SALOON, 



606 MISSION ~W MAR SECOND. 

We intend running It aa of vers— Sociability al- 
ways our motto. Politeness and Fair Dealing our 
rule. Grand opening 8/iturday May Win, 1874. Free 
and Eisy every Saturday during tha season. Oar 
old patrons and tha publio In general are cordlalif 
invited. Obalr taknn by onr old Uhnirman MR- 
F. PHILLIPS .« 8-clojl«,b«j D . E8 ^ witD _ 



California Ahead of the Worla 

IN 

WOOLEL GOODS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS IN RECEIPT OF 
Blanket., FlADnell. Hor.e.Bl.nlcAtlDK. Ate. 
dlr.ot from thA Mil)., And will ..11 in lot* to .nil 
Depot, 68 New Montgomory street: 
oo'BJm OEO M. MAIN, Agent. 



$300,000 OO 

TO XjiO^KT! 

AT REDUOED RATES. ON MINING STOOK8. 
R..1 E.t.te. BaBlaes. P.p.r APd other Col- 
laterals. 

JOHN T. LITXLE, 

8Sff> Monl6"in,iy Street. 
ms8-tf 



EKED. HATZ, 
BEEF AND FORK' 
BUTCHER, 

Bt.Ua »4 to 1«>0 OaIa. Mark.t. 

•f/* Tb. AAOAt popular Fatally BtAna la tha cat,. 



MILITARY COOOS 

....AKTJ. ... 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAI 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. IS Ueutiomery Avenue, S. F. 
blttrf T. ROOOFRB .TOHNfON 



3>JO 1*1 OM- 

Gray's Music Stores. 

633, 6S5 CZiAT STREET. 

IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE TH E PUBLIO 
and the musical profftssion. GKaY'S MUKIO 
Mtores will hereatierclose at 6 P. M. instead of 6 
P. M . a-firto-Tl.. wialg.lm 



CANDIES! CANDIES! 

TUX ■ -A.- 1VC33R.CHH. 

Mannfaotares every description of 

CANDIES, Wholesale and KetalL 

SIS K>amy St.. between Bacramsnto and Oall- 

fomia and 1*^ Second street, between 

^linna »nd Natoma pol-lni 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

PROFESSIONALLY KNOWN AS -LiTTIJi 
MINNIE.'— Tbii jnvanib a -trees with tbe 
London star Comnanj. last beard of in The East 
Indies, la implored to write to her mother In San 
Franoiaco, California*. Tbee-rtoal Jauraai* are ra- 
qaeeted to nuke e note of Uia. jaW-tt 



THX ;pqENA L OF A»P BBMKHTB. 
Pnblisbid »mrj Day i* the Yaw by 

E» BOGABDU6 

BJJ MtrHMl *»d SU Washington *U 

Below Montgomery. San Fraodaeo. 



BaTUBDaX JtJ LY *■ 1874 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC HEWS- 

Mlii Kits Bsteman will play Laoy Msebsth 
to the Macbitb of Henry IrTiDg, at the Loudon 
LiceiimThta.rsnixt tetson. 

London is to hare a new Juliet »t the Hay- 
muttt, of wbl:b moehiaexpaoted in private 
Olraler. This Jaliet is * marked lady, moving 
in very «ooi society, who*e '-at homes" ire 
attended by poets, baronets and. otberp, and 
whose husband 1» a well- to own antborily on 
Indian iff ire. The -ta^e name of the tfeittf- 
antt 13 to be- Mr--, Fairfax, and she kai ba^n 
cartfally coichedia her Bhalelpeare by Mrs. 
Btirl.ug. 

Daring the performance of "I Parltani" it 
tho Boyal Italian Open, Oovent Qarded, Ume. 
Jenny Lied Gjldicbmlfit, who was a spectator, 
went behind the certain, and warmly thanked 
Mile. Emma Albanl for the gratification her 
tlngintt afforded htr. 

There wae an unprecedented deluge of piano 
recitals In London during the last weak in 
M»y. The perfoimere were of virions nation- 
allele* : Ecgiii-b, Baisieo, Suoo, French and 
German, bat a fair plinltt frcm the banks of 
tbe Xeva oarried off the principal share of the 
Honors. The nam a of Esslpoff is now all po- 
tent la London. 

Locoes, bis nearly saooeeded la ecltpsiog the 
popalarity of Offenbach la Paris. 

Mr. Maarlce Graa has seemed the Emily So!- 
dene comic cpera cssipany, of L:adon, for the 
Lyceum Theatre in the fill. 

Mr. Carl Boaa has returned to London from 
Germany. 

Nilseon Ban? recently at Bims Bsevea' bene- 
fit In London. 

The detth is announced in England of the 
celebrated elo ;ut ionic t, John Chi ppsndale Men- 
teequlen Bellew. who was so popular In this 
couatiy la<t s*a»on and tbe preceding one. He 
w» born In 1823, and was by his mother a 
member of the Irlth Bellew family. He was 
educated it Lanciit;rand Oxford, toot crdera 
Id 1-48. Id 1850 h- bectme curate of Pr-ascot, 
an-i in 1851 want to the East ladles as Chaplain 
to St John's Oaihedril, Oaloatta. In 1856 he 
returned to England, and remained for a time 
at St.Pblllip'B Church, Regent ..tract. In 1862 
he became lscumtieit of Bedford Chapel, 
Bloomsbury, He Eub3tq.aently forsook the 
pulpit for the rostrum, and a few years igo 
publicly avowed hid connection w.th t ie Bo- 
men Cattolic religion. As a reader he bid no 
living i.ji'l. He twloeriiltsd America, and 
waswi-li received on etch oocseIob. On the 
occasion of hie laat visit a few months ago, hie 
health filled him, and ne returned to Eugland, 
only, however, t j die. He has written and pub* 
liahed several able workB, but he will be chiefly 
remembered as a reader cf great excellence. 



le Voungr; An irora tbe East. 
"I'm a etranger In this city, 
I'm lately irom the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters ; 
Where can I get a feast T 
I've been to all the restaurants,, 
But aowhere could I find, 
A plate of Ear tern oyE-tere, 
Of the old-fashioned klnd. M | 

-*;Well, I can tell you," said hrs friend,; 
"Liacily where to go, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a stroll down PINE 9TRIET, 
At 419. opposite tbe Manet , 
You'll tee a elgn^ 'THE SADDLE BOOK, 
You can't fall to remark It. 

11 Emerson Oorrille keeps the place, 
The beet saroon in town, 
There you can get your oysters raw, 
Or fried to crisp and brown. 
He's tbe Urgent oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Ooaet. 
And that he keeps the freshest 
Has ever been his boast. 

■ He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern If yim please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
tUght to tbe SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTEB3 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



X>r. IX>*Jt©r*y 

His devoted tils study more particularly to 
ebronio and speoiflo practice, and as such le 
now the most successful of any Physician fs 
Ban Franc'sco. Office 513 Bacramento street, 
earner of Leideodorfl, a few doom ceiow What 
Ohtex How* a X 

IfYon 

Feel the need of phorphorus (nerve food), take 
a course of sea-wit r bathe at tbe Sanitarium 
foot of Powell st ett. North Beach. Exclusive 
department and lady attendant for ladles. Five 
tickets for $1. _ 6 q 

Fine *v atones 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Calender's, corner of Second aad Mission. A 
flee assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call* 
and examine. 5-f 



Special fjo Ladles. 

For dressmaking In all Its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 310 
Post street. Terms reasonable. 8-0» 



Dental Work. 

Foa fittest qoAxrrx or woas, 90 toT.O. Jes- 
rop. ijer^tist, cor. Sutter >ud Montgomery, over 
Tucker's, S-o 



Ms. L. -Jaxxrwrxe, No, 240 Kearny street, 
New and Second.Hand Clothing, of all descrip- 
tions, bought and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. jt 



I>r. A o or 11. 

Oculi- Aurist, Catarrh, throat and long 
physician, US Geary f-t., above Stockton. Of&oe 
hours 10 1.2 a. M. to 3 r m., 6 to 7 p. a. 2-r 



WaslilngKeturnedln OneDay 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 

Laundry. No Chinamen employed. 



Dbop is aks ssst Trj^saa Ahb Gals ax 
the Open Houk Bar, adjoining the Opera 
Hooae, Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 2 w, 



Hints on sleep. 

To literary men. preachers, teachers, law- 
yers, doctors, journaiidtB and brain-workers 
in getter*], the following hiDtB are exceed- 
ingly worth attention : The fact fo, that se 
life becomes conceotrated, short sleep and 
early riding become impossible. We take 
more sleep than oor ancestors, ana we tike 
more sleep because we want more. Six 
hours elaep will do very well for plongu- 
mso, or biicklayers, or aoy other man, who 
has do exhaustion but thst produced by 
manual labor, aDd the econer be takes it 
after tbo labor the better. But for tbe man 
whose lalor Is meDt.l, tbe Btrfsaison bis 
brain and nervous systam, and for him wto 
is tired in tbe evening with menial applica- 
tion neither early to bed ncr early to r se is 
wholesome. He needs letting down to the 
level of lepoie. Tha longer interval be- 
tween the artiva use or the biain and the rc- 
tiremtot to bad, the better his cbacce of 
sleep and refreshment. To him sn hour 
afier midnight fs possibly a3 good as two 
befora it, and even tben his sleep will not 60 
completely restore him as it will his neigh- 
bor who is physically tired. His best sleep 
is in tbe early morning boors, when all ihe 
nervous excitement has passed away, and he 
is in absolute rest. 



A Position to be Desired. 

The Milwaukee 8entinel thus epitomises 
tbe daily life of an edilor-in-Valtf. From 
tbe plaintive tone of the last sentence tbe 
writer intimates 'bat he knows how it Is 
himself : "Tbe young man who is fitting him- 
self for a journalistic career asks us if the 
chief editor's position is difficult. On the 
contrary it is tbe most comfortable place on 
the paper, fie has only to dash off a few 
columns of editorials a day and then enjoy 
himself. All the good-looking women with 
poems are shown into his rooms, and he 
smokis all the cigars sent in for tbe report- 
ers. He receives invitations to deliver ad- 
dreEses at country furs, and carries home 
the best of tbe books Bent in for review. 
When ha hasn't anything else todo he looks 
over copy and carefully rons bis peocl 
through the joke the writer straggled four 
hoars with aad considered his masterpiece." 



Time's Healing- Finger. 

It is reviving to know that Eorrow doesn't 
always kill— that hearts don't break or bnst 
as easily as banks. There's Mr. SoloohT, for 
instance. Bis months ago his wife died, 
and be expressed a deter mio a lion to not 
survive her. He even hinted of laudanum, 
looked wild when be passed a gunsmith's, 
and his friends watcbed him with care when 
he approached near even to a duck-pond. 
Bat time set it healing ringer on him, and 
last week be led to tbe altar a fair lady, 
whom he told he bad never loved until he 
bad seen her. Should she die, he'll proba- 
bly have the Bame sad experience. It's only 
those who've been bereavei half a dozen 
times of a beloved wife or husband who 
can bear their ead loss with- becomine equa- 
nimity. 



Couldn't Scare Her. 

Grayville, HI., olaims the cooleet woman 
in the State as a citizen. Her husband told 
her that he was going down in the cellar to 
commit suicide, and did go down stairs and 
fire a broadside into the pork barrel. His 
wife kept right on knitting, and after awhile 
be man came up stairs swearing tho woman 
hadn't got aoy feeling. 



Sprlna Style Hate. 

Light, beautifully finished and cracofai in 
shape, the new Sprlrjg style of Hats manufac- 
tured At "The" Hat Store, 617 Washington 
street (eeoond hat store below Seamy street), 
la joat the thing to make a miu look a hundred 
percent, better. Don't wear a shabby old hit. 
Go to "Toe Hat Store" for a new one. Prtcee 
reduced. 8-v 



Great Bargains la Clothlntf: 

The odIj store in tbe city that bas tbe largest 
cheapest and finest assortmeatot Men's asd Bors 
Olothisg, fs H. Peyenr's Montgomery Anno* 
01othin£ Store, 719 Montgomery street, betweeo 
Wsebicgt-on and Jaefcaoo. also, a large assort- 
ment of Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, 
and Ihe finest atock of Gents' Famishing Goods, 
Trunk*. Valises, etc S-z 



Imperial BkllUt Punch. 
The best of beverages. Try It, Made and 

sold only by Af a L. Wang: man, at his sympo. 
siac of fine Wines, Liquors and Segare, corner 
of Lefdesdorff and Halleck streets. Superb Hot 
Lunoh from 11 to 2- N. B. — Stock reports 
telt^rapaed directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 3x 



Free and .Easy. 
A. Vocal and Instrumental Concert will be 

given every Wednesday aad Saturday evening, 
at 683 Market street, opposite Kearny. The beat 
of talent wHl oe present. Everybody Is invited 
to attend and will receive good cheer and cor- 
dial treatment. 1 p 



Madame Clara Antocis, de Paris, Ea ; ineee 
ind Medical Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134 H Post street, near Du- 
pdLt, Correct dlagnoels and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations Is 
French, German and English. 60 



How I Made 830. 

By buying my bed-room set of rornltuTe of 
I. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market surest, two doors 
from Third. They sell Furniture 20 per cent, 
cheaper than any other dealers. I tried them 
all. 12-1 



rsE Masxivq'b Salad FaESsisa — best and 
oheipitt in town— at Oyster House 672 Howard 
street, near Third. 6-X 



Fresh aad 8wmt, 
For the beet eonfectlotwry, r* to Can* ssad 

Wagner's, 107 Mcatnn—rr St. near SnUcr. ■ 

From one tooth to a full upper set, from $6 
to $20. FliUcg reasonable. By Dr. Crowell, D. 
D. SV&0, 00 Seirfiv ■ treet, near Market. 2-j 



OUR BROADWAY. 

ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 



[From ffie Sen Jft-ancisco Bulletin, Saturday, April 
iih, 187* ] 

During the lait few years tbe great march of 
Improvement bai oenterod on Market Street Tbe 
Grand Hotel, tho elegant bnlldlog constituting 
ths u ff acltos," Bancroft's magnificent stroctare, 
aad many other* ia the immediate vicinity, tave 
glren a matvelons Impotaa l o the growth and 
prosperity of that tact of to* ity. 

Tbe Palaoe Hot«l, wt.b many other projeoUd 
improvements, all point with naerring eertitoty 
where tbe great tide of trade will hereafter flow. 
Namerooa wholeaalera and 1 large number of re- 
tail merchants have setecttd Market street as tbe 
basis of their trade, btltevlog It to be tbe main 
artery of San Francisco. To obtain a good front- 
age on this tboroaghfare seems now impossible, as 
nsatij every store, what her modern or old faih- 
ioned, has a rnth of aopiiosnte. Mr. P. Beamish 
hating thoroughly studied this question of 1 00a- 
tion, some years ago secured one of the elegant 
storea aeder tbe Maclens, and be hie reoently 
rented tbe one adjo niog, thereby giving bis prem- 
ises 1 fro.tage of 88 feet on Market street by 18 
feet on Third, or, we might state.almost tbe en- 
tire ground floor of the Nucleus Hotel. We had 
the pleasure yesterday of examining his varied 
and extensive stack, consisting of the most com- 
plete and welt selected line of gentlemen's Fur- 
nishing Goods to be toned In this market. We 
also examined 1 very large and fine assortment of 
Clothing, both of foreign and domestic material, 
embracing every fashion and style suitable for the 
present season. 

Mr. Bsamieh has never oarried an Inferior line 
of goods since he haa ba*a in basiaess, and bia 
snooesa as a merchant is owing entirely to the fact 
that he treats his customers fairly; consequently 
they renew their patronage. In some of our' 
ttores. a borer of clotbiog or underwear receives 
tbs umi treatment at the bands of a certain class 
of shopkeepers, ae unsophisticated countrymen 
daily experience od Chatham street, New York. 
This mode of fl seeing the public by guaranteeing 
domestic goodi for genuine Scotch tweeds ov 
west England clothe, has aroased the just indig- 
nation of our honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish is foremost In the ranks to lead 
public opinion, ind has ever mads it hie study to 
oarry oat bis representations. Bo strictly li every- 
thing conducted in his establishment, that the 
merest oovioe cin implicitly rely upon receiving a 
ji?t return for bis expenditure. No second price 
is taken on purchases, which indicate a high 
sense of business honor. Bis entire stook, from 
the nneetbeiver oreaseimere to a band kerchief or 
a package of hose, is sold at a fair living price ; 
and an oilsr under that rate Is respectfully bnt 
emphatically declined. This one price system is 
the only standard of oommereial honor. We 
know such ethics rarely find acceptance; with a 
certain class of business men In Sao Francisco and 
other large cities, bat still they that strict ij ad- 
here to them invariably succeed, while tbe others 
enjoy bat a modiolum of patronage. We believe 
that the mercantile clasaei of this country wilt 
soon be sroased to the BeoessiLr of uniformity of 
prices, and admit the oorreotness of tbe doctrine 
merely isabaeineisexpedienoy.if net prompted by 
a higher motive. It was sot oar Intention wbeo 
we commenced to write this article to assume the 
attitude of a moralist, but we think a word in sea- 
son may operate beneficially on Quite a number of 
our shopkeepers and raise their notions of correct 
dealfsg to a higher stindard. We would, there 
fore, cheerfully recommend all OUT friends and 
readers to call upon Mr. Bsamieh and inspect bis 
fine sod matchless atock of Famishing Goods and 
Clothing, snd we feel persuaded that the correct- 
ness of our advice will bo folly indorsed by their 
experience. 



Manapfers 

Of AmuBemeate, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerta, sxe directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Stei-ett, 532 Cray Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, an Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit tbe most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of -every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little In advance of 
plain -white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 16 to 42 inch letters, In stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing Hooee was established by he 
praeeat proprietor in &650, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation erer«ince. 3-cj 



Strawborrlcs : Strawberries 

Tbe Matinee Fruit Store 409 Bush, is the place 
to obtain yonr nice, fresh Strawberries. Parties 
pitroBfxlng as will b.< promptly attended to, 
and can rest assured that their Berries will be 
sent home in good condition, as we hive a 
right eprir g wsgen expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your address oar wagon will call for 
orders every d"sy, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. -Give us a trial. If 



Trie Verdict. 

Half of the bait-dressed gentlemen In this 
city would say, If atked the question where 
they had their clothes made, that they went to 
Batouo At Btouds, No. 613 Washington street, 
and would al$o advise you to go tbere If you 
waoted a perfect-fitting soft made In the latest 
strle, from either Imported or domestlo goods, 
at the lowest price compatible with a good 
garment, . Cm 

Jos Grusra's Restaurant, at 10S California 
Mirket, has been long and favorably known by 
the pnbli; a? a plaee where nice Chop*, Port?r> 
Hoaee ttrafcs and Oyttsrs la eve y style could 
behsd. A th.'rt time sine?, Mr. Gtastamsde 
an addltlos of a whole floor to his plaoe, so 
ihu he c uld accommodate families. His res- 
t.uratt, as now constructed, can well be called 
a family re>taurai t &M 

Music Hath. CliariBi. 

Piano3 tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and eatlsfaiton guaranteed, by one that 
understands *he business. Also, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
at 754 Market or 64 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by Gh W . Morgan. i.y • 



Blankets sand Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What 
Cheer Laundry. • 



Oo rvot; Suffer from corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Oerns, Buu- 
ens, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. fl. Cowan's Inct!- 
tdte, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 
nw«k from experience, hiving tested tbe Doc- 
tor's capability. Beferences given llrequlred, a 



A. JPlemsMtnt iiocation. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in » 
Oantral location, should visit the Alhamura,- 
and inspect the line suites of rooms to let there 
Ine building Is a vara fine one and IB well 
lighted and ventilated. 



SXeaieal Wonder 

Cures rheumatism, bllllorrs pains, neuralglt, 
oatarch, and minor acheB and pains. All Drag 

gists keep It. 3-b 

■ 

Db. Bexbb, Patent Gold Crowns lor broken 
or decayed Teeth, 230 Kearny street. 2-bh 
Nsw FSirnisning: Goods. 

Cheap, it the What Cheer Laundry. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ROYAl^ OAK* 

Special Notice. 

RMESBEB, THR OLD SPORT, 
• beg* to inform bia patron- mad friends that 
h« has removed from the old RED LION to th 
ROYAL OAK, 

0*8 Sacramento Street. 

Free and Easy every Saturday nlcht, with a host 
Of talent. 
S9» Grand Opening Wight FRIDAY July 3d . 
■9r~ Don't forget to tire us a call. jit 



PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 



Corner of New Montgomery sand 
■SUasion. atieeti, 



TO T^EST. 

BY THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASONABLE BATES, FOB 

Circuses, Acrobats, Lectures 
or Meetings. 

This Magnificent B.Hdtag bu Seatlog Accom- 
modation for 

3,000 PERSONS. 

For parUonlars apply to 

8HSB1DAI COKBIN A CO , 
eOfJ Montgomery Street, 
je23 Boos 9. 



1776. 



1874. 



TO LET. 

,a 

OPERA HOUSE, 

By the Night or Week. 
Apply at the Box Office 



MAGUIRE'S NEW THEATRE. 

j.ra 



LEAGUE OFJREEDOM 

THIS BOOIETY WAS ORGANIZED LAST 
Tuesday Jans 16th, by delegates of the 
"Grocers' Onion Trades Union" acd "Personal 
Liberty Leigue." The objsot of the organization 
is mutual protection against any infringement 
up oa persona! rights. Its principal objeot now is 
to work igainst Local Option. At a meeting oelu 
last evening tbe League of Freedom ideptsd 1 
Oode of Laws. To-day proper agents will canvass 
the city for members— the j are empowered to col- 
lect one dollar initiation fee isd lsaue Oertidoites 
of Membership. OertiBeatsa of Membership may 
also be obtained at the offloe of tbe League, No. 
623 Clay street, Boom 9. from Si. M. to 4 P M- 
By order of Committee . 

JULIUS BUHLERT, Secretary. 
je20-3t 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 



McDowell, Snow Card Writer 

Beady made and m «j , to order. Boom 10 

S08 Market street, cor. Post aad M»B8gomei7 u 

W2as*« CUiecx- Lm unary 

Is Che bait Laundry In San Francls;o • 



WJjsa,ti01>-«9er lj*nm.<li-v, 

£U Lefdesdorff street, near eaoramento. 






FOURTHJFJULY 

SPECIAL NOTICE — ALL ASSOCIATIONS. ' 
Independent Military OompanieS, and private 
iodividn&la, who intend participating in tbs ap- 
proachlnir celebration, and wbo have oot yet slg- 
nlBed tbelr intention to do so, are requested to 
notify tbe Grand Marshal immediately, so that 
they oan be fastened proper positions in tbe line. 
DANIEL NOKOROSS, Grand Marshal* 
joli-tf 



FOURTH OF JULY ! 



Hbadqtjabtehs Executive Committee,) 
6U5 Clay ttraet, neat Montgomery, v 

THB COMMITTEE ON INVITATIONS ARK 
nowsendingent InvititiOBB to the numerous 
Orders, Societies, Organizations, etc., In this 01(7 
ASD OITY OF OAKLAND, to joio In tbe Pro- I 
cession 00 the ipproiohtog Anniversary of our 1 
National Independence. Fearing, however, that y 
some may be inadvertently overlooked and the , 
perhaps tbere may ba thereby eogendered a feel- il 
tug that in aot of fcjaBtioe bad been committed 
tbe Committee desires thus publlely to extend a 
cord;al and heartfelt invitation to all organized 
bodies In the city, and in the OITY OF OAK- 
LAND, to take part in tbe celebration of toe Ntu s 
tion's Birthday. A splendid procesaion lb alrsadv 
assured. Let all join it in the spirit In which this 
invitation Is tendered, and It will be a triumph) 
surpassing all former celebrations of the dayitt 
thleeity. An early responae is ••pecially request- 
ed, so that thti Grand Marihal may be able to a 
sign the bodies accepting, their appropriate pos - 
lions in the line. 

It is proposed to organize a oompany of "AN 
TIQUE AND HORRIBLES," to take part in the 
Preoeieieo. All desiring to join will please com- 
mucicate with tbe Chairman of the Invitata 
Committee. 

By order of the Committee on Invitations. 

O. ¥. VON RHBIX, Chairman. 

San Franoisc*. Jnne 16,1874. je-l". 



1776. 



1874. 



FOURTH OF JULY 



? 



Headquarter! Executive Committee. 
J10. 0OG clay Street* 

THE FOLLOWING NAMED GENTLEMEN 
have been appointed Oolleotore by the Fi- 
nance Committee, and are da), authorized to re* 
ceive .QbBOriotlonB in .Id of th. Celebration. 
Other, will b, appointed and announced ia a lew 
day. : 

H.Z. WHEELER, at large : 

I. J. TRUMAN and DBAS. M. LEARY, Front ,t. 
E. T. Alt 1 HON Y, F&oram.nto atreet, 
B. r. BONrvER.ClifonilarU.Iket; 
STEPHEN E ARKKR. at the Ulaaion : 
S. H.KJ.BT, at large; 
J. 0. PALMER, at large; 
DANIEL NO Hi BOSS, at large ; 
IRA P. RANKIN, Fonodriea. eta. 
B. J, SHAY. ALEX. G A ULT, Kearny street, frOI 

Market to Jaokaon ; 
J. P. 00CHR4N and W. F. HARRISON, hotel. ; : 
HENRY SCHMIDT and H. TON TENSEIELD, 

Washington street and parallel atreet. north; ; 
SAMUEL D. BAKER. Second. Third and Fourth 
atreet. 

By order of tbe C.mm ttee, 
je-2 -St . O. GUIBEY, Secretory . 



Kim . 



FOURTH OF JULY. 



Antique & Horribles 



THB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HAS VO- 
TED that a First Prize of 

One Hundred Dollars in Gold 

Shall be awarded to the beat snetained cbaraoUr 
appfaring in tbe "Antlqne and Horribles" in tho 

procession on tbe Foorth ol Jnly. 

Other prizes, to be hereafter announced, wilf be 
awarded to tbe eeoond and thiid beet chai asters. 

Al! desirinc to J3ia tne compinf will pie svee re- 
port to O. F. VON B-BEIrT. 
Obairtsao of the Invitation Committee. 

W. C. GUIBEY. Secretary. jB 



SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



T^IXLESI 



IS ACCOBlf 15CE WITO TM PBO. 

fialon. ofnn Act levy Ini a tax for State 
pnrpsaef, approved March *8, 1974, 
the Anditor of the City saod Connty of 
San Franclnco taae delivered to the an- 
dei-alyrned dnpllcate aaaeassnent books for 
the fiscal years 1 879) ?8 and 1873- 74. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 

That Taxes entered on said booka are 

now doe and payable and will become 

delinquent on the flrat Monday of July, 

18741, and that stoless paid prior thereto 

TWESTT.FIVE P£K CENT WILL 

BE ADDED to tbe amount thereof. 

A. ATT8TL1V, Tax CoUeetor 

City and Connty of San Francisco. 

ntyl2t-d 



i&O iZnCl Wanted a narty to mTe 
R5 *l/UV • imoaal, it will pay a r 



mrtat the above 

— . „. .. j a reSnrs of from 

SlO LtiO to*iS.(0) in oaSysar, tbe best payioc ba i- 
nsu in Sai tfraociaeo. For p»rticnlsni app y to 
5 Corbyn A C^-, Agents 6:G Montgomery "traet, 
Boosa 9. £»a Francisco. je29-tf. 



MUSIC. 

HZADQt7&fiTKBB FOUBTH OF Jt/CT ( 
OoMMiTXEE, MO. 60S Clay street-) 

T b*mbk of BANDS. AMD OTBEB MU- 
SICIANS wlsbinc to offer their serrloes tor ths> 
Foorth of July Oelebration , are reqneated to com- 
municate with tbs undersigned, as aboTe, without 
delay. 

OAFT. J. TUT1 LE, 
ietS-tf Obairman Mneio Committee. 



(TRADE MARE.) 




CATARRH 



E3 3VE X3 13 ~Y" I 

IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 

Fox- Sale ETerywhere. 

CRANE BRIG HANI, 

WHOLECALI AGBSXg. iiS-t 



.:; 



1871 



III 






BUCKQLOVE 



CtOSE £ 




t'UkluiW ISS*. 



• AW r»A»ci«rc. MiiSBAT, irtT n. Dn« 



Ir l.~«.irre •! «•' 
Val, XIX. ' - • ; _J 

BELLA UNION THEATRE 

»•».•• • «..•„,». 

''■■ " ' " »■■ •"' J wooeui 

A* • A r-A-WAe 

• BOOND WXXK 
...or til.,., 

di» i ltd l -if rn rotaKtiilv 

Mr. JA8. A. HERNE. 

la lie i^biiUJ Oenxl; of 

DANDT ANDT! 

THIS EVENING JTJLT « 

Too rtrhrmun wlli oo&amaoea wltk lb* 

KALE AND FEIALE MINSTRELS, 

'.■•» rt-e CAL UAHnirll.I.KIB«D«....MlTT. MILT 

IHTIUUII)*. 
('•■nie ••(!« Naiifa Kallr 

TERRENCES RETURN. 

Mile Alio, &AA. Ant Kd MarrAT 

CMOICi lEUCTIONS '.'.'..'..'..'. .H. H. AIICHfR 

"M| H«d D •»»<-# Hnal* Hnhlnwl 

t<>B S Mnifli-^l Cle-lr 

^"VSJ^i^i^--^ _*:.%■•.: ".^l, -^ "ji y; -y^ 11 i ^ J -- , < . l rg^** *f * 

Att r wbl:ta th» Comic Drama In 3 SCtl of 

HANDY ANDf 

ni\nv Aftnir tfr. .hum a. n»Rc 

S pi't Kagan,. I. W. suarotn Mr. Mofpht ... . rd Momat 

Ock Pa-- n r, Ha-roo Mr. Knrleog ..Oal. M.»d«»(iin 

r'rfw'd L)'0)Dnof II R. Aj-c&er bin. on .J". Brea 

-'li'* O't.rartr John Wo-idetd 

ixiSiii KOUNRT HU> JENRIB JUHMUN 

Med !t»noy..,Mafgie Kaiolra F*ot; D»w«oo...L«d* Proctor 

Ortrtor.. ._. ^.. ■ . . ... ... ._. ■ ■ Urea — US 

iVTjaj.UDk. 
FUBSOFALU|V^^ 

MISTAKEN IDENTITY. 

Kelly Br«« * n< * Barton 

Boni m4 Bunee Smle Koblnun 

Uuliud Loalne •omen 

To oonclnde with the Roaring Sketch of , 

ENGAGEMENTS! 

Mirxtr Ternary Aerton 

JameT.. 0.11 Boy. aHttK.lly 

uto«r obert.oters by Coirpior, 

IX BEHEAK91L, 

DOMBEY AND SON 



PLftTT S NEW WUSIC HALL. 

Grandest Show in the World 

ROYAL MARIONETTES! 

I * a T« f 

Si. Janes' Hall, and Crystal Palace. 



CaLLFORNU THBATBI. 



I 4IIMAIAUII 



last 'v^mins. qtjt oivizs 



or ik« ■ ■.•ait iii'ipNI Ijmnmi ef 



LONDON 




JILT 1 



ni'DAT ivnisi; 

THRBB1 
DISTINCT ENTERTAIMMENT8. 

r < I y Minstrr-N 

Os— ie— ; T TH« H**D 



TWII 



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Flrat ApptJU-ano* of 

B E. Ha 1^ ^ PATE3MAN 

A.IA7X> 

P. BURNETT. 



TLflFl. J" 



r. to i«j » a »t 

THE ITALIAN FANTOCCINI. 

OK. riKHl wint.ir 

■itHt ■*• •»• T«* R<p*\ Pet anl fl 'ay, PjW» laae*'; 

OSa^ea T ma.-. Iitrtli, lb* SHI Cowl, Ocmp und 

Taik T**?a tale .faiae, rvu M * Ba »•▼. Coin m Be I 

fUe«-*v OaitHaaj. Oa l a a— ana Ktopoe, IM U llpatlen 

Hjft^aMlM -_n--_-_-L_r x 

T* toe- ree* »»-. l • Fair* Pant aaln-e of 

Little Red Riding Hood ! 

T»*'"ie»*» at WV* B*«*afc«M. A>»d aiia X*ti<-*1 0«ai (ior- 

■ B-r» 0> n a>a. m» l aeS l>*Uy Wardrtb a Environ 

■ •«i*rf (i4G'<t'*<i-| H<.«Mir (l»ii wile, me |Mid»«t 

• ( . l aaatj ira-a'ar***. •»». ■ .« B*«j a.id Cbera* at • 

* 

TWO MATINEES EACH WEEK. 

Wf<in,»H4ayui,dSutorda.v,Bt J P.M. 

PRICED OF ADMISSION. 
NCaa>ra»aal •*•!.. A#aJU »i oo 

ran*! *•• alaaarvaal »*» «•••»■ 

pAirB*.llt>.. . ., SO'fnli 

Brm H.im, k Uli| r»mr trrioqi »* «« 

• *'ra B.»«i « »8 •# 

MftllfWW ....40 WIH to all par la mt Ika H«w« 

ChUWr-i» a* Mill 

Waan — ao rninti .i ih« H»ll. Box r >Ai* eom from t A. 

M !■ • ■ II C. » :io,N0Lnll ...crtl Nuttir. 

WCDOBOUOB, EAR>S1*W A OX. PropiMton. 

o9AfTrj« r^fco a -mi i«ibia Hi.ll la forolibtKl bj T. M. AN- 
Tlsm I. A 00.. CU WMblsctoa Mr*it. 



Seoonct ^o*o©k. of aaftaawj 

MI1V1VIS3 ^?S7 ALTON. 



\:si> i ii i; w!;-*t OF i m. \vi;nv 

lol, fai l»« ftrti ilrat li B»d Fr.aoiaoo. Id a propor iaaaB*raTid with ■ iQiUbl* dl trUnlloa ot obarao- 
t r*. ibo nqiU.le Dome- Ho Coaielj. act UoO 



K<m 





Wniloa vipraaalj for MB. B0T11EBN by 1\iu Bjbtrtsrr, ■ nthor of "Cait ," "David Qairlok," "School," olo 

COL. JOHN WHITE MR. 80THERN 

MR. D0..R1>0» BKNRT 1DWABIB 

OArrAin lAuD^TROFr■ robbrt pvtbmah 

KKRT1K TBJMPSO^ ■ J P- BURNBTT 

jobk " MAnHaws 

MRS PIH0U8KOK "IBS BELLA PATKMAH 

DSRA TUOUUAUUH «ISS MINNIE WALTON 

LCOt DOBRIlOlf "198 JRMfls Lit 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY II, 1814, 

"HOME" MATINEE! 

MR. SOTHERN as .COL. JOHN WHITE 



IN PRBPAHATIOlvr, 



it 



t^- THo STEINWAY PIANO used on tbls ocottlan U klidly lomod b; 11 ORiT. 



"THE VILLA," 

At U* f«aw 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tb« BollUe* havioi Jait ba«ra ootsplatad. tt 

ro» ■ -■ '..»a opao to o* p-j'.nc. Tba boaaa la alo- 
B . . m*d. and bai 

X our Pul>llo Parlors, 

— A3TD— 

Ten PrlTate Dining BoomB, 

Tb* wbotabaiocballt, oat Ilka a pabllo boul 
bat aa It ia oa.mad 

An Elegant Villa. 

Tha Villa" la located at tba lut or oortb-araat- 
atx git* ot tba Park. 

fttUaraoa Braakfaate, Diooera and Bappon 
pr"ti»r»J oo tba aoorteat notico. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PUOPRISTOB. lf>U 



:f»ee A.ivr> easy 

....AT TH«.... 

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

SAIiOON. 
Ma. <tms uciAHCtn itiiit, 

(Kbowo a, th. 0UIOAOO BKKR DBPOTJ 
K»»r j HnlnrJar BveBlOB Mt 8 o'clock. 

tilTIZCXB IN GINHUAL, AND ALL ADS. 
> tr.ll.Qi ,ad N.w ZMl.Dil.r. ,r. m»it»J U 
*t*.Brt .nd ,r* AWar»d o( A h.».ty wnloo .1* ADd 
«ood u..r. A MDlUl HOT 1.UN0I1 ,.r»d ...rr 
aL.j.'" ,MlL 0K0. B. AUBTIN. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Ball 

CHA8. L 8TONK, Proprietor. 

No. 4 1 7 Kearny Street, 

Bataaan California and Pioa. 
Thia alar an t roaori. baa laAaly been enlarged, at \ 
now oootaloa 1 new BbtsI tables. The beat. Llqaoi i 
and Uiaara at tbe Bar. Fire lame floelj f orolahai 
rooma. for olobi aod prtrat* partial ontbelrowi 
tarma and rolaa. j«7-lm 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFKI 

BEING VOVK FAMILY! 

■RING YOTJR TaAUY FRIBNOS 

And enjoraTi-w of tba flwit OOKAN PANO- 

&AJKA IN TUB WOULD, all in sight of 

tba world-renof ned 

Qolden Gate. 

With itlwt of whlif-wiDurd mosnaoRert, enterln* 
from a»arj part of tba commercial world. 

atarNew Llna Bmaei. oooanctlog with Strati 
Una at Lone Mouniain erarj V> minatoe hereaftel 
for tbe (Jliff Hooao i»l-t( 



Grand Duke Alexis 




THE DEPOT OF THH GRAND DUKU AL- 
axla Ties, cotoo Oonirrexa Gaiters nud Cr»D0b 
Ttea inrG'*nt»acd Boyi. n at P. Keli,'a, tba 
Pnz * Boo'.tnnkT. 

A<> Cuara of tbe above Jtoadi now io store. Rod 
will be aold at Eastern prieea. 

Parione r»sidin« in tbe country daiiroai Of Ob- 
tuinmif ofrtoot fitting Boots and Shoes, can itod 
for P. Kelly's Oiroolar.containlng bie new matbod 
of Belf-meaenrement and list of eastern prtoos. 



To the Unfortunate. 

BK. GIBDOBTsi BI8PENSABY. 

NO. «S3 KEARNY STREET, Con- 
ner ol Commercial, Ban Francieoo 
Kni races on Commercial etrsst. Hatab- 
IlBbod In 18-M, for tbe treatment and 
oore of all diseases of tbe arloarr and 

. nenerative O'gans, and all physical OOD- 

ditiunaor weakness ooneeqnent npon tbe errors 
or Ifcnoranoe of trie sexes. UklD disease (of rears' 
standing) a- d o Ice rated legs eaucoBstoIly treated. 
The rick and tbe affllot«d sbonld not fail to oal) 
apon bim. Tha Doctor baa tiaroi^d extensiTelj 
in Eorope. and lospeotcd thoroucbly tbe varloni 
bospltafs there, obtaining a sreat deal of vaioable 
information, wbioh be ia competent to impart to 
those in need of bis cerrlosi. Dr. Oibbnn will 
make noobtrge nnlses be effects a cars. Addrsei 
DR. J. F . GiBBOiY, Box 1957, Han Francisco. 
noJS-tl 



Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Vet, MontitoDfrj and Henror. 



Altoiitlon, (Joort Lifers 

MR. P. BBRGRS. FORMERLY 
proprietor of the Minora' Hea- 
rt botb th* Mlnara' Kauaarant oa, 
Oommerolal straet and tue Mloora' 
BraoQQ on Market street. Oar Bills of Fats 

■*att>-*aa all (be dvlioaoies of tbe aoason. Uci 
- aoiwh "'Good Fare. Ooo j Cooking and Modarau 
Ofaargaa." 

P. UKKOXI .tt «'0. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

B81 and *«» Oommarolal. c— 
T«a> Market etraat. 

Opan roa 5 a.v. to 10 rjs. aaiS-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 



tiairdressing Establishment. 

UiW^lw K.Ara.y. PR10K8 
BBDUUKO. B.tb.. 'AS o.otA 
Bh.rl.,, » O.D1., Uai. Cat-. 
— mpooii 



■ ALU 



JOHH OKKIF. 



P. H. McCANN. 

PlIiCIICAL HATTER 

No. MS TklrA Alrut 

BWM. M»it.l .cj lllnii, ,tMAlA. 



S. W. DENNI3, 

Dentist, 



- - tb. hA.t .nd rMon-d tbo iw.cttue 
Ol bi, profuMion, Atbl. former office, 

AM KIAB1T HTllEAiT, 

Bam FhaxcuoO. m, 






If. MEN D EZ, 

WO. (9 Coary stress 

hbd ijioiv, 




FUKKANU EAST Aror 
BAtardA, ...oiaa ,t o o'olonk. 
Bunt wir-., . n d Liqaor.. Tb, 
"Oldbj..." A-lll a1*A» b« O. 

bAod to moot ai, IrloDd.. 

Inll 



319 BUSH STREET. 

ALH&MBRA house. 



netted, near all tba ptlnolpsl Uotals. i 
Beitsorant- aod plaoss of Ainnaemast* I 



A NEW I!, 00TAT2 **■:■■• a 

PIANOS 



WILL BE 

SOLD tit a BARGAIN, 

Oa Aooon t of departure from tb, BtAtB, 

OaII, or Addreie 

•FIGARO" OFFICE, 

582 Merobaut at. 
DAU-if 




PROGRAMMES, 

Ami all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



TO THE LOVERS of SONC 

AND SOCIAL VK JOTBtXT. 

H.vlae mAdemitAble.lterAtlooe for ooodaotlof 
A Urat-clAU FBSii AND KAItY At tbe 



CHARING 



606 MISSION 



* 



SALOON, 

NEAR STCONfl. 



Wa intend rnnnlrg It as of yor«— S^oiabiliiy al- 
WAjaoor motto, Politeness and Fair Dueling oar 
rale. Graod op*ning Balardav Mar Win, 187-1. Free 
and E'3r evory Siturday daring tb* teaion. Oar 
old palroosand tht. oubllc ID gnnrrel are oordialy 
Invit'd. Cbair Uk«n br oar old ubanmao MR. 
F, PHILLIPS ftt a'olock dbar-.. 

fAOLl'M A WILD. 



DR. WILLIAM S. DAVIS & G A. CASE. 

DEKTTISTSf 
SS BtontBomerr Street, 

Opp. Liok Hoose. — - 

Dentistry lo all its braoohAH.rat raasonabla ratee. 
mb30-3m 




teaching baginseri. 



CLAY- STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

SU* Duy Street, cor. 

•tocktuu. 

Thia la the moat eleaant 
ard commodious Uidlrg 
Academy in tbo city ; opeo 
dar and eveniBg. Partlc- 
nlar atteatloo paid to 
j»27-fini 



KLL. Offloe aid Rutrtcra 



A. MARSHALL, Proprietor. 



AOCTTSZO TATJG1 



COal l Coal i 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE. 
CO-A..L- r>KALETt». 

Offlcei i W'hol«aolc. Ba.lkb.ead. 

Between Facfic and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 4 1 3 and 4 1 5 Pacific St., 

Above Saosome. - 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 
XKWrUKT COOS BAY COAL CO., 

And Dealers In all Descriptions of 

IToreiern a,n<l Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

ep!S P. O. BOX 1«0». 



California Ahead of the World 
.:.... is 

W00LEN_ GOODS. 

THE UMDERS1GNKD IS IN RECEIPT OF 
Blanket", Flannels, Horaa-Blankatlng, etc. 
direot from the Mills, and will sell In Iota to suit 
Depot, 68 New Montgomery atreot: 

-■ OEO M. MAIN. Agent. 



$300,000 OO 

TC3 I.OA1V! 

AT BEDDOKD RATES, ON MINING STOCKS. 
B.A1 AAtAte, Bu.iaee. P.psr Abd other Coi- 
lAtorale, 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

880 Monla.mt-ry Street. 
TO8-H 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AUD. .. .^ 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC*! 
TRIMMINGS. 

No. 19 BContfromery Arenoe, 8. F. 

HUM T ROJV3KK* TOUN^ON 



KTOTI OB. 

Gray's Music Stores, 

6*3, 633 OLAY STKKET. 

IN OM>ER TO ACOOMMODATB TH K PDBLIO 
*od tbe moeioal p-of^evo' t.Jt\V ".i AIUS1U 
Mores will bereAf'er oloie et 8 P. M. leete.d of 6 
P. M. Aif rm-ri. m.l9-ln> 



FRE». K A.TZ, 
BEEF AHDPORKs 



CANDIES 
1VC. 



CANDIES! 



TVT BRODH 

Mtmuficfcore* ever, dAKArfplloa ot 

(Altlirr tVT>..tr-.lr ,And K>talL 

CIS S.e.-nt Bt.. betwera SAATAnle&Ao nod OaU. 

foroiA And IS? aocond ttrt.t. f tweeo 

MlDQ. »Et1 7V-r , Dol-llA 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

»OM«STONAl.r,T KlirtWU AH '■11TTL1 



-ITB IOVRRAI. OF AMOBEMEKTS. 

- cliatad tnn IW *■ d» Ywr *" 
E» BOOAHDtrS 

3olow MoDWomftfT. San FTanotooa. 



M0HD4Y 



..JULY 6, 1874 



An Editor in <Cuclt. 

The LoaU»iB» Conrier-Joarnal B»y»: 
There is somelbiog well nigh BlanoiDg io 
the good Jack ol J. Htrcn Fo.t-.r, a Phila- 
delphia editor notirithetaDdlog tbe express- 
ion, ■ A Philadelphia editor for luck," passed 
into a pr;Tert> long since. At the time of 
the California gold ftvsr tbia fortunate 
Foster booght somoch-ap California land. 
He ra!d little attention to hia ie»e«tment, 
but recently bis wife went to the Pac'flc 
Ccast and found that the property bad bo 
increased in Taloe as to be worth talf a 
million dollars. To .add to the felicity of 
the Foetere tie two yonng ladies of tie 
faaily, right npon Ike heelB of the Califor- 
nia wonder, fell heirs to an estate worth 
$100,000. There is one melancholy feature, 
howeyer, to tbia remarkable affair. One of 
the yen ng ladies is of a literary torn and 
interna t ) start a newspaper as soon as the 
becomes of age. 

Sill F Billy. 

Li i ie Billy was yery cross and tred lhe 
other night, and he wanttd his father to 
take him on ha knee ; bat father was tired, 
or pretended to be. "I want yen to hold 
me on yonr knee," he whined. "I tell you 
I cannot do it ; I am tired," replied his 
father impatiently. "Tired ! yon wasn't 
very tired last night when yon held Mary 
on yonr knje in the kitchsn." Billy got a 
spanking, and was put to bed, after which 
Mr. and Mrs. B. bad a little confab. That 
rjretty servant girl is now looking for an- 
other situation, without a character to as- 

eist her. 

PnntoMonserlne; Newipapan, 

Two men have died this year In the Man- 
chestar and Liverpool hospitals from mere 
fear of hydrophobia. "Perhaps," says a 
writer in an EnglUh paper, "these are not 
the only instances of the unintentional but 
fatal mischief done by panic-mongers. Such 
persons have loss of life a?d the anxiety of 
thousands to answer for." 



Spreading Ibe Set-d. 

Not long ago a clergymen in a country 
church not a thousand miles from Augus- 
tine, G3 , after finishing his sermon and sn- 
rjouBCiog a temperance meeting, eaid he 
had some cotton seed for sale of a new va- 
riety which could be bad— at only a dollar 
per bag. 



Mi 



i'oong H*.b troxn the Ea*t* 

* I'm a stranger In this city, 
I'm lately from the Eaet, 
icd mighty fond of oyeteri, 
Where caclfitta ft-a&t 1 
I've been to all the restaHranta, 
Sat nowhere ooald I find, 
A plate ef Ear-tern oyeters, 
Of the old-fashioned klod.". 



"Trail, I can tell yon/* nii hia Mend,; 

O "Exactly where to go. 

And where to get yonr oysters. 
Direct from where they crow. 
Jnst take a stroll down PISE 8TBIET, 
At 419. opposite the Mariet, 
Ton'll see a sign, -THE HADDLE IOOK, 
Ton can't fall to remark it, 

M Emerson Ccrvilte keeps the place, 
The best saloon In town, 
There yon can gst yonr oysters raw. 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's the l»rge* t oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Coi-t, 
And that he Keeps the freshest 
Has ever been bl= boaet. 

'* He's got nice little private rooms, 
Wbere yon can sit at ease. 
And eat yonr California stew, 
Or Eastern If yon please, 
<T : I All the yonngmen of fashion go 
Hlght to the SADDLE EOOE, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTEBS 
And drink their Rhenish hock." 



J>r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
ehronio and specific practice, and as snob la 
now the most snoeeBefnl of any Physician in 
Ban Fraae*6cc. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors oelow What 
Ghaer Hon** ____^_^_ * 

If Ton 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve f»od), take 
a coarse of sea.wst r baths at tbe Sanitarium 
foot of Powell ft ett, North Beach. Exclusive 
department and Udyattendmt for ladles. Five 
ticket! for f I. _______ o Q 

Fine tVatches 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
Calender's, corner of Sesond aad Mleelon. & 
floe u-ortment of chains, Jewelry, etc. Call 
and examine, IVr 



Special to Ladles. 

For dressmaking In all Its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs, J. J. Walker, at 310 
Post meet. Terms reasonable. S-Qy 



D*>ntavl Work. 

Fob fetor quautx or work, go so T. O. Jes- 
snp, dentist, cor. Sutter md Montgomery, over 
Tucker's, S.Q 

Kb. L. JazjaKwrrs, No. 240 Kearny etreet, 
New and Second-Hand Clothing, of all descrip- 
tion.., b ongbt and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. n 



The Newspaper and the Advertiser. 

Bay what you will, it's human nature to 
favor those who favor you, and do it bou 
eatly. A liberal advertiser, in a reputable 
business, is always a goad fellow, as mean 
men never advertise.-? When you hear a 
man erpKB3 contempt for the newspapers, 
set him down as a fool; If you Wint to teat 
bim, and prove that he lies, puff him, and 
see how pleased be will be, and how cord al 
he will be, and how he 'pat you on tha back 
Thfre is nothing that you could do butwtat 
would be forgiven and forgotten, sooner than 
a little uncomplimentary squib in a news- 
paper. You may go on all your life saying 
good things every day about Borne person 
without one word of credit; but the firat 
item of reprimand, and all you have ever 
done is forgotten at once, and you bave a 
bitter and relentless enemy from that timt- 
Every person who wants to purchase any 
kiod of merchandise will read an advertise 
mentof that merchandise whsnever it ap* 
rears bef re him. While we believe that 
every person engaged in a respectable bUBi- 
neES should advertise, we alao believe it to 
be the duty of tbe publisher, every thing 
else being equal, tj do what he can, when- 
ever the opportunity offers, to favor those 
who favor him. For ourselves, we always 
etiy by oar friends, and never yet, heathen- 
Bh as it may B&em, forget in enemy. 

•«• 

TIme*s Healing Finger. 

It is reviving to know that eorrow doesn't 
always kill— that hearts don't break or bust 
as easily as baaks. There's Mr. Solcoff, for 
instance. Six months ago his wife died, 
and be expressed a determination to not 
survive her. He even b id ted of laudanum, 
looked wild when he passed a gunsmith's, 
and his friends watched him with care when 
he approached near even to a dock-pond. 
But time set it healing finger on bim, aod 
Ust week he led to tbe altar a fair hdy, 
whom be told be bad never loved ontil be 
bad seen her- Should she die, he'll p. oba- 
bly have the same sad experience. It's only 
those who've been bereaved half a dozen 
times of a beloved wife or bueband who 
can bear their ead loss with becoming equa- 
nimity. 



Men Milliners. 

In this age of woman's rights, when it is 
proposed that avocations hither ti monopo- 
lized by men should be open to bold and 
adventurous spirits of the other sex, it is 
curious to observe that some branches of ar- 

istio industry generally occupied by woman 
are invaded by masculinity. In Paris there 
are now nine women's dressmarkers and six 
milliners oarrying on Urge establishment, 
and all of thsm men. These gentlemen are 
laid to be remarkable for their refined lux- 
ury and elegant display. None of them aver 
go abroad without a carriage, or is beheld 
except in the most complete and and spot- 
less costume — men's coBtume, of course. 



Dangerous Teaching, 

Small danger lies in the description of 
violent sensational crimes, which we pre- 
sume no one in his senses would take as a 
pattern to go by; but when falsehood, treach- 
ery* tensuality and selfiehness are depicted 
as part of the natural order of things, in- 
born circumstances of humanity, common 
to all alike, and seen as often in the good 
as the bad, then harm of the worst kind is 
done to the weak and impressionable, and 
the work is as dangerous as its teaching is 
nntrue. 



Sprint? Style Hats. 

Light, beautifully finished and graceful in 
shape, the new Spring style of Ha-u manufac- 
tured at "The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny street), 
Is just the thing to make aman look a hundred 
per cent better. Don't wear a shab by old hat. 
Go to "The Hat S.or=" for a new one. Prices 
reduced. S-T 



Great Barpcalriri in Olotnlnjfc; 

The only store In tbe city that has tbe largest 
cheapest and flneetaaeortmeatof Men's and Bora 
(nothing, is H. Peyser's Montgomery Avtnae 
Olothiog Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington and Jackson. Also, a large assort- 
ment of Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks. 
sod the finest stock of Genta' Furnishing Goods, 
Tracks, Viliso. . etc 2-x 



San Jose Hospltallry. 

The fc'au Jobo Mercury of Friday, gives 
the following pleasing illustration of what 
Loapitalily in San Jose ie: Tbe latest depart- 
ure of ihe genus "bum" was taken yester- 
day. An honest yeoman from the sturdy 
redwoods came to town ani shipped too 
much liquor; getting drowsy, he sat on a 
sill and went to Bleep. From this slumber 
be was aroused by an old bummer, who ac- 
tually arrested him for vagrancy, and ad- 
vised him to get a good square meal some- 
where, before going to jail! The mountain- 
eer had some money, and together the pair 
reraired to ihe Bnckeye. Here tbey oalled 
or soup, tbe object of tbe bummer being 
to get a meal out of the old man, and prob- 
ably rob him. They were taken for ac- 
quaintances, and tbe order filled; on tbe 
nailer returning, he found tbem quarreliDg, 
and soon discovered what the moon/amecr 
bad be&un to eupp- cl, the true nature of the 
situation. "Bom" was dismissed without 
his soup, and the yeoman was advised t j 
look out for himself. For a piece of cool 
impudence, this case may bo considered 
leading. It derives additional interest from 
tbe fact that impersonating an officer is an 
offence under the Code. 



Imperial Alllh: Punch. 

The best of t eve rates. Try It, Hade and 
sold only by At a L. Wang; man, at his sympo- 
siac of fine Wines, Liquors and Segarr, corner 
of Leldesdorff and Halieok streets. Superb Hot 
Lonoh from 11 to 2. K. ti.— Slocr reports 
telegrapnevi directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 2x 



X>r. _i -n. 

Oculist, aurist. Catarrh, throat and lung 
pbyitjcian, 213 Geary tt., above Stockton. Office 
hours B) 1-2 a. at. to 3 t. M., 6 to 7 p. M. 2-« 



Waehlnp: Returned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 
laundry. No Obinamen employed. * 



I_op m A5D ni Ttrrmx akb- Gals ax 
the Opera House B»», adjoining the Opera 



Free and. Ea«y. 

A Vocal and Instrumental Concert will be 
given every Wednesday and Saturday evenlDg, 
at 683 Market atreet, opposite Kearny. The beat 
of talent will oe present. Everybody Is itvltcd 
to attend and will receive good cheer and cor. 
dial treatment. 4 p 



Madame Clara Antonls, de Paris, Bu-lness 
and Medical Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 1?AH Post street, near TJu- 
poat, Correct diagnosis and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations 1b 
French, German and English. 6 o 



Bow I Made Sao. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J. A. Shaber & Co., 707 Market s. re at, two doors 
(rem Third. They sell Furniture 20 per cent. 
cheaper than any other dealers. I tried them 
all. 12-x 



IT sa Masking 'a Baxad Dbxbszko— best and 
cheapest In town— at Oyater House 672 Howard 
street, near Third. 5-k 



P rein and Sweet •_ 

Far the best confectionery, are to Oaatr and 
Waanar'a. 107 Mtntvomerr St. near Snttct ■ 



A Position to be Desired. 

The Milwaukee Bentioel thus epitomizes 
the daily life of an editor-iu-caief. From 
the plaintive tone of tbe last sentence the 
writer intimateB that be knows bow it is 
himself: "Tbe young man who is fitting him- 
self for a journalistic career asks us if the 
chief editor's position ie difficult. On the 
contrary it is tbe most oomfortable place on 
the paper. He has only to dash off a few 
columns of editorials a day aad then enjoy 
himself. All the good-looking women with 
poems are shown, into his rooms, and he 
smokes all tbe cigars sent in for tbe report- 
ers. He receives invitations to deliver ad- 
dretsea at country furs, and carries home 
tbe best of the books sent in for review. 
When he hasn't aoytbing else to do he looks 
over copy aod carefully rons his peDC 1 
through the joke tbe writer struggled fonr 
hours with and considered bis masterpiece," 



Couldn't Scare Her. 

Gray ville,- 111., claims the coolest woman 
in the State as a citizen. Her husband told 
her that he was going down in the cellar to 
commit suicide, and did go down etaire and 
fire ■ broadside into the pork barrel. His 
wife kept right on knitting, and after awhile 

he man came up stairs swearing tbe woman 
hadn't got ar.y feeling. 



OUR BROADWAY. 

ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 



[From tht San Francisco Bulletin, Saturday, April 
4ft, 187*.] 

Dorloc the laat few years the treat march of 
improvement bai centered on Market Street. Tbe 
Grand Hotel tbe elegant bnildiac oanstitatins 
th»"lfacleua," Bancroft's Enagni8cent structure, 
and many others in the fminediste vicinity, haye 
giren a marvelona impetus l o tbe growth and 
prosperity of that cart of tb* ity. 

Tbe Palace Hotel, w'tb mas? other projected 
improvements, all point vitb noerTinsj certainty 
where tbe great tide of trade will bereaf'.er flow. 
Numerous wholesalers and a large Dumber of re- 
tsii mere bints bave selected Market atreet aa tbe 
basis of tneir trade, believing it to be the main 
artery of Sid Francisco. To obtain a good front- 
age on this thoroughfare seems now impossible, ae 
nearly every store, whether modern or old faah- 
ioned, basarnah of applicants. Mr. P. Beamish 
having thoronzhls stadied this qaestion of loca- 
tion, some jeara ago secured cne of tbe elegant 
stores under the Nacleas, and be has reoectlj 
rented the ens ad j a niag, tbareby giving bis prem- 
ises a frontage of 36 feet on Bdarkst street br 18 
feet on Third, or, wa might state, almost tbe en- 
tire ground floor of tbe Nnoleos Hotel. We had 
tbe pleaenre yesterday of examining his varied 
and extensive stick, consisting of tbe most com- 
plete and well selected line of gentlemen's Fur- 
nishiog Goods to be fouod In this market. We 
also examined a very large and One aaaortmeat of 
Olothiog, both of foreign aod domestio material, 
embracing ever; fashion and style suitable for the 
present leasoS. 

Mr. Beamish has never carried an inferior line 
of goods since he has bnen in bneioess, and his 
success aa a merobant ie owing entirely to the fact 
that be treats bis customers fairly; conseqaently 
tbey renew tbeir patroca^e. la some of oar 
etores, a baysr ot clothing or nnderwear receives 
the earn* treatment at tbe band* of a certain class 
of ehopkeeiters, as nneophiatioated conntrymen 
daily experience on Chatham street. Nan York. 
Thia mode of fl seeing tbe pnbllo by gaaraateelna; 
domestic gooda for genoioe Scotch tweeds or 
west England cloths, has aroused tbe Jatt indig- 
nation of cor honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish la foremost in tha ranks to lead 
publto opinion, snd bas ever made it bia study to 
carry out bis representations, bo Strictly is every- 
thing conducted in bis establishment, that tbe 
merest novice oan implioitly rely upon receiving a 
jnst return for bis expenditure. No second price 
is taken, on purchases, which indicate a high 
sense of business honor. Bis entire stock, from 
tbe duett beaver cr oassimere to a bandkarohlef or 
a package of bose, is Bold at a fair living pre* ; 
and an offer under that rate is respectfully bnt 
emphatically declined. This one price system ia 
the only standard of oommeroial honor. We 
know such ethics rarely find acceptance; with a 
certain class of business man In Ban Fraooieoo and 
other large cities, bat stilt they that strictly ad- 
here to them invariably succeed, while tbe others 
enjoy bat a modioinm of patronage. We believe 
that the mercantile classes of tbis country will 
soon be aroused to the necassity of uniformity cf 
prices, and admit the correctness of the doctrine 
merely as a business ex p^diency.if not prompted by 
a higher motive. It was nob our intention when 
we commenced to write this article to assume the 
attitude of a moralist, bat we Ibink a word in sea- 
son may operate beneficially on quite a number of 
our shopkeepers and raise their notions of correct 
dcaliag to a higher standard. We would, tiers 
fore, obeerfnlly recommend all our friends and 
readers to call upon Mr. Beamish and inspect his 
S ue sn d matchless stock* of Furnishing Gsodsand 
Clothing, snd we feel persuaded that ihe .correct- 
ness of our advice will bs fully indorsed by their 
sxperienoe. 



"dew i?*tirxiie ainar <Soo<lej. 



Ba. &EDU, Patent Gold Crowne for oroken 



Not for George. 

A lady acquaintance read the following 
paragraph in a piper : *'A young wife once 
cured her husband of a disposition to ab- 
sent himself from home at nights by pro- 
viding a good dinner, and saying to him 
afterward, 'George, if you find a eweeter 
spot tban oor Lome, describe it to me, and 
I will rival it if I die in tbe aitsmpt.* A 
hiss and a few tears completed tbe victory." 
This laJy acquaintance tried tbe game on 
her husband*. He wasn't melted a bit ; be 
merely said, "When you oan get tbe boys 
to come here aod Bmoke cigara and talk 
politics, and you setup a keg of lager, yon 
oan count me in. I like the company of the 
boys, I do." Our lady Baw that sentiment 
had noeffeetou bim. So she didn't throw 
herself on hie neck and hug and wet his pa- 
p:r collar with her tears ; but she took a 
s..uctr and fired it at hie head, and followed 
it up with a cup, and ended it by BliDgiog a 
dish of strawberries on his ebirt-bosom, 
Since that time he has been an exemplary 
husbaod. Ytths does seem very aniiouB 
for her to visit her dear mother as ofien as 
four or fivd tim«s a, week. 



->o £701. sudei iruin corns. 
The unfortunate Bulferere from Corns, Bun* 
■jus, Clnb and Ingrowing Walls, can find lnetant 
elief by applying at Dr. li. H. Oowsn'e Enstf. 
ate. 810 Kearny atreet, from 1 to b p.-c We 
*»**k from experience, having tested the Doo 
*r*a capability. Beferenoos uvea IfreQUlrad. e 



a. jpiecaaaavxit L.oc»uon< 

Persons deelrlng corc'ombls lodging! in a 
Jentral location, ahonU visit the Alhambra, 
.nd inspect the flue raltes of rooms to let there 
rne baildim? is a varv fine one and le well 
Lighted and ventilated. 



Medlcel Wonder 

Cures rheu mattam, billion* palne, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aobts and pains. All Drug 

gists keep It. 8-b 

— 

From one tooth to a full upper set. from $5 
to $20. Filling reasonable. By Dr. Crowell, D. 
D. 8.. No. SO Kearny ttreet. pbbt Market. 2-7 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SOCIETY OF 

CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. 

RBCULAR SOCIETY TICKET. 

Annual Election, Tuesday, July 7. 

roll, Om from A. af. to A P. H. 



For President. 
JAME« LICK. 

For Tlcc-Prealdents. 

DAVID J. STAPLES of fiaa Francisco 

FREDERICK F. LOW of Baa Fraoci.oo 

EDGAR MILLS .ef Saarameoto 

F- A. HI UN of Santa Cms 

A. K- P. HARMON ..of Alameda 

For Secretary, 
LOUIS B. LULL. 

For Irexsarer, 
HOWASO HA.TJSN8. 

Per Mur.htt). 
WILLIAU IHJEFSEB 

1 .oH 



For 1H rectors. 






Jobn Onrry, Tboa. D. Matbsweon, 

Ota*. 11. OnamberUio, John IT. Pops, 
Henry SoDmeide]], CoerlesR. Poiars, 

David N.HawIsy, John nt. Torney. 

John A . Drmkbooae. jia-ft 



-A_ OAHD. 

MR. 8. H. MARSH, iWHO HAS BEEN EN. 
gaged for many years giving Mmical Iastroo- 
tien on (be Pisncforte, Harp and bloging, la tbe 
saost dutir gj'fhid lanilies of Bnrope, India, 
Auttralia atd Ja?an. begs to anoortcoe bis inten- 
tion of rece Tiog a limited ouub-r of papits dar- 
ing bis r«eidance lo Ua> Franciioo. Having stod- 
i*d tbe P:»nofart<i nedsr Ries (ibe favotits pnpil 
of KsetnoreD), Jobn Oramer and Ealkbranner; 
tbe Hirr under ttoches, and Singing witb Fsrraii 
aad T. Walsh; be bas bid t&e booor of prodoalBg 
a greater nnmber of brilliant aod accomplishse! 
pupil ■ tban falls to the lot of mo-t Masters. Ar- 
rangements as to tfltms, eto , ca • be made Or l»t- 
• »<a Nddressed to rbe care of ULLIS READ. Esq.. 
104 California strf et, or at Gray 'a Manic tsto*'*, on 
Olsy otreut. &aa Frsacisoo. j B-lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The CaUibrnia Savings and Loan 
Society, 

Ho. SIS CALIFORNIA STKEET. 

Guarantee Capital, $300,000 

THE DIRECTORS OF THE ABOVE SOCIETY 
hav- declared a a ridend of nme and six- 
tantba l9 6-10) p>r cent, par ananm on Teres D->- 
pctils, ana tight (B) percent, D*r annum on Ordi- 
nary Deposit., for tfce term ending J ns 39,1874: 
free from Federal Ur, and ratable on and altar 
Jul* 1,1874. By n T d-r. 
jj6-lm. D. B. OHIfHOLM, Ssoretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

Sin Francisco Savings Union, 

eafJCallfornln Street, Corner off Webb, 

FOR THE HALF TEAR ENDING WITH 
June 2) 137-5 •. viv-ideod bas been declared at 
tbs rate of nine (9) per cent oer tiontn on Term 
Deposit* and sev*.: and one-bah" {7;D u«r cent on 
Ordinary Dapori'". Ir'" of Federal tts, payable 
on and after JnU 13,' 874. 

By order, LOVELL WBlTS, 

j 6-lm. Caebier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

OF IHB 

German Savings & Loan Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIRE 0T0R8 OF THKGHK- 
tnm Sati-iae and Loa^i Sooiet? h are rteolsred 
ton dividend tor tbe first balf-jcar li7t undiog tbis 
data at tba >s^ of aigbt and two-til t'.e t>e- cent . 
(82 5 peroent.) p-rainnm on Term Depot- its -nd 
seven per cent. (7o-'«eot.) peraannmoo Oidla- 
ary Uep^sjie, free t-f Federal tex, pajcbie on and 
»fr-r ibBi5tb dsy of J''lr- *\ ^.tT- a 



PALACE AMPHITHEATRE^ 

Corner of N>w Uoniaomeay and 
saMsBtun mxt ecte, 

TO X^3E31 , '» 

BY THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASONABLE RATES. FOB 

Circuses, Acrobats, Lectures 
or Meetings. 

Tbia Magnificent Bmltfii.g baa Stating Accom- 
moOBtion for 

3,000 PERSONS. 

Forpartlcolsrs apply to 

SSEBIDAN COBBIN A CO , 
• 08 Alonlifomcrj >Jtr*ei, 
JeM Boons *>. 

FIGARO 

JB HAILED EVERY DAT TO ALL THE 
principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Orecon— the papera lett in tbe theatres"" at sight 
being gathered ap and Saved lor that pnrpose. 



LEAGUE OLFREEDOM 

THIS SOCIETY WAS ORGANIZED LAST 
Tn*eday Juno 16th, by delegates of tbe 
"Qrooere' Union Trades Union" atd "Personal 
Liberty League." Tbe obj-.ot at tbe organization 
is mutual protection against any infringement 
npon personal Hgbie. Ire prlnotpal objeot now is 
to work agslnat Lot a' Option. At a meeting hela 
lastersoing tbe League of Freedom adopted a 
Oodeof Laws. To-d«y proper agents will canvass 
the city for membere— tbey are empowered to col- 
lect one dollar initiation fee and ieiae Certificates 
of Hemberabip. Oertiflostes of Mambarsbip may 
alee be obtained a*, tbe office of tbeLeagae, No. 
622 Clay street. Room 9 from 9 a at. to 4 F 1L- 
By order of Committee. 

JULIUS BDHLERT, Beoretary. 
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FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
erery Tb«atrr a^d in every place of amaae-- 
aunt in S*o Franotaoo. 



bsfl alni 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



[3T ACCOBD1SCE WITH THE PBO. 

Wlalonaofan Act levyln.* a tux for State 
pnrposef, approved March 92 8, 1874, 
the Auditor of the City and County of 
San Fronelsro has delivered to the oa. 
derslgned duplicate aeeesauientbookis for 
the fiscal years J BIO 73 and I&?8>?4. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 

That Taxes entered on said books are 

now due und poyable and will become 

delinquent on tbe first Holiday of «Taly>. 

1874, and that nalcas paid prior thereto 

TWENTY-FIVE l'KR CENT WILL 

IKK ADDED to the amount thereof. 

A. AUSTIN, Tax Coileetor 

City and County of San Franeleeo. 

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IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 

For Sale Ereirwliere. 

CRANE BMC HAM, 

WHOLESALE AGKNT8. la>-t 



ROYAL^ OAK, 
Special Notice. 

RMEITIIES. THE OLD 8POKT, 
• begs to Inform bis patron* and friends tbst 
he bas removd from the old RED LION to th 
RO^AL OAK, 

BBS Sacramento atreet. 

Free and Easy every Saturday night, with a host 
of talent. 
sOr-Giand Opening Night FRIDAT. JmlySrJ. 
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Female Suffrage, 

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MIHH KATE 
Mies MARY WELLS. 

Mr. EDWARD ARNOT, 

Mr. D. MARDEN, 



3R.O-WNIIVG, 

Mis* SYDNEY COWELL, 

Mr. CEORCE CIDDENS, 
Mr. JOHN HOWSON, 



CHARLES EDMONDS. A. D. BILLINCt, 

Aucl tho JRxxll Drnrnatlo Company. 



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BOB. Al'OU.TOa ADSLPHUS D. MABDBH 

DB. PLATfAIB A. D. UH.LIM..3 

JAMBS. JOHN BOWSON 

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BOMB WILDBBIAB GKOROE 01DDINS 

MB. OUBBIBOBAM JULB BOBIB80B 

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MBS WILDBBIAB MISS MART WELLS 

JIBBT WILDBBIAB With mb| .m MISS BYDN1Y OOWKLL 

MBS. YATASOOB _ MBS. FBAMK BBA 

MISS EDQBBIA OliOLM.LBDBI.fiY MISS ST. JOHN 

JEMIMA MISS L. VAVASOUR 



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FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AHD FOI 

Mct-tia* -Hi ibaT&Hirrr walk around. 



OVERLAND TRAVELtR*. 

Had Bock -r And Rurf Dlftr 

»•■■ aae D-ae* ....Ha Flea 

»**>■•*_ ._ . -tail* *«• 

Doable Klo(«r*IU l«rf Vlirrnl «i4 M a**!* Nrrwrr 



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B-Ha«t Malile laforrf.t 

!»*•*: :*iJ «i..ani»jr frtrt. 

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iRoabie l»...u« l.lrrip Warn I and Mil*. Hlanraa 
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I "Want to be a Doctor 



Doctor Ooreall , 

knacks.. 

Buiy Mots . 

"♦rlo-t'on.lc Moan; 

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. ..Frank aforllware 

Johnny Tasra 

...Johnny I'rlce 

I«a May 

K.r»tt«. Zo« 

I 'a Flak 

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K'IBI 

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...Mile Blaneaa 

Hurry ItfToy 

Carrie WllUi 



DODGING FOR A WIFE. 

Moriimore ....Davoy Prloe....Aod Miss Mettle Btimr 

**ancy Dance ato<e Viaerat 

Wnilad Mll<-. Uianeha 

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Overiare xi^li^KJLli!iil™J^' Oretjeelin 

FolasOXiesa. DF»111! 

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Ala and Porter. 

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No. S (formerly IS) UTartoM Street, 
tt Jloer* from Kearnj* 

All X>rlnlis Ten Gents 

Hot Drinks a specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AND JERRY IN TOWN. 

AtwajBonflt— tho New York Herald. Hsrper'c 

WBtklf . Fr,>nk Leslie's. Day's Dotnga. Police Qs- 
zstte.alii.li* Onliforma papers, al-o toe London 
Pnoob, Bill's Life. Ulu -.trated Louden Mews. Call 
and tanefy ynnreil.'. 

aa~ Don't forget the sign of the Hot Scotch. 

je!3-t,f w. 8, WALDHON. Proprietor. 



JOHN MoCARROlf, 

HORSESHOER and FAKIUER 

^41*JTHIRD STREET, CORNER PBKRY* 
*±Xt> Warrant* to oar* icterfsnrj* or Over- 
reaobins- Corns and Braises will receive promo- 
sttsntloa, 
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CANDIES. 

ALL ElffDS OK TBS /UfaWT OAHD1 
mads Uonr Steam Dandy factory dauly. All 
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rr>d will be promptly attended te. 

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MONDAY -JULY 6, 1874 



AMUS EMEN TS, Etc. 

-California Theatre. 

To- n in fit Robertson's cbarmiDg comedy of 
"Home" will be preaoD tad with K. A, Sotbe-rn »a 
Ool. John Wbi te. Herrj Edward* aa Mr . Dorrfioo 
Bobirt PsIeniM aB C mat Monn*rcff. J. P. Bur- 
nett as BertU Thorn mod. Miss Bella Pneman »a 
Hn, Knohbeck, Mlis Minii) Walton aa Dora 
Tbornbmgb, a'-d Mi-s Jeoiis Lee em Lucy Dor- 
rlion. Tbla play whb written cxsreaslr for Mr. 
Sothern.and on iLis occasion be will appear in it 
for tbe first lime i . San Franolaoo. The Hrst ap- 
-pearaice of Hlaa Bella Paten a a will prove an ad- 
ditional attraction. 
Macnit e'a New Theatre. 

To-night Fatoonsr'e oapltal comedy of " Ei- 
twnea, or Hen of tbe Dsy/'will be preeen ted with 
Mias Kale Browning as Luoy, Miaa Mary Wells »a 
aire. Wildbiiir, Miss Sidney Cowell as Jenaia 
"Wildbnar and Edward Arnott, George Glddeoe, 
D, Warden, John Howeon, Obarlea Edmonds. A. 
D. Billing* and otbera in the cast. "Extramea" 
is a brilliant comedy and will certainly bs well 
-played. WIWJ 

Opera Home. 

The new seaeon of minBtrelay by Maguira's Cali- 
fornia MimtreU. with the old California favorite 
Ben Ootton. and the popular Eastern E hiopian 
comedian , W. M. Arlington on the ends will oom- 
menoe to-morrew nig it. The n iastrela have been 
creating a perfect furore li Oregon, and will no 
doubt bring back with them many new jokss from 
the Webfoot country. Arlington and Oat ton will 
Appear in the "Black Brigade," "Female Suffrage' 
and "Tub Stolen Banjo." 
Plait's Hall. 

The exhibition of tbe original Royal Marioaetiei 
will commence at Platt'a Sail to-morrow evening. 
These wocdarfnl pnppetB will be made to give 
tbree diatinot entertainmeDta : Christy Minatrele, 
Fantoccini, and tbe fairy spectacular pantomime 
of "Zilttle Bed Biding Hood." 
Bella Union Theatre. 

J. A. Heme who is in the second week of his 
engagement at this hooaa, is as popular aa ever 
and gaine greatapplause for bit very clever imper- 
sonation of "Handy Aodi," Miss Alice Ross, Ed 
AInriar, Miss Jennis Johnson, Oil Maadeville, 
MattKally, Tommy Bree and a host of other fav- 
orite appear nightly. 
Buckley'! New Variety Theatre* 

"1 Want te bs a Doctor," ilort i more's aketohef, 
Johanj Tuersinsongand dance, If jd Bnokleyin 
aots, and many other attractions will be offered 
this evening, 
Woodward'a Gardens. 

These beauiiful gardens always present thous- 
anda of attractlooa. The illuminated balloon ae- 
eension made last sight by fitlenne Bolalayand 
hi J boo Joaquin, waa quite a anooeea. A eight 
balloon ascenaion with fireworks was never before 
aeeompliihed in the United States. The follow. 
in* dispatoh received jail as we got* press, re-' 
porta tba safety of the airotautv 

FoLSOM, July 6th. 
Lindad three miles from Folaom. All right 
hare with balloon, J.. Bubilat. 

Notes. 

"David G arriok" will be played next week at the 
California Theatre, with E. A. Sothorn in she title 
, t role, for two nights only. 

Hons. Dssohamps, tbe popular baritone of the 
Aimse troops, will have a benefit at the California 
Thca're on Sunday next, whea Mile. Aimee will 
make her last appearance. 

The Luque Spanish Dramatic Company per. 
formed "Masac iello" ia excellent style, at the Cal- 
ifornia Theatre laet night. 

Oharlos V.viin, the popular obaraoter vocalist. 
has returned to this oity from an extended tour in 
Oregon, " We're glad to see you, boy." 

Pacific Ball now transformed into a pretty little 
theatre, will be ic-opened on Tuesday evening 
J aly 14th, when Fred G. ttoaell will be the recipi- 
ent of a complimentary benefit, engineered by 
Thomas M. Blair. Many amateurs will appear. 

The holiday season of foar performances given 
at the Opera Hoaae, by Morrell's Sen Francisco 
Minstrels proved highly sucoes.f al. It closed last 
eight with a donble song and daooe contest for 
-she championship, and two haadsome medals. 
Messrs. Meetayer and White were the viotors* 
The Saa Fiaaolsoo Mini trels baring gained a Me- 
tropolitan reputation, will proceed on their travels. 
They will perform at various places en route for 
Winnemnoa, and remain for some time la Idaho 
Territory. 

6. H. ISareb, pianist and harpist, pmpil of Eisl. 
John Cramer, Ealkbreoner, Eoohea and Ferrari, 
bas established himself In thla city for the par- 
fjoae of giving lessons on the piano and the harp. 
We hope to bear him ataome public, entertain- 
ment before long. 

Ahatobcoal Musrra.— one of tbe most 

oomplno collections of the kind in the United 
States, comprising hnndreds of costly and bsan- 
sltnl wax models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
•My) at the Mnssam on Montgomery street. An 
boat may be profitably event her*. 



••DRAW." 

Through the light long Summer day 

B m the game of Draw did play ; 
Taroueh the Samtcer S*mmy laughed, 
Slug and played the game of Dr.f', 

G«y and Jolly and eirene— 

Wit . hid breeches of LauSeen. 

Through the dolefal Wlntsr days 
Still at Poker Sammy plays ; 

Gone hid songs and smiles so bland, 

He ia watting for a hand— 
And the Winter skies are chill, 
And be wears that nankeen still. 

MOBAL. 

Draft and nauke?n go tcgetber 

Very well in Summer weaiber; 
Bat when Winter tia.e eats In 
Draw and nankeen get too thin. 



."If one wishes to pass an hour or two pleas- 
antly at the gams of billiards, no pleasanter 
piece can be found in tbe city than Chapman A 
Terr Ill's Billiard Parlor, Northeast corner 
Bash and Kearnv streets entrance on Bnsh. 
From tbe window a good view can be had of 
tw 3 of cur busiest ttreet3 Bush and Kearny. 
Local Option not in force; for the best of 
-Wines, L quors and Cigars, are served at the 
bar for 1.0$ certs. 6.! 



Job GrusTA'3 Restaurant, at 105 California 
"Market, has been long and favorably known by 
the publi; as A place where nloe Chops, Port r- 
Eoaee Steaks and Oystsrs In evety Btyle could 
- bo had. A short time since, Mr, Giusta made 
an addition of a wbole floor to his place, eo 
that he c uld accommodate families. His res- 
't^Tiratt, e- ow constructed, oan well be called 
a family t e . -aurar t. 5-ai 



Blantots ana Flannels 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What 
'Cheer Lanndry. 



JMCcDowol.1, Show card Writer 

Beady made and m e d i to order. Boom 10 

d08 Market street, oor. Boat ana Mnntaomery u 



What Cheer Liaunary 



Pnnctnallty at Death. 

Mr. Higgios was a v^ry punctual man in 
all his transactions through life. He 
amassed a large property by untiring in " 
dustrv and punctuality, and at the advaoced 
age of ninety years was resting qutetly upon 
hid bed, and calmly waiting to ba called 
sway. He had deliberately made almost 
every arrangement for his decease and bur* 
ial. His poise grew fainter, and the light of 
life seemed just flickering in its socket, when 
one of his sons observed : •> % Q f 

"Father, you will probably live but a day 
or two, is it not well for you to name your 
bearers?" 

"To be sare, my son," said the dyiDg 
man, "it is well thought of, and I will do it 
now." 

He gave a list of six, the usual number, 
and sank baok exhausted upon his pillow. 
A gleam of thought passed over bis withered 
faoe like a ray of light, and he rallied once 
more. 

"My boo, read me that list.^Is^the name 
of Mr. Wiggins there?" 

"It is, my father." 

"Then strike it off," said he emphatically, 
"for he never was pnnc.ual, was never aoy- 
where in season— and be might hinder the 
procession a whole boor." 



A Solomon ox* a Jndfte. 

The following tale comes from Ireland: 
Two men had a quarrel in a liquor shop. 
They adjourned outside to settle , the dis- 
pute. The first mao being from Conoaught, 
i 03 mediately seized a lump of stone and let 
fly at the head of the opponent, who dropped 
his head and missed the strne, which went 
tbrough an expensive plate-glass window 
and did muob damage. A magistrate was 
called upon next morning to determine 
which of the two should pay the cost. The 
evidence clearly showed that the aim was a 
good one, and that if the second man had 
not dipped his head be would, have been 
struck, "Therefore," said the magistrate, 
he must pay the damages, as it is certain 
the first man didn't intend to injure tbe 
window, and the window would not have 
been injured if it had not been for the act 
of dodging on the part of the second man." 



The death la announced in England of the 
celebrated elomtioni&t, John Chippendale Mon- 
tesquieu Bellew, who was eo popular in this 
count! y last season and the preceding one. He 
wss born In 1823, and was by bis mother a 
member of tbe Irlih Bellew family. He was 
educated at Lancaitar and Oxford, took orders 
In 1848. Zn 1850 he beesme curate of Frescot, 
and lu 1851 went to the East Indies as Chaplain 
to St. John's Cathedral, Cslcntta. In 1855 he 
returned to England, and remained for a time 
st Bt. Phillip's Church, Begent street. In 1862 
he became incumber t of Bedford Chsvel, 
Bloomsbnry, He sutmquently forBOck the 
pulpit for the rostrum, and a -few years ago 
publicly avowed his connection with tie Bo- 
man Catholic religion. As a reader he had no 
living eqasi. He twioe vieltsd America, and 
wu well received on eaob occasion. On tbe 
occasion of bis last visit a few months ago, his 
health failed him, and be returned to England, 
only, however, to die. He has written and pub- 
lished several able worfee, but be will be chiefly 
remembered as a reader of great excellence, 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Sterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, In Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out In the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a one line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and tbe prices 
charged for these are very little In advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, in stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by be 
present proprietor in 1850, and, has been in sue 
cesaful operation ever since. 3-cj 



Strawberries : Strawberries 
The Matinee Fruit Store 409 Bush, Is the place 
o obtain your nice, fresh Strawberries, parties 
patronizing us will bj promptly attended to, 
and oan rest assured that their Berries will be 
sent home in good condition, as we have a 
light sprlrjg wsgon expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your address our wagon will call for 
orders every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Give us a trial. 1-f 



The Verdict. 

Half of the beit-dressed gentVmea In this 
city would say, If a?kad the questlou where 
they had their clothes made, that they went to 
Baloun A Stouda, No. 613 Washington street, 
and wotfld also advise you to go there if you 
wanted a perfect-Qttlng suit made in the latest 
style, from either importad or domestio goods, 
at the' lowest price compatible with a Rood 
garment, ■ i j, . q rari • 6 " B1 



What Joth Billinjra Says. 

Men talk about drinking rum ta drown 
their Borrows. It iz cheaper, and a mutch 
sor t r way, to drown themselves in a mili 
ponl. 

TemptaBhuns are necessary; a man kant 
even tell whether he iz honeet or not, until 
he baz been tempted. 

A perfeolly natural man iz generally a 
perfectly hoae&t one. 

It iz a grate del better to be ignoran t 
than to beleif what aint bo. 

Experience sckts on some people ju.4 as 
it duz on a bull tarier; be don't fairly git 
over one whipping before he goes In for an- 
other. 

Thare is nobody who gits so low down in 
tbe ditch bat what be thinks thare iz sum 
one lower down than be iz. 

Anger alwues hurts us more than it duz 
things we git mad at. 

Avarice eats up every other quality ov the 
harte, good, bad and indifferent. 

Most all very cunning men have a speabi- 
ality, and they are generally az doll in other 
things as tbey are sharp in that. 

Next to doing a man an iojury t in point 
of meanneBB, iz to do blm a benefit, and 
then continually remind him uv it. 

When a man finds fault with himeelf, be 
expekts you will kondradikt him, not koin 
cide with him. 

A good karaktar is allwu^s gained bl 
inches, but is often lost in one chunk. 

Humility may not make what the world 
makes a grate man, but it will make what 
God calls a good one. 

Reazon often makes mistakes, but con- 
silience nevar duz. 

It takeB a very wiza man to be thoroly 
koatented; phools are ever az oneasy and 
dissatisfied az hornets are. 

Munny is responsible for the moat ol tbe 
dirty work that baa been dun in this ar 
world. LUfri J 



Bints on Sleep. . 

To literary men, preachers, teachers, law- 
yers, doctors, journalists and brnin-workera 
in genera], the following hints are exceed- 
ingly worth attention : The faot is, that as 
life becomes, concentrated, short Bleep and 
early rising become impossible. We take 
more Bleep than our ancestors, and we tike 
more Bleep because we want more. Sis 
hoars deep will do very well for plough- 
man, or bricklayers, or any other man/who 
has bo exhaustion but that produced by 
manual labor, and the sooner be takeB it 
after the labor tbe better. But for tbe man 
whose labor is mentUj the stress is on bis 
brain and nervous system, and for him who 
is tired in the evening with mental applica- 
tion neither early to bed nor early to rise is 
wholesome. He needs letting down to the 
level of repose. The longer interval be- 
tween the active uee of the brain and the re- 
tirement to bed, the better his obarjce of 
Bleep and refreshment. To him an hour 
after midnight is. possibly as good as two 
before it, and even then his sleep will not so 
completely restore him as it will his neigh- 
bor who is physically tired. His best sleep 
is io the early morning boors, when all the 
nervouB exoitement has passed away, and he 
is in absolute rest. 



Oysters, 

In strolling round the other night, 

To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 

Unr careless feet, by chance aid stray 

To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 

Of sparkling waters, made a soreen 

Throuch which a sweet bouquet was seen i 

While mossy stone and pearly shell, 

O'er which tbe waters softly. fell, 

Made that window seem to be 

Home fairy grotto of the sea. 

Stop," said my friend, "let's go in here i 
It loose so nice— and try their cheer."; j 
"All right," I said, '*I most agree 
That this place suite me to a "J .'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at oor Bide a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asbed oor wish- 
Said tbey bad almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It true. 
And cooked masrmjUxnUy, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; just think of that, 
And uT your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs and terraplssfd 
In fact, vs found tbey had within 
That cosy place all Binds of game, 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we corud name. 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they havB heret-tbe best Ice cream; 
So here tbey flock, tbe little sinners, 
To get what tbey call "such nice dinners,'* 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain : 
Who goes there onee will go again, 
Paolflo Oyster House, S37 Bush street, above 
Montgomery ; open Bay and Night, 

OHABLKS HAAKE, Proprietor, 



Music Hatu OixArJoaaj. 

Pianos tuned and repaired, at -moderate 
prices and eatisia .t'on guaranteed, by one that 
understands 'he business. Also, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, eto. Orders left 
at 7M Market or 64 Third street, will receive 
prompt a'tantlon by G. W. Morgan. 4-v* 



PERSONAL. 



MBS, M. J. FARRELL, LADIES' HAIR- 
dresaer, late of Doherty'e Hair St^re, has re- 
moved to Ko. *4» Kearny b treat, up stairs, rooms 
H and 25. ' Alt kinds of hair work made to order- 
feVMm 



S.F.BUSWESS DIRECTORY 

Hooha«ller* and Station*!-*. 

H, H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Batcher*. 
Kits, Fred. Btalla 94 to 100. California Marksl 

Dentist*. 

H. V. Pope, 6 Mantfcomerj Street, 
OaviB A Case, 22 Montgomery otieet, oppositat he 
Liok House. 

H""«« Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 110 Second strot. 



RECREATION. 



C3rran.c3L Success 

OF THE 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

Hundreds Avat'ing themselves of the Great 
Iadncemeots Offered by the S. F. A N. P. 
B. B. Oo. to make ons of the most de- 
lightful trips in the country, which 
Is through the beautiful Sonoma 
and Busslan Blver Valleys. 

GREAT REOTCTION IN FARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

bostahtje, 

PiTAirMA. 

HJEALDSBUBD, 

SANTA KOSA. 

GETaEBTILLE, 
CIOJEBIIILE, 

OETSEHS ! 

THE S. F. AND N. P. B. R. 00„ AT THE 
earnest eolioiution of ft. patrons, as well as 
tbe Dablio RSDersllr. have mads a great reduction 
in their regular rates, ae an inducement to Exour- 
slonists to make tbs most delghtiul. and, withal, 
tha most oictar.aque and exalting trip to the 
Great Natural Wondsr of this Ooaet, 

THE GREAT GEYSERS! 

Via Oloverdsle, returning via Oaliatoga, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All renownod Places of renort for nleasnre 

seekers. 8.F.4N.P. R, K. Oo. 

connects at Oloverdale with 

VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE, 



By this route you enjoy a double pleasure trip; 
a beautiful trio on the day on the *t# amer ANTn- 
LOPK to Dooaban Laadiog, and then by tbe csra 
throngn the most beautiful and fertile valleys on 
the Oeast. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For the Ro=nd Trio, gard till the following 
MONDAY MORNING, at the fol- 
lowing races : 

Te Petalnina and Ketn n «1 50 

To saita Rom and Return.... 3 OO 

To iIeaI<Ubarg and II <* tarn 4 OO 

To Cloverdate and Return & OO 

To Skitysn' Spring* and Betorn... O SO 
Round Trip Tickets to the Gey- 
•er» and return, via Cloverdale 

(Good to October Ui*i) is 59 

Qeyaer* and return, via Lalie- 

to*o i« OO 

To the Oev*«r* Direct « IE 

Geyser*, via Claverdule to Calls- 
toga, to tbe Petrified Fore*t 
una return to thi* city (Good to 
October 31st> io so 

Roana trip tickets to tha Geyaera good for the 
season 1674. 

«~JP^h, THE STBAMEB 
an^fimrl ■ ANTELOPE 

Leaves daily (Snedare expected) from San Fran- 
cisco at2:30 r*. M., from front Street Wharf. On 
Sundays at S A. H. Returning, arrivtts in Ban 
Fratioisoo Sunday erenicg, at 7 o'clock. Tickets 
on board the steamer. 

*'. B, GF.RDES, 
_ Gsn. PaBa. and Ticket Agent. 

A. A. BEAN. Sup't, 

OISNJCKAL OFFICE, 
n.a21-tf, ISO Montgomery Street* 

DAILY LINE. 




ONT AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1874, THE DN- 
dersigned will run hia regular line of aiz-hors* 
Oonoord Coaches between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Connecting with daily trains both North and South 

Having run this line for two rears without an 
accident ooouriog, oa is conndoot he can continue 
tbfl same witb safety to the public. 

Tbrough Tickets to the Borings from Ban Fran- 
cisco and aH required information may be bad at 
SOS HoDlgwuerj Street, and at the Sac 

Jose Railroad Repot, San Francisco. 

Private oonveyanoe furnished by letter or tele 
graph. AldreMi 

JL. H. BTBB, 'Gllroy, 
P. O. Box 89, or by W. F. A Oo. 

Boy your Through Tickets and never be delayed 
on the road. ap6-tf 



S. F. and U. P. R. R. Co. 



ON" AND AFTER APRIL 1*. 1874, THE 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt Galloway, con- 
necting at Donahue Landing with the cars for 
Oloverdala and intermediate stations will leave 
San Francisco daily from Front Street Wbarf at 
3:^o o'clock. Returning wilileave Oloverdile at 
6 A. M. connecting at Donahue Landing with 
steamer, and arriving in Saa Franolaoo at 11 A M. 
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. 
The steamer ANTELOPE will leave Front street 
wharf every Sunday morning, at 8 o'clock, con- 
necting at Dooahae with oars far Pet&lnma, 
Santa Rosa, HealdaOurg, Ulovardale. Returning, 
tbe train leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'clock. P. hi., 
connection witb b p earner, arriving at Han Franoie- 
co at 7 o'clock. Excursion tickets at reduced 
rates. Connections made with stages for Sonoma, 
Dkiab, Mendocino and Olear Lake. 

No freiKbt cao be received after 2 o'clock p. m. 
For farther information apply At Company's 
office, 4SS Montgomery fttreet. 

P. DONAHUE. President. 
F H. GKKDES , 
ap22-tf General Paeaeoger and Ticket Agent. 




4th of JULY 

Grrand Oeletora-tlon- 

Everybo djl ilaformedth at at the ol 
d*t and na mbe rib. ree«ec onds tre 
etweareseUla-liPl ««■* *do pen bae tea 
rfr ontsh lrt*at -Jl.SO, V kde rwearf 
rom SOe up war dan dev erjy *M age law 
eh* ap«i cb eapc anbea tbe aed lctan A 



flflcDANIEL'S THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMIND TERRITOflY. 

OPEN THE FEAR ROUND WITH A FIR5T- 
olaes Variety Company. Variety Artista 
oomirgEtfet can at all times secure First-Class; 
eng&gemtsts. Aluat be artiste of acknowledged 
ability and have good wardrobe. None otbera need 
apply. AddreBa JAMES MoDANIEL, 

Proprietor, 
Lock Box No . 1, Obnyanne, Wyo. Ter. jel9 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAM JOSF, CALA. 

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND NEWLY KENO- 
vated Theatre ia to be let bj too Night. Week 
or Month, at reasonable term., 
*p24-tf G. BROH ASK A. Proprietor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUH 

And College of AC edict no. 

IA (\f\C\ BEAUTIFUL AND IN6TBUOT- 

lUiUUV ive objesta to be Been. Open to thai 
Pnblio DAT AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALi 
818 Montgomery atreet. FOB MEN ONLV-j 
•stDb. Jobdan'b Fbxvats Office ia at sal 

Geary street (opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACT'NB 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PBEPABBD for the STAOE, 

PRIVATE THEATRICALS AND AMATEUR 
performances directed, by a lady and gentle- 
man of more than ordinary experience. For par- 
ticulars apply to MR. J. H. MoOABE, 
Theatrical Agent, No. 838 Bash btreet, 
delO-tf San Franoisoo. 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS BEEN 
recently -refitted and decorated. Firet.olaes 
Dramatic Companies or Dramatic Star* coming 
East will be treated liberally npoa application 
either by telegraph or in perton. Address all 
communloatisns to JAMKS UeDAnlEL, 

Proprietor. 
Look Box No. 1, Oheyenu , Wyo. Ter. el 

COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St., Chey-n D e. Wyoming. 

JAME W ALLEN Proprietor 

JOEiN W. DUNNE.... .BuVinMrManager 
HARRY 8PK1GG5S Stage Msnager 

HA8JTHT BEEN KEFITTBO 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 
sonwith a flrsl-cUiaa Oompanj, embracing Harrj 
Sprigga, tne great obaraoter actor; Harry Lor- 
raine, Billy Forest, Mr. J. W Dnune, Mise Lucy 
Hall, Mibs Minnie Pavia, Miss Nellie Seymour, 
Miss Jennie Logan, Frank Holier. George Tobler 
and Charles Miller, and a foil and efficient or- 
chestra, 

a*~ Lady talent coming East can always sacure 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLEN. Pro- 
prietor, GOOD SALaRlES PAID. ee24-3m 



McDAOTEL'S THEATRE 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

aVTalent going East will And it to their advan- 
tage before leaving California to correspond with 

J. BfcDAXITX, 

mv9 Look Bog No. L Oheven-ne. Wyoming. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VEB«3ijriA crnr, xzvada, 
JOHN FIPER „ PBOPBnrroB 

THIS ELEGANT THaATRE OAN BE RENT, 
ed by the night or week. Stars ano 1 travel* 
log companies liberally tmit«r) witrb nn amplication 
to JUilS FIPEB, 

Manager »na tuw jrropruitai 
Or to .F. H. McCABE. 
jnlStf 838 Bush Street, San Franotsoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8AGEAMESTO, 

TO JEUEiN*C, 

BY TBE NIGHT, WEEK OB MOUTH, FROM 
April let. For terme. aoplp at tbe Thaatre, 
or br letter to W. K. MORROW. Proprietor. 
Baorameoto. 
N. B.—l have no aothorfzed Agent anywhere. 
mba-t( 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 







MiMUFAcmjBiina 

— *m>- 
BEPAIBEBB 

— ash— 



Gold and Silver Platers. 

a»-JLereona eiren on the Banjo and Dram. S4S 
MISSION STREET, between Firet and Second. 

N B.— Fine-toned 8il,er Solo Banjo, for Pro- 
aaaiorala alwaja on hand. '.15 tf 

MANNING'S OYSTER OROTTO 

Resort ol the RespectabiJit J-. 
AQQ PINE ST., below EJMltNT. — ^ ^_ 

Manning Pan Roast SeaF* 

And CBIOLEE COFFBI, 
aeld-U A. W. MANNING, In.entor. 

Delloioua IOE OREAM aod STRAWBERRIES. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either Oaliforatft or Eastern Oystera, 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Bulls S3, 56 and 59 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine Street,) 
*f° t> amities and Restaurants aupplied at short 
notioe. del7-lm 




MORACHAN & LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, CLAMS and all kinds 
of Shell Fish, Stt\ll C8 California,, 
Market, San Franoiaco. Vpen Day 
and Kigbt. Families, Publ-0 and Pri- 
vate Parties, Ho'.eU, bh^ping and 
Reataarants eupplied. l**ttl 



!^^ 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Teh ima street*. 

r sup- Terrapin oonvtantlj on hand. 
Oyspsn in every sttle. PRIVATE 



D 



GEORGE HAYES, 

BALER IN OYSTERS. OLAMS 



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BUCKGL0VE3 

HAID-M4 0E 

HOSE ft'wtlKH 

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1A* IKAimiOU, IIJiDiT, JOLT 1. Ml 



V.!. XIX 



FURNISHED ROOMS 
(10 (• MO per Kont> 

WEST TND HOTEL, 



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PUTT'S NEW MUSIC HALL. 

Grandest Show in the World 

TB* oajeiaat. »«*••»• or 

ROYAL MARIONETTES! 



CALIFORNIA THBATRI. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



r* m - * r 



St. Janes' Nail, and Crystal Palace. 

ZjO TV T3 o rv . 






TCUDAT SVSKIHO 



•w. S.S.S1 



-TILT 1 



THREE 

DISTINCT ENTERTAINMENTS. 

Th.< Orleimil ( lirMy Minstrels 






iROUtA hR» aK.H.W.*I 



T# to fallawa *t 

THE ITALIAN FANTOCCINI. 

OK. IM » » II • HI P*. VT. 

Uj«41* *•> »->« T«k Rosa. Pa* nlHiU'. r .->.*>-■ linear. 

r***o* •**-*•» ; in 

•• i*4 *» »T. Cti'n-w Be I 
»i»«-- »ni KTspoo, !»• LI .ipauen 



T«i<MMt wlte NH PeAry piot Bins of 

Little Red Riding Hood ! 

TtoCMr* tf tto H**«B«io\ i.U*a *UA KflUni 0«b«. U»t- 

• •-i.J'i't" '"«■«. HirttcA tW.ls Wirif^.i, Klsetnevi 

»*■**■'.■ **a QH.t*«',*a* a .*a* sta *?* : <ls« ■« «i.-. "is ■ r*->t1**t 

■coals Tr»f trtna»ii*«i. «ue tUmi Aid Coarae of .9 

TWO MATINEES EACH WEEK, 

Wedntwaav and Saturday, at 2 P.M. 

PRICES OF ADMISSION- 
























Matt 
CaU< 



,.M cents l* all Start* of the Bost** 
»* eeafa 



Haeu, md be t«var>d •• tb* Hit). Box Offito ooo* frost • A. 
M ie4 P. M J'tiiJ* K. Mc»ONOUoH. i-aoeial Maxe.sr. 
MCOOMOOOU, IARNbUaW a OJ„ Propilotor*. 



amjaTbs rli«a<»a la this Hall is faratsbed byT.M.AJ*. 
TIsbtlL a OO.. *',t WesbUgtoo Mmi, 



.Afl3*x* x^ininiTt. but ointiz: 

« IM >«UT III M ISI »mill .1 



TSU1I 



ICxxsMKouaout of 

S £3 I_. H. -A. PA.TBMilLN 

AND 

Mr*, j-. r». :BXTjR.3>ffEiT M r. 




y*INI> TIIK REST OF THE WEEK 

tsd, far to* first Urn* lo Sid Franclooo, In a proper mannrrand with a .a tebls distribution of rherer- 
t-r.. th. .iqolstts Dt.tne.tlo Corned)', snt UM 



n<m 




II/QM 




Writ too #ipT*»sly for MB. 80TIIERN by Ttm BoberKcr, rather r f "Oaitf ," "Dsrld Gtrrtck," "3<hcol." ptr 

COL. JOHN WHITE MP. 80THERN 



MB DOSRISUS 

OAPrAtn MooiTBorri 

BERTIE 1U JMP80S 

•OBW 

MRS PISUUBKO* 

DURA TBORStTAUOM 

LOOT DORKISCN 



HENRY EDWARIS 

ROBERT PvTKMAN 

J P. BURNBTT 

H. MAI IIUWS 

MISS BELLA PATEMAN 
.MISS MINNIE WALTON 
MISS JK>NIK LEE 



it 



SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY II, 1814, 

99 



HOME" MATINEE! 

MB. SOTHERN as COL. JOHN WHITE 



IKiT PREPAHATION, 



u 



■ Tha 6TEINWAT PIANO ustd on this occallon Is Hindi? loaned by M. GRAY. 



SXOOIvD -wmiTt. 

•r ni 
mst Its i Kiiru loiariifAV. 

Mr. JAB. A. HER1YE. 

In tto t-tJtbteUd Corned? of 

HANDY ANDY I 

THIA EVENING JOLT 1 

Th. ritmauM will ooBDMtm WIU Ika 

MAI.i: AND FEMALE MINSTKKLS, 

T.atorh. HI. MANDITILLE I >.••>.. ..MATT. KELLY 

nrsaaursA 



TCRRENOE'B RETURN. 

VMlMlta And Ed Mnrrw 

CHOICi KUCtlOltl H. R. ARCHER 

Mltlt U«ne«. ■«■!. Uoliln.o. 

•>•»» M.eiI. *t Cl.tr 

0*.rt.r» w J **.'r. 



Alt r wblch tb. Ootnlo Dram* In 3 tctiof 

HANDY AN©¥ 

II \NJIV ,UDY Mr. JAMK1 A. HVavMK 

•> i-itff. e, t »*' .. I. W. •taraiacra Mr. Mari.br td Mmr, r 

Dick ri»ro • . Kamou Mr. FarleD(...0*l, Mandariilo 

XAn'd «>'«' .tinr.r II. R. Arohof Hioion ..T. Broa 

fqo>r« O'wrail" lonn Wo»daia 

UOKA.M kOHMEY aflu JKN5IF JOHNSVN 

Mad NaB«T...MsiK'« Mafolr* Faaor Oa*raoo.. ,Lana Prootar 




MISTAKEN ZBEMTITT. 

Kali* Bra* .....And BaHoa 




To oonclade with tbe Bosrliig Rkelch Of 

ENGAGEMENTS ! 

Mararer Tomia* Asrtoa 

Jaai.B....C*llBoF Matt Kail y 

Utbar obarBoUrs by Oovpaoy, 

IH UEUKAB8&L, 

DOMBET AMD SOIY 



HUM 



'M 



•:t§ 



"»" , 



"THE VILLA," 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Th» BoUHd* bartor Joat baao *ompl*t*d. li 
bo* tJuowo op«B 10 -.fia pat-lia Tna bona* I* ala> 
»*»ailj taroiaAaxl. aad baa 

Four Public Parlors, 

— AKD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Tto wbolatotncboilf, nat I ika a pobllo botal 
bat aa it i* DArued 

An Elegant Villa. 

Tb* Villa" la looated at tbe last or oortb-waat- 
•ra sat* of tb* Park. 

Kpioaraao Br*akfa4la, Dtoaers sod Support 
proparad on tbo sbortaat ootlo*. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRIETOR. ij-IO 



FREE AND EA.8Y 

....AT 7BC... 

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

SALOON, 

XO, 6«4S MAC HAM KM TO HTREET, 

(BUowq aa tb* CHICAGO BEKR DEPOT.) 
atT***r Batardiay Etfolng at 8 o'clock. 

CITTZBN* lit OKNKRAL. AND ALL AUS- 
traliaoa aod Naa Zealand* r*. or* iDrited to 
aUaod.aodara aaaorad at a baartr wolootio And 
iroodabaar. A oapiut HOT LUNOH narv.-d «»*n 
dar to tna waak. OBo. B. AUSTIN, 

♦»!■« Propriotor. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MB. P. BRUGES, FORMBRL7 
pTOpriotor Of U* Miner.' R**. 
Uorut, oaa takaa th* a*aaa|*m*at 
Of both tb* Minors' R s sr a u rmat oa 
OomotsreiaJ itraat and tbo Minora' 
BraoOQ on .Market ntroot. Oar Billa of Ft.ro 

•mb"O0 aJl tb* doliCACio* of tb* osaooa. On 
tcotto it ''Good §**i*. Good Oookl M and Uodantt 

***** P. HF.gl)EI ACU, 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

ESI «od E*s orntauroiAl, tz<i. 
T«» M.rl.t itlMI, 
Opra ror.5AJl.tolO rjt ••2S-U 

SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

VoObi'lto Itflarnaj. PKIUKS . 

RKDUOED. -Batna. V> ooott. *,,_ ._ 

Sbarinc, 26 oonta. Hair Oat- witnaI 
Mat, iSoenU, BhAainoo.aa, 16 ^^S^S-HSm 

•oats. Uedtostod B.t&t. - JOHK GRBIF. 



P, H. McCANN. 
PRAOTICAX. RATTER 

Mo. as T»ird am.i 

B.I.M9 MAlktt Md Miuloo IM.SU. 

I HA Vf JOItT RKTCBNED FEOM THE EA8T 
•tto l«_"o<lrr ••» .tow sf raolMrt Ml,, 

m " 



I ortrr In A. V*w 



n> FBOM 1 

* ot rtol 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHA8. L. STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California aod Pico. 



and Cigars at tbe Bar. Kire large finely fnrniBhoi 
rooms, for olobo aod private parties on thoir owi 
ttrrn* and mIm. J*7-3m 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROlRlNG OCEJN!' SURGING BREAKERS 
FORMING SURF, MORSTER SEA LlONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnehet, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE! 

BKINO VOIR FAM1X.1'! 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIENDS 

Aart eolo. . Ti.w of tbe finest OOEAN PANO- 
RAMA. IN THP; WOULD, slIiQAiBbt of 
tb. wortd-rano«n.d 

Golden Gate. 

With . fleet ol wb'te.winired nMK.oserfl enterint 
from err part of tbe comm.rclei world. 

•Sf-Now Line Baaae., oonn.otloc with ScrMt 
Oara at Loo. Mooot.lo e».r>- 1A minaUa bereatt.i 
for tb. Cliff Boaif Irl-tt 



8. W. DENNIS, 

Dentist, 

HAS JUST RETURNED FROM 
tb. K.rt aod r«.nm.d tb. p.«ot.lco 
of Oia pr.faaaloo, at bl. former office, 

SS EFAaUT KTKEET, 

Ban Francisco. mi 



R. MEN D EZ, 

No. 19 Geary 8treot 

X13EIX3 LION, 

. FBP.KANU EAST erer 

) Satordftr .reolof; At 8 o'otook. 

Best Wioes and Ltqnore. Tbs 

''Old Sport" will alwsfa be o. 

band to meet bis frl.nde. 

inia 



319 BUSH 8TREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS H0U8B, BEING OENTKALLY --■ 
looathd, near all t'ie principal Uotolt, flg* 
Rottanraot- ood places of Amnsament, [9 
Strong-art can Hod good, cotnforieble, pleaa- •*»^"* 
otaod elegant roomi at reasonable ptiots, 
osSo-tl 



DR. 0. O. ODON.TKLL, Offie* ard R-t 
st£ Eoaioy, near jAckooQ, op eU.ra. 
aatoof DartasoatbOotlrg*. and lata Sarg 

thi» O. y. Army. TteaU oSo* patl»ata foi 

MbUfctaMtASBSiM 



Grand Duke Alexis 




THE DEPOT OF TRE:GRAND DUKfC AL- 
exia Ttee. -aotub OoDgresa Gukero nod Pre nab 
Ties lorGtoU and Boys, is at P. Kelij'u, the 
Pr-« i Boof.niaki-r. 

•t>» Ooim of tbo abavo goods now In store, aod 
will be sold at Eastern priflea. 

Pereona r.Midirp in tbe oonotry dosiroou of Ob- 
f.ainlog pfrleot Qttlng iiootH and rSboee, can seod 
for P. Kellt'a Circular.containtDg bis new tpaLbod 
of aelf-moaBaremont and list of o aotom prioes. 

IP. I5LE.X J X J ^S', 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, MontEoircrT and Kearny. 

j.2S 



FOR «9^a.3L.xi3. 



HEW TA OCTAVE 



PIANOffm 

WILL BE 

HOLD at A BARGAIN, 

Oa Acooa t of departure from the SUte, 
Call, or Addrses 

'FIGARO" OFFICE. 
58S JVEercHaut St. 

malJ-Ll 



CLAY -STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

8Sw Cluy Street, cor, 
•itockton. 

This in tbo most elegant 
and oommodions Ridlcg 
Academy in the city .open 
day and evening. Partio- 
alar attootion .paid to 
atinhfng begionsrs. jt/i-^ns 

8 ""•*"" j^ m^SHAIaL, Proprietor. 




IMCTTlSIO T.a?k.XT<3s-EC , r- 



Palotteg at prioes to salt olroamataoo**. SOi'j 

. . — .l i.-. — -_ n..__ ..a <-*>p*rr'iU Hot., 

i •Hth>nt in 



Palotteg at prioes to ealt ouoaxutaoosB. auij( 
t.aarenwortb. b*tw*0a G**nr and CFarr-U HO. 
tbroogn an arob. dnf hoot*: ptjpilt -.f'*™* <» 
otrnm*oia can prsotic* boro ; fos—na 



To the Unfortunate* 

»K. OIBI.ON'a UWVr.SHA.lLlC. 

NO. «»« KffARNY STRKET, COR* 
nor of Oommercial, tSao FraDciftCO 
Knt.ranee on Commercial e treot. Ketab* 
llsbed in 18M, for the treatment and 
core of all dieoaees of the urinary and 

generative otgans, and all physical oon- 

ditit.iiMor weaknoee oontoQaent apon tbe errort 
or ignorance of ttie sexes. Skindieeaoe (of yeara' 
standing) aod alceratod legs a aou ana fully treated. 
Tbe aicsaad ibeofSiot<.d anoold not fail to call 
opon him. Tbe Doctor baa trarelad extenaivoly 
in Erjrope, and loBpectod thoroughly tbo Tarloat 
boBpltafu there, obtaining a great deal of valuable 
information, which Do is oompotent to impart to 
those In need of hla eervioee. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no ob-trge onlona he pffecte a care. Addrett 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957. Han Franciaco. 
hqS5-tI 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATKS, BY «« ,£•*, 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



DR. WILLIAM S. DAVIS & G *. CASE, 
DBNTIBTSi 

SS Montgomery Street, 
Opp. Lick Hones. 
Dentistry In all its braoolies.'tat rsasonable rates. 



COal J Coal i 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 
OOA.T-. DEALERS. 

Offices t Wholesale, Bulkhead, 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 4 1 3' and 4 1 3 Pacific St., 

Abore Sansoms. 

SOLE AGENTS FOB 

MEWPOKT COOS BAT COAL CO., 

Asd D.alsrs In all Descriptions of 

Foreign and Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

ap28 P O. BOX !««». 



TO THE LOVERS of SONG 

AND SOCIAL IXJOTHEHT. 

Harloc msde anjlable alierstlooe for oondnotlns 
a Urat-olasa FRs.lt AND K Ab Y at tb. 



FRED. KATZ 

BEEF AND PORK 

BUTCHER, 

stairs ** to !Ot> Oa!a- Harkst. 
^jj^gjjge^onoJ^^sjll^lanobsi 



QHARING 



606 MISSIOK 



4* 



SALOON, 

NEAR SECOND. 



W* Intsnd raoniog It so of yore— Sociability a 
wits our motto, Poluem.ua and Fair Dealing oar 
ralo Graod opening Satarday May 30dd, 1374. Frea 
and Easy every Saturday daring the season. Oar 
old patrons and the public in general are aordiana 
Invir-d. nhair taken by our old Ub&irman MR. 

F. PHILLIPS at 8'olock nbarp. 

a AOL. Mi A W II>». 



California Ahead of the World 

IN 

WOOLEN_GOODS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS IN REOKIPT OF 
Blankets, Flannels. Horse-Blanketing, «to. 
direr*-, from the Mills, and will eelllo lots to soil 
Dsroi, BB N * ff Montgomery street: 
no'21-Prn OKU M. aCAIKT, Agent, 



$300,000 OO 

TO UtOA.'SSTl 

AT BEDUORD RATES. ON MINING STOCKS. 
Real Kstate, Bmlne.s Paper aod othsr tJol- 
lstsrala. tsfatf 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

oao Monfirem'ry Street, 

myfi-tf 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICl. 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. IB Montgomery Avenoe, S. F. 

hl4M T. ROIWKRH .TOHNCON 



NO TI OH- 

Gray's Music Stores. 

633, 625 CL.AY STBEBT. 

IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE THE PTJBLIO 
endtbt. maetoal profaamoo. GRAY'S MXTSIO 
Ktoree «ill hnrearieroloae at 8 P. M. i&etead of * 
P. M. a^f^rm«rli>. ntalg-lai 



CANDIES! CANDIES! 

3VI. .sSv. MEROBR 

Manufactures every doeoriptloo of 

CAXIJIXA, Wholesale tantl Kctalk. 

tflS Kearny St.. between Sacramento aod Ctrfl-, 

tornia and IV? Seoond rtroet. botwean 

Minna and Na.unna nM-lo 



MINNIE WILLIAMS. 



TjktOiV^BIONAL.V.T KHOWN AS "f.ITTLB 
r^MISNIK.'-lhn ja«ec*(e a ta#«a .with tb* 
, London Dtai Oomnaoy. Ii-t beard *rla th* East 
Indioe, U implored ro writ* to bar ntotbar in Saa 
Pranoitoo, Oaliiorota, Toaa rlcai joajaaiaar* ra- 



aaal 



■ 4 je^j o j\.tt . o ' 

1 JOBBKAi 01 AKIDSBSIKHTB. 
a lb* Ve»r or 

t. ..-- . b o <* a b d tr : 



laiow MoQUrom.rr, S*n rfr.oelBeo. 



TDESDAY JULT 



7, 1871 



Ttaoi. Goad Old B»ji»ell 

A correspondent of the St. Loni, Times 
B«<, "Consietencv is » jewel honored less 
in the briach tbsn in theobsjrvsnce." Bnt 
be mnet remorobfr thai v.ce is a monster 
bejood which endutanos oeases to be a Tir- 
tae. 

There is a good deal of force in thoai old 
sayings. We delight in quoting them. There 
is profound philosophy in the following : 
"The drowning camel will clatoh at the last 
straw if he breaks his back in doing so,'' 
"A bird in hsnl is woith all ths chickens 
that have came home to roost," "A strolling 
atone gatbera no moss In glass houses, '■ 
" Every goose thinks its own k tlene are 
■ wans," " It is a wise ohild that make g 
friends with its own mo'.htrin-law." There 
are many others which wa refrain from giv- 
ing, lest we should not quote them cor- 
rectly. . 

A Genial Notice. 

This is the way the Daily Pres3, a queer 
little paper published in Salt Lake, Utah, 
welcomed John Wilson's circus : 

A circus will pitch its unholy tent in our 
nvd-t in a few days. No right minded man 
can regard the visit of these vultortB with 
anything tut dread. They always drain 
the country ol the spate ctangecvenio 
flash times, and row, wh-n the band of 
hardship hang* heavy en the business in- 
terests of tur Territory, a vtBit of one of 
these unnecessary lnxor>es (?) is simply a 
scourge. We can oi.ly heps that our citi- 
-z.db will not be foolish enough to patronize 
the one coming. 

Tnis of coarse bad a great effect on the 
patronage of the circus. It always does. 



New Mn»ic. 

We have received from 31. Gray, the pub- 
lisher, ths following new music : " Just 
Touch the Harp Gently, My Pretty Louise," 
words by Samuel JK. Mitebell, oomposed by 
Charles Blamphin, and "It Was a Dream," 
words by B. E. Fr.ucillan, music by Fred 
H. Cowan . 



Virtuous Indignation. 

Those highly virtuous papers, the Chron- 
ica and PoBt howl in ononis at the Call for 
publishing burlesque pictures of pereo^s 
who took part in the Fourth of July pro- 
oession. They think it was profanation. 
What did they think of the Antiques and 
Horribles ? 



Mrs. Minnie Myrtle Miller. 

Letters for you at Fioabo offife. 
your address. 



Send 



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OM 



The Young Man rroin tne East. - 
" I'm a stranger In tela ciiy, 
I'm lately from tee East, 
Aud mighty fond of oysters; 

■SHiere can I jjt-t a feafit ? 
I've been to all tne restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A piste ef Eat-tern oyfcters, 
0/ the old-fashioned hind.". 

••Troll, I can tell yen," said his friend,; 
" "Exactly where to go, 
And where to get yonr oysters, 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 419. opposite the Market, 
You'll e*e a feign, -TEE SADDLE EOCK, 
Yon can't fall te remark It, 

•• Emerson Oorrllle keeps the place, 
The best saloon In town, 
There you can get yonr oysters raw, 
Or fried so criep and brown. 
He's the Urgent oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Coast. 
And that ho keeps the freshest 
Eaa ever been his boast. 

11 He's sot nloe little private rooms. 
Where yon ess elt at ease, 
And eat yonr California stew, 
Or Eastern If yon please. 
Ail the young men of faehion go 
xtlght to the SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS. 
And drink their Bhenlsh hock." 



Walt Whitman's Late«t. 

The editor of ihe ilinuoapoWa Tribune 
iaecne repeat Walt W hit- 
men's poetic offiriog to Netlie Grant, . 
cbtrmed with rt that ha weut to toe < fiice 
and copied itc$ as Learly a* ho could Te- 
member, for puUica'ion. This' is tbe de- 
lightful reaalt : 

A KISS TO THE BEIDE. 

Scarred, bllstersom*. undefined. 

With venison fr:m East and West, 

A-.d aaleratie North and Sontb, 

And nnmerons otLer ingredients from the 
northeast and Southwest, 

And several couctles y»t to heir from. 

Through m', to-day, 1,030.000 tarts and hams. 

Wafting 2,000.018 cluo?, 8,000,000 sonl-Mt 
swears, 

Win 40,000,000 reserved fand In the Treasury. 

—Tender ai_d true remains the marm I hat yields 
thee. 

CI- ar »un ty dsy, bright stirB at night, with 
rising barometer In the mornlog. and In- 
creasing clondioees over the Lower Lake 
region, aod possibly rain or sdow over 
the latter. - ' - 

Queer glil— through ma tie ancient rye juice, 
too— 

For the New World, through me, tt distillery 
prices, the old, attjnutted, ancient, ven- 
erable, anti-crusade wed ding- greeting. 

O youth aud health 1 O tweet allfsourl rose 1 
O biDEj bride 1 O almigtty greenback I 
O much 1 O more 1 Owe everybody, 
wlti nothing wherewith to redeem I 

Yield thy red cheets, thy lips, mouth, palate 
tongue, traohe-i, tonsil?, pharynx, larnyx 
news infca, to day. 

S*turday,*May 28, 1874, , 

Unt j a ntt on's loving unite. 



JC J£ . 



The Past Si-ason. 

Wilkes* Spirit, of New York, a ays: "The 
past Beaioa Las been one of the most disaB- 
iroua ta theatrical enterprises evir known. 
Not half a doz n. established theatres have 
made a ceot, and most of them loBt heavily. 
Among the latter may bs mentioned Bootbs ( 
Daly'd, and Niblo's, New York; McTioker*a, 
Aiken's, and HooUy's, Chicago; De Bar's in 
New Orleans; all the Philadelphia hoDseB 
except iha Walnut, acd all the Wa3hingioa 
aud Baltimore theatres. ThoBswh) sre re- 
ported to have come out ahaadaretbe Union 
Square and Wallack's, New York; the Bos- 
ton Museum, De Bar's in 8t. Louis, Gard- 
ner's in Chicago, and tb.3 Walnut in Phila- 
d^liha. Booth's losses are put down at 
540,000, Jarrett & Palmer's at $60,000, and 
Daly's at £80.000. 



Poor Nen. 

Just about this time it is alarming to dis- 
cover the number of very poor men there 
are in the community. The assessor knows 
better than anybody else bow very poor are 
those esteemed to be rich. It's only when it 
doesn't cost taxes that men want to be es- 
teemed wealthy. 



A Little Troubled. 

Bejcher recently adviaed people to write 
down tte things which trouble them. If 
the reverend gentleman follows his own ad- 
vice, we guess the name of Tilton will be 
written in capital letters. 



OUR BROADWAY. 

ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 

f from (he S<xn FrjtKlsco Bulletin, Saturday, April 
Aih, |fl 7 *~" ' 

Daring the lait few y-iara the Kroat marob of 
Improvement tai centered oa Market Etieet The 
Grind Hotel, the eleranb batldtog ooovtiLatlng- 
tb«"NuclenV' Bancroft,'* mapniajent a'.roctire, 
and man? others ij the immediate vicinity, tave 
giTen a maUTtlsns imp'tos 6 o th« urowth aod 
prosperity of that part ol tnt itj. 

Tbs Palace Hotel, wta oniy other projected 
lmprovemeDU,all point with aaerriotj certftlnty 
where the great tide of trade will benifur flow. 
Nnmeroaa wboleaalere and a large namber of re— 
tail merchants Save selected Mirket street as the 
basis of tbeir trade, btlleving It to be the main 
arUay of San PranoiBOO, To obtain a tjood front- 
age oo tble thoroughfare items now impossible, as 
nearly every sloie, whether modern or old fash- 
ioned, has a roeh of applicants. Mr. P. Beamleb 
having thoroughly stalled this qaestioc of loca- 
tion, some years ago secured one of t be elegant 
stores nnder the Naolens, and he has recently 
rented the one adjo nice, thereby giving bis prem- 
ises a frontage of as feet oo Market street by 18 
feet on Third, or, wa might state, almost tbe en- 
tire ground floor of tbe Nucleus Hotel. We had 
tbe pleasure yesterday of examining his varied 
and extensive stock, consisting of tbe most com- 
plete aod well selected line of gentlemen's Fur- 
niBbio£ Goods to be found In this maraet. Wn 
aleo examined a very large and floe assortment of 
Clothing, both of foreigo and domestic material, 
embracing every fashion and style suitable for the 
present season. 

Mr. Beamish has never carried an inferior line 
of goods BJcoe he has bnen in baeiness, and hie 
Bcocess as a merchant Is owing entirely to the faot 
that be treats hte customers fairly ; consequently 
they renew their patroca^e. In soma of oar 
stores, a bayer of clothing or underwear receives 
tbe earns treatment at the baud) of a oertain class 
of shopkeepers, as nssopbistioated countrymen 
daily exparieuoe oo Chatham etieet, New York. 
This mode of fleecing the public by guaranteeing 
domestic goods for genaine Scotch tweeds or 
west England clothe, has aroused tbe juat indig- 
nation of our honorable merchant. 

Mr. Beamish is foremost in the ranks to lead 
public opinion, »nd has ever made it bis etudy to 
carry out bis represeotations. bo strictly is every- 
thing conducted to his eaLabllabm>nt, that the 
merest novice oau implicitly rely upon receiving a 
juet return for bis expenditure. No seoond price 
ie taken on pnrohaeee, which indicate a high 
eeoBe of business honor. Bis entire stock, from 
the flce ; t beaver or eassimere to a bandkerohiel or 
a package of hose, ie sold at a fair living price; 
and ao offer under that rate isrespeotfully but 
emphatically declined' TbjB oae prioe system !b 
tbe only Btaodsrd of oommeroial honor. We 
know euoh ethics rarely flni acceptance, with a 
oertain olaas of btisioess men in Sso Fraacisoo and 
other large cities, but at 11 t b «y that strictly ad- 
here to thsm invariably succeed, while tbe others 
enjoy bnt a modicinm of patronage. We believe 
that tbe mercantile classes of this aountry will 
soon be aroused to the neoesslty of uniformity cf 
prices, Bnd admit the correctness of the doctrine 
merely aa a business ex p'dienoy, if not prompted by 
a higher motive. It was not our Intention when 
we commenced to write this article to asenme the 
attitode ef a moralist, but we think a word in 
son may operate beneficially on quite a'numberof 
our shopkeepers and raise their notions of correct 
df alias to a higher standard, Wa would, there 
fore, obeerfully recommend all our friends and 
readers to cat upon Mr. Beamish and inspect bis 
floe and maicfclees stock of Furnishing Goods and 
Clothing, tnd wa feel persuaded that the correct- 
ness of oar advice will be fully indorsed by their 
exoerisnoe. *>***r******+^s* 



SOCIETY OF 

CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. 

REGULAR SOCIETY TICKET. 

Annual Election, Tuesday, July 7. 

Poll. Oven from S> A. M . to S P. M. 



UAH 



For President, 

JAMjKS lice. 

For Vice -President*. 

DiVID J. HTAPLE6 of San Francisco 

FREDERICK. F. LOW Of San Fmaciaca 

EDGAR MILLS of Sacramento 

F. A. Ultl.N of Santa Urnz 

A. E. f. UASilO.'i of Alameda 

For Secretary, 
LOlls B. LCLL. 

For Treaanrer, 
HOWARD DATEAS. 

For Harihal. 
WILLIAM Hir.fAKB. 

For Director*. 

John Car-T, Tbos. D. MatbewBon, 

Oosi. B.Obamberlain, John F. Pope, 
Henry SohmeiOell, Charles R. Peters, 

David N. Hawley, John li. inrney, 

Jona A . Drinkbouee . j j-i-3: 



RECREATION. 



C3-x>Azxca. Success 



TO LET. 
PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 

Comer of X»w Mmn jroniery and 

JtHitloO llrtcll, 

BY THE D AT, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT SEASONABLE RATES. FOB 

Concerts, Lectures or 

Meetings, 



3,000 PERSONS. 

And is ao conNtrnoted that every person in the 
Auditorium can see and hear. 



For particulars apply to 

SK1F.RIDAN COBBTN <fc CO., 
«O0 Montgomery Street, 
«m23 ^•i. m m %1 Boom O. 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

Hundreds Aval ing themselves of the Great 

I-idocementa Offered by the B. F. & N. P. 

E. R. Oo, to make one of the moat de. 

lltthtfnl trlpi in the country, which 

la thrrngVi tbe beautiful Sonoma 

and Buasian Biver Valleys. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN FARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

DOMAIXTJE. 

PJLTA I.TT M A 

IIKALDalirBO, 

SASTA ROSA, 

OET8E1IVILLE, 
CLOTEBUALE, 

OETSEBS 1 

THE S. F. AND N. P. K. R. 00„ AT TBE 
earnest aolioitation of its patrons, a> well as 
tbe do olio generally, have made a great reduction 
in their resularr&tee, as an induoeineot to Exour- 
alonieta to make tbe most d^ightfol, and, wltbal, 
the most piotureque and ezotting trip to the 
Great Natural Wonder of tbieCoaat, 

THE CREAT GEYSERS!! 

Via Cloverdale, returning via Oallatoga, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Spring?, 

All renowrjad Places of renort for ol "aaare 

aeeken . 8.F.4N.P.R. K. Oo. 

coaneote at Uloverdale with 

VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



t 



A Diillcalt Thing. 

It is wiae to believe that all things- are for 
the beet. Bat it's mighty hard to think ao 
when a flea is meandering np and down 
yonr back and you're sitting in the company 
of several ladies. 



J3r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such Is 
bow the most snooesaful of any Physician Id 
Ban Fraac'eeo. Office 619 Bacraaiento street, 
oorner of Lelfiesdorfl, a few doora oelow What 
Oheer Eoupe | 1 

IfYou 

Feel the need otphotphortu (nerve (sod), take 
a consse of f ea-ws.t r baths at tbe Sanitarium 
foot of Powell et eet, North Beach. Exclnelve 
depaitment and lady attendant for ladles. Five 
-tickets for $1. 6q 

Fine ft'atei.os 

Theheet goods at the lowest prices, at H. A 
Callender's, corner of Secpudeid Mission. A 
flee assortment of chains. Jewelry, etc. Call 
and examine, 5-f 



Sprlnsr Style AH.ats. 

Licbt, beautifully flnlehed end pracofnl In 
shape, the new Spring style of Hats manufac- 
tured at "The" Bat Store, 617 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny street), 
Is just the thiog to mate a man look a hundred 
pt r cent, better. Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
Goto "Tee Hat S;ore" for. a new one. Prices 
reduocd. U-v 

Great Sarsalxisi In Clothing;: 

The only store in tbe city that has the largest 
oheapest and flneBt assortment of Hen's and Eosa 
Clothing, is H, Peraer'a Montgomery Avanne 
Clothing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington and Jackson. Alec a large assort- 
ment of Men'a and Boja' Overcoats and Cloaks, 
tnd the Bneet stock of Goot»' Furnishing Goods, 
Trunks, Valises, etc. Si 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CENTRE MARKET. 

Sutter and Dupont Streets. 



THIS MAEKET 
for business 



WILL OPEN 



Imperial Muk Punch. 

The best of beverages. Try ft, Vade and 
sold only by AraL. Waugaman, at his Bympo. 
alacof fine Wines, Liquor* and Begars, comer 
of Leldesdorfl and Hslleok streets. Superb Hot 
Lunoh from 11 to a. N. B.— Stock reports 
telegraphed directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 3x 



Special to XjB.fl.ics. . 

For dresemaklng In all Its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 310 
Post street. Terms reasonable. S-0j 



Dental Work. 

POB 1TKESX QTULITX Or WOBK, gO to T. 0. Jfi*- 

sup, deutlst, cor. Sutter ^nd Montgomery, over 
Tuoser's. 8-u 



X)r. A bom. 

Ocnliit, Auriet, Catarrh, throat and lung 
physkcl&_,il3 Geary tt., above Stockton. Office 
horrrr 1-a a. at. toar.ai., 6 to 7 p.m. 2-a 



*WasnirijeItetnirnefl. in oxae Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Z-anudry. Ho Chinamen employed. * 



Free anfl. Easy. 

A Vocal and Iattrumental Concert will be 
given every Wedntuday and Saturday evening, 
at 633 Market street, opposite Eearny. The beat 
of talent will oe present. Everybody Is lLVlted 
to attend and will receive gocd cheer and cor- 
dial treatment, r -» -. M __ _ if 



Madams Clara Antonls, de Paris, Business 
and Medical Clairvoyant and Ind^penceut 
Trance Medium, 134^ Post Etreet, near Dn- 
pout, Correct dlagnoEls and special attention 
to the treatment of- diseases. Consultations in 
Francb, German and EogUeh. 6 o 



THURSDAY, July 9th. 1874, 
And will be Illuminated Thurs- 
day, Friday and Saturday Even- 
ings. The Public are respectfully 
invited to inspect it. « 7 -" 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 

1=1. TVTEKTiaBSi 

His BEMOVKn FBOM THK "BED HON' 
Saloon, No. J 9 G.arj street, to the "Bfloti.' 
Saloon, 

No. 6»a SnerameBto Street. 

Wnioh .ill herealter be better known as tb. 

"Lion and Unicorn 1" 

The "Old Sport" will always b 1 on t aid to re- 
ceive hi« former ratrons and friends, uid servo 
the b^st brands of Wines aod L qoors. Also ex- 
hibit a floe cotl*ation of SDoriloft Ft o tares. 

e»- FREE AMD KASV every Wednesday and 

Saturday Night. Chair wilt be taken at 8 o'cteok, 

jl7-tf 



How I Made tS20. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J. A. Snaber & Co., 707 Mar.et s.reet. two doors 
from Third. They Bell Fnrniture 20 per cent. 
oheaper than any other dealers. X tried them 
all. 12-i 



Cse — -jTHTBQ'a Salad Dbesstro— best and 
cheapest in town— at Oyeter House C72 Howard 
street, near Third. 5k 



_PreAan'l 8wm». 



Ma. L. Jaxlkwtts, Ko. 240 Kearny Btroet, 
New iud Seoond.Hand Clothing, of ali. descrlp- 
tlonB,bonght and sold. Btore closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. rx 



IteOP XS A30> SEE TlTTZLK AKB GaLK AT 

the Opera Hou*e Bar, ndjoinlng the Opera 
Boose, Flue Wines, Liquois and OlgCee. 1 w. 







LEAGUE OF_FREED0M 

THIS SOCIETY WAS ORGANIZED LAST 
Tnesday June 16th, b> delegates of the 
"Grocers' Union Trades Union" aod "Personal 
Liberty League." Tbeobjeotof the organization 
is mntual protection against any infringement 
noon personal rights. Icsprlnoical object now is 
to work against Local Option- At a meeting held 
UetevsDtog the League of Freedom adopted a 
Code of Laws. To-d«y proper agents will canvaM 
tbe eity for members— ther are empowered to col- 
lect one dollar initiation fee and issue Certificates 
of Membership. Certifiostes of Membership may 
ftlso be obtained &S the office of the League, No. 
622 Clay street, Uoom 9. from 9 a. m. to 4 p.m. 
By order of Committee. 

JULIUS ECHLERT. Becietary. 
je20-3t 



FIGARO 

CIBOULATJtCS AB 'lOCSE PEOORAMME IN 
evervTbus.tri'aTd in ever* place of am uee- 
meut in Sui Franoiaoo, 



MR. S. H- MAESH, WHO HAS BERN EN- 
gsgod for roaoy years giving Musical Instruc- 
tion on the Pianoforte, Harp and Singing, in the 
most di- tirpaii-htd families of Enrope, India, 
Australia and Japan, begs to aononnce nia inten- 
tion of reoe<vmg a limited number of pupils dur- 
ing hisrisidanoeiD San Francisco. Hnving Btnd- 
ied the Pianoforte under Ries (the favorite pupil 
of Beethoven). John Cramer and Kalkbrenner ; 
theHim under Bocb.se, and SiDgiug with Ferrari 
a ad T. Welsh ; he has had tbe hooor of prod noing 
a greater camber of brllhaat and accomplished 
pupil ' tban fall) to the lot of moit Masters. Ar- 
rangements as to terms, etc , ca-> be made br l«t- 
• Arsaddreesed to the care of r uLIs READ, Es*.. 
301 Oatiloroia street, or at Oray's Muaio ttiore, on 
Olay street, baa Franoisoo. ) »3-l 



Bt thin route too eojoradoabre pl^asnre trip; 
a beantifal trio on ibe rtay on tae «tramer \N r t- 
LOPf. to Donabae Laad'.ng, and then by the cars 
ibroogb the most beaotifnt and feittle va'lcya on 
tbeOeast. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For the Rnsnd "t'rt ■>, gor-d till the following 
MONDAY MOKNING.at tbe fol- 
lowing rates : 

Te Petalnmn nn<l HctU'n »1 SQ 

To Snottv Bom ond Betnrn.... .... 8 OO 1 

To Uculdtliarr; autl R'tmn ........ 4 O* 

To Cloverdule and Ketarn... ft.... & O* 

To SkodK"' Sprlngia and Hetom... Si 
RoDBd Trip Tlckrti to lh« Gey- 
mr-rst and rMurn, Tl.i CloTtrdulc 

(Good to October ttlst) 18 51 

Geyser* usd reiarn, vlu Colta- 

toaa .....',.- 1« O* 

Te the G«F«rn Dlrevt © 7f 

Oey»er*, wlu Cloverdale to Cuilx- 
ioia, to tb<& X*eirlfied Foreat 
ond retnrn to this city (Good lo 

October- 31.1) 16 54 

Round trip tickets to the Geysers good for 
season 1674. a yy« 

THE STEAMER 

ANtELOPE 
Leaves daily (Snndavs ex pea ted) from fan Fran- 
cisco at 2:20 v. U., from Front Htreet Wharf. Oa 
Mondays at 8 A. M. Returning, arrives in San 
Fran bi sco Suoday e>enug. at 7 o'clock. Tickets 
on board tne steamer, 

r'. H.GERDES, 
Gen. Pass, and Tloksi Agent. 
A. A. BEAN, Snp't, 

GENKKAL OFFICE, 
Da21-tf 420 Montvomery Street, 



DAILY LINE. 




ON AND AFTER APRIL . 
dersigned will run hie regalarliae of slz-hon 
Ooocord Coaches between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Connecting with daily trains both Rorth and Soutb 

Having run this line for two years without aa 
accident oooaring, Db ie confident be can continue 
the same with eatet* to the public. 

Through Tickets to the Springs from San Fran- 
cisco and aLl required information may be bad al 
SOS Montgomery Street, and at theSU 

Jose Jttullrond Depot, San Francisco. 

Private conveyance furnished by letter or tele 
graph. Aidrsne 

L. 0. ttTEB, Otlroy, 
P. O. Box 8», or by W. F. A Oo. 

Bay your Through Tickets and never bedelsyw 
on tbe road . ap6-tf > ' 



S. F. and S. P. B. R. Coj 









mMmmm 



ntr Goods, 



4th of JULY 

Grrartd Oeletoration- 

Ever jbo djl aln formedtb. ut at tbe ol 
d*t and on mbe nh reeeeeonds tre 
etweareselllsgipl end ldo pea bae ho 

rfr ontsh Lrtint Jl.SO. V nde rwesrf 
rotn GOc up nurdas dew ery tbt nge 
eh« spai ch eflpt anbea tbe ntd lctan d 
cos, 

NO. 3 SECOND STREET, 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan 
Society, 

Ho. S18 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

Guarantee Capita), f :[$300,000 

THE DIRECTORS OF THE A«OVE SOOIETY 
bav» declared a dvidend of nine and fiti- 
ten'Us <9 6-lfi) p^r oent. pernoonm on Term D«- 
poia, aod ii»;bt (8) percent, pprannnm on Orrtt- 
nary Uewosit-'. for tee term endiog J-ne 30,1874; 
free from Federal tax, aod pa able on and alter 

J °jllm 1874 - B, D: d B r 'OHISHOLM. Secretary. 



ON AND AFTER APRIL, II, 1874, TH) ; 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt Galloway, oon 
oectiog at Dooabna Lanaiog with the oars fo 
Olovprdale and Intermf diate stations will leaf 
~ \ Man Francisco daily from Front 8tr»et Wharf s 

8;»« o'clock. Returniofl"will leave Oloverdale « 

6 A. M. connecting at DonaDoe Leading wit 

steamer, and arriving in Saa Francisco at 11 A tt 

EXCUR8ION8. 



BVHDAT 

The eleamer ANTELOPE will lea^e Front stw 
wharf every Sunday morning, at 8 o'olook, oon 
oeotiog at Donahne with oars for Pelammi 
HanU Rosa, Uealdibnrg, cloverdale. Retarnlei 
the traiu leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'clock, V. U ! 
conuectiog with s-eamer, arriving at San Franoli 
oo at 1 o'clock. Excursion tickets at redact 
ratee. Onnnfctione made with srages for Senoiw 
Okiab.Mecdooinoand Olear Lake. • 

No freight can be received after 2 o clock r. > 
For further information apply at Ooropanj 
office. ■*»« Montgomery street. nrn 

P. DONAHUE, President. 
F B- GtKUES , 

ap22-tf Oeoeral Paaseoger and Ticket Agent. 



(TRADE MARK.) 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

•a» California Street, Corner of Webb, 

FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING WITH 
Jane 30 1874 * cividend ha» been declared at 
the rale of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term 
Depoeits and eev-.o aud one-half 0%) oer cent on 
Ordinary DeponM. ir-f of Fedeiai tn. payable 

°°"y;,d.r. al ' 15, 8T1 - LOTELL WHITE, 
j 6-lm. OaBhier, 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

or THE 

German Savings & Loan Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIRBOroRS OF THE GFR- 
m.n 8».i°m >"«to> Sooiet. .►«»• e>«°l>re<l 
the dlvld.Dd for the first h.lr-rc.r UA .coi^g thifl 
n»ie. «ttb«ia-o!.lBbt »od two-fiitn. o.r oeot 
rs2 5[)«rc.ot.)P".«tni>on T.ra D.DO.iW, .oa 
ee.en dot cet<t. (' P«' "ot.) oeraonam on Ordio- 

•ft.r lb. lilb d« ol Jolr K. o.d, 

...... noE.L«.Tr 



» O'dar, 

, LBTTB, Bawetary. 




CftTARR 

IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 

For Sale BTeryrrher 

CRANE B3ICHAM, 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. ' j> 



f»nKrtn Wanted a party to invest tbe aV 
©>iDUU« smoonVit will pay a return of f 
*KiPU0 to 9JS.C0* m one year, the best paylnu b 
nets in Sao Francisco. For oartloulars app 
S Oorbyn & 0«., Agents 606 Montgomery -t. 
Room », fcaa Franolsco. J«29- 



NapaEoda 

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HOUSE. 

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J. B. M ,KV, 



OPERA HOUSE. 

Tuetday Evening* July "f. 



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131D3>J COTTON 



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BILLY AR LIN CTON, 



MAGUIRB'S NEW THIATR1. 



•mi A««rt». 

nurmmn 



The Great Star Company. 



VaLOOBU.. Ultl <X>»*I'I. IXTITLID 



EXTREMES, or, MEN OF THE DAY. 



lOUIUE' 



» | CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS 

BLACK BRIGADE 

Female Suffrage, 



MISS I5.A.T1Z3 

Mil. MARY WELLS. 

Mr. EDWARD ARNOT, 
Mr. D.MARDEN, 



3ROYVnVING, 

Mia* SYDNEY COWELL, 

Mr. CEORCE CIDDENS, 
Mr. JOHN HOWSON, 



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ON T HE ENDS 

1« TBS 

IB A 

New Budget of Wit, Songs & Oddities. 



CHARLES EDMONDS. A. D. BILLINGS, 

-A-rjcl trio IT-u.ll Drnmntio Cozapauy. 



THIS IVEHINO. 



JOLT 7 



FAIXJOVRK'S Greet fvpreaaeteme Comedy. 



on 

a MEN OF THE DAY ! 

faark hawihork* edward aflfott 

sir uohkl kuuian .. oharle. edmonds 

bow. augustus adolpiius d. hardxn 

dr. playfaib a. d. billiiios 

jamss john howson 

ayckakd d10bt r. hill 

robin wildbriar ..george giddens 

m«-cu»ninohab; julr robinson 

luoy vavasour miss kate browning 

mrs. wildbriar uiss mary wells 

JINNY WILDBRIAR Win aoot MISS SYDNfcY OOWELL 

MR". TATASOUB MRS. FRANK RBA 

MISS XUGRNIA OHOLM jNDELEY MISS BT. JOHN 

JEMIMA MISS L. VAVASOUR 




Will Sliortly appear, 



TVTISS •TEJF.F 



BY8 LEX^IS. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

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JOIHV1MY TDERS 

The MlVtl - ivn,.*.,, .„,| DetlMlor, 

BS-AI I 

NBD BUOKTjHT 

TO. Old f.TOrll*, AM 

Ml«« IJD.A. j\i^.-sr. 

T a. im... 

i*aA0t>ENT or 
aXTlmi QjEyy».jr«.XB T*7-XL.jT_»XsB 

INOlulMINT Or 

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THIS BVKEimo JDLT1 

Tb« Trg.i I • .ill CoaKaeue. .Ua A 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FUN 

tu.l.ti.Rii wilo tb*T&ElI£TT VALE aKOCftP. 

...O'abaaira 



OVERLAND TRAVELERS. 

K'd Rarki-r .... ....A ad Barry Dc»o» 

■•-« >Dd Daae« Id* Fl>k 

■•««■.«* Kill* »*»• 

Doable Zlt)ff*r.tlft .Rove Vl.r-iil aad Ma**!* Hrtwtr 



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:i\ri\rTr TUJUH8 

Ibi *••■ «s,*J Dturr 



B-Uad Moiiie i.«rgmi( 

*'»■ Jobariw •*.-.*• 

V«ri»l Ms-bib i „rrlf 'Willi. 

Ltoubie l',.ik»..,LI»»lr ffurr.l «Bd Mil-. Hl.nrhi 
*••■ ,M*«.Tl« Hrrwrr 

I Want to be a Doctor 

Dootor ODf9a.ll .... Frank Mort'-nore 

bnnoki Johnny To.ri 

Btity Mou Johoof Prloa 



Hrrli.-l'o»k Mods Ida Mar 

Hong Knllf Z.i 

Medley N<na .... H* FHk 

■onu Hnlllr LaForr-il 

MORTIAaTORB. 

, ...Mite Hl.nfb. 

lurry «'rTi>, 



natch Sons* .. 
Mob if.... 



f..rr.ts Willi. 



GOING TO THE RACES. 

Mrs. Brown Mollle LaPorr-it 

Mr. Brown K Mortlraora 

Pe 1 1 ol aaa _■ ... ........... JobDnrJ'r OB 

Fancy Dance 

Humid 

H»rnplp- 



...Bo.e Vincent 

Mil-. Binnehe 

>.1x*le Wnrrel 



o~toeylxx& oraers 

Br all the H*la Arti.tB. 



oyHotS 

Hlg«l 

to JHfl»W 

dHlbM*" 

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STAR 
Ale and Porter. 

DEPOT. 191 MARKET STREET, 
IIIBtirillD A Rliar.MFK. 



Try- 
It. 




Ope-n D*y aod Night. Ladies' Department. Obops and everrtbiog in market served to order. 
• Street, off Kearny between California and Fine 



Hoast 



W. H. SCHNEIDER, 

GUN-SMITH. 
No. SB Geary Street. 



ft€4!W 



Only Authorized Agents on this Coast 






ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



Programms of all Eatablisbed 



Places of Amusement 



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IN SAN FBAN0I800. 



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CIRCULATED EVERY DA> 



Dj 1U TEAR. 



FOR THE OELEBBATED 



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•RNKRALLY THSOUeHODT THB CITY 



Grand Duke Alexis Ties" 



....AND THE.... 

"ALLIGATOR TIES" and "GAITERS," 

THE M08T COMFORTABLE, 

Ourable and Fashionable Shoes In Town. 
ALSO TJEMI] IiABOEST, 

t'heapesi and Best Selected Stock 

....OF.... 

Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Infant's 

BOOTS and SHOES 

BVEB OFFERED IN BAN FBAK0I3CO. 

BEEB8 * KAYNAED, 238 Kearny Street. 



PACIFIC 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



FOURTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



Only Legal Journal Published West 
of Ihe Mississippi. 



IT HA« KECF.!VI".T>TIIECORI>IAr, F1VWOBSK. 
MENT OF IHE PBO E18IO.V AS A. 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



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OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR JSc CO., 

Bill and Card Distributors 

FOB OAKLAND mil VICIWITC 

Villi f.itblally sake dlttrltiatlont ol 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

Asd evarr dasorlotioo of 

Printed Matter 

At most Reasonable ratea. 
TAYLOR it CO. DISTRIBUTE 

In Oakland every day, ami are to be tailed upon. 



THE OLD 

Hot Sooton, 

No. 5 (formerly 15) ATnrto. Street, 
u Aluur. from Keurnr. 

A.11 Drinks Xen Cents 

Hot Drinks a specialty. 

THE BEST TOIH AND JERRY IN TOWN. 

AlwaiBon flU— the Now York herald. Harpax'a 
W« t kl», Frauk LobIIu's, Dsi'a Dologs, Polio. tTs- 
zstte, alt lb" Oallforca pspera, alo Ibe LoorJon 
Panob, Br.ll „ Life. lHu>trated Loodaa New.. Oall 
and '.ai-taty yootielf. 

aV- Don't forget tbe lien of tbe Hot Scotch. 

iald-tf W. S. WALDBOM.Pronriattr. 



JOHN McCARRON, 

HORSESHOE li and FARRIER 

Al'-t THIRD STREET, COSHER PfiRRV 
**XO Wa-rauti to care iaterfertiut or 0*er- 

raacbtsg- Gorni and Braiaei will rooeiTe promp 
itUotloo. 
a*- SatisfaotloTj *iTen H all eaeaa. 

CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OK THE tt&Z&I OAND1 
made at oar St*am Oaody Faolorr daily. All 
ordara, aipeclally from tba ooontry. ara aolloltad 
rAfd wlli ba proraptly atUnded to 



fRS JOOBHALOFiMyMMSHIS. 
put>]liE.d .r«r7 Dm In ta» Vaar br 



Bttow Montcomerr. 8in yimoortoa. 



TUESDAY JULY 7, 187* 









AMUSEMENTS, Etf. 

■affvlre's New Ttn-atre. 

Tbosewbofail to Titit tnls tbestre do-log lbs 
ibort time Ids'. F.lconar'sgrset comedy of "Hx- 
tr-mV'is b«io«plM«l,w.»l law * great trMt. 
Lin nlgbt It wss pressnt-d id a ssile wbiob 
pi* e-ed s»sry one. hdward Arooit Is the obarec- 
|«i of Frsnk Bawiborne. Miss Kato Brownlrg as 
Laoy Vare-onr. Miss B-y<Jney Oowell as J«ooj 
-ffildbrisr, Miss Msrj Weill is Mrs. Wll'brlsr. 
Jobn Howsonas J-mss, Charles Edmonds si Sir 
Lionel Norman, A. D. B;l)iogs u Cr. Plu'»lr. 
tod in faoi sll •og»zed in the rspr*asotaiion 
pls?ed their respective parts oapitallr. Tbe ssost 
difficult scenes w«re smootblr eatrt-d tbroogb f 
ar.d tbe compsny mty now be pronoonced capable 
of d«iniad*qa*l* jnsrics Many comedy tbat wee 
eT ir mitten. ' Exlr-jmes" will be plsyed sgain to- 
DtgbU UehoBldreUfn tke boards all tbe we*k. 
bat it will we ODdsrs!a-id be withdrawn oa Tbors- 
da». wn»n Mn. Jiffreys Lsaii will maks h*r Aral 
appearance ia Sao Frm.itco. 
California Tbeavtr*. 

Tlis theatre was thronged at nsasl lait night 
wDti Robertson's comedy of "Home" wee pre- 
daosd with t> A. Heibera In tbe character of 
Oolonel Jobn Wbtte. The plot bu follows. A )_ 
fred Dor neon (E. A. Botbero) returns, after an 
absence of miny fears in America, to England. 
Be flods bii father entangled by an adTentnress of 
lb* name of Mn. Pinchbeck, wbo, with bar 
brother a Oapleto Hosnlroffe. U snaking herself 
units ai home ia tbe Dorrlson oonntry bona*. 
Under ibese o (room*, tan ess be deter tx i ass to coo_ 
ctsl bis identity from bis father, and presents bln.- 
self as OoL Jobn White. Under this name be foils 
tbe adventuress tad rids the borne of herpreseooe. 
Mr. Botbero dii some excellent acting. He was al- 
ways tbe oool self-possessed gentleman wbo onder 
do olraamstaaues oonld lose h 'a self-control. Mies 
Minnie Walton as Dora Toornbsogh, tbe lady with 
whom tbe peeado Col. J u hn Wbite ie io love, 
scisr* charmingly and looked lovely enoujrh to 
make tverj ene in the hoo.se fall ia love with ber_ 
Miu Jaoaie Lee as Lacy D jrriaon, engaged to 
Bertie Thompson (J. P. Barnett) placed wuhds- 
tiOious arobneir, and Mr. Bu-nstt qcile entered 
Into tbe emit of tbe pirL Miss Bella Petenian 
woo maoh applsnse tod tnesy bonqnets. She gave 
a very clever impersonation of Mr*. Pinobbeok* 
Robert Pet em an played tbe deotorallZBd Captain 
Mooatroffe. Bis Hmnlatioo of drunken nets w*a 
perfeot In its way. Henry Edwards aa Mr. Dom- 
es, tbe genii) old tatber. was all that eould be 
desired. Tbe ple> was admirably pot oa tbe stage) 
sod finely anted tbroogboot It will be playad vvsiy 
nlgtatfcti' week and wtllcroi-di** konse. 
Opera House. 

Tbe minstrels will once mora make tbii bouse 
melodious and marry with song and int. Ma- 
eTolre'e Sen Fraooieoo Minstrels returned last 
n'gbt from Oregon, where tbey plsysd to crowded 
booses. 1 hey will appesr to-night at the Opera 
Hours in eonjnootioo with Ban Cotton and Billy 
Arliogtoo, tbe kicg pins of one of the beat troupes 
of minotrsls ever orjsniz-d. Among tbe acts to 
be performed are "the Black Brigade," "Fen-aTr 
Suffrage." and "Tbe Stolen Baa jo." Ban Cotton 
and B;Uy Arliogtoo will toko the sods to tbe flrst 
part. There will be b, tremeodons roth to-night, 
therefor* those who t*i*h tt> obtain ssat* will do 
well to go early. 
Piatt** Hall. 

Ths exhibition of tbe origiaal Koyal Mariooette* 
will commence at Piatt's Hall this evening. 
These wotderfnl poppets wilt be made to give 
tbrMdlstlaoteRtertslomeDts : Christy Minstrels, 
Fantoccini, and tbe fiiry epeotaaular pantomime 
of "Little BedfRidiog Hood." 
Madam** Anna Bishop. 

Tb.s famous vocalist will leave to-morrow for 
Portland with Mrs. Mar iaer, Alfred Wilkie aod 
Walter Campbell, R. S- Hillgoeeaa agent. 
Bella Union Theatre. 

James A. Heroe io "Handy Aody." Oil Micde- 
ville In hie eenastion character sketches, Miss 
Alice Boas io "F!a?s of all Nations." H. B- Areber 
In ballad*, and otbere io various specialties, will 
afford abundant amoaemeot to all who visit this 
favorite variety tbeatr* to-night. 
• •tickler's New Variety Theatre, 

Johnny Toers io soog aod daooe, aid In amneing 
Mti, Mornmore in sketches. Miss Ida May the fa- 
vorite vocalist, Mies Ida Fisk, Miss Maggie Brewer 
and a host «f others will appear to-night, 

aVATOMJOAL ai'Mrcn .— Ono ol tbe most 
•ample*/* oollecUone of the kind In the United 
States, oompnsiog hondreda of costly aod beso- 
<tol w*x models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
lily) at tbe Museum on Hontgemerr street. An 
tmur may be nrorltablv soeot bar*. 



LIGBT AND SHADOW. 

Lot* li not all one sbadowles* day of glory, 
Life 1* not all one ligbtlei* nlgbtof floom ; 
Cbe.kervd forc*/«r Is oor hnman etorr, 
Checkered tbe tiu.e of fallow, time of bloom. 
Son nfcT*r rose that did not oatt * shade, 
Before, behind, obllqoe, on * iiber side ; 
Lifibt w*re oot llgbt, Jf f arkoeas lent not lid, 
By darsDei* only llgbt U deified. 
Mlgbt never fell, eDgnlflnc in lt« blackness 
Lost creatures, bat tome little osndle throw 
LoDg ll^bt t pon tbe patb. to -peedtb* Blackneas 
Of bopeMs footetepB that have lost their olne. 
So light and nbadow weave their mingled w*b, 
Be life at blghtst flood or lowest ebb. 

LASTING LOVE. 

The love ib»t will eaoneet decay, 
Tbe love thst Is Barest to die, 
Tbe love that will Boon fly away, 

Is the love 
That Is told by a iigb. 
Tbe love that is enreat to last, 
Tbe love that a woman's heart need*, 
The love that will be kept fast, 

li tbe love 
That la spoken In deeds. 



Setting* a Fashion. 

A lecture was recantly given on Hate. 
The speaker, who was aphrenologiBt, argued 
in favor of a man betraying a oharacter by 
the manner in which he wore hie head-gear, 
and, doing so, he demonetrated that those 
of a bellicose turn of mind plaoed" their hats 
on one side of th iir bea-Js (tbe soldier for 
instance), in order that the bat might touch 
the most actively developed part of the 
brain— namely, that of combatiTenesa. The 
proud man, too, he continued, would natur- 
ally wear bis hat well on his forehead, rest- 
ing It upon the apex of the parietal bones, 
beneath which lay tbe organ of Belf-BSteem. 
And, oontinued he, the benevolent man, tbe 
person who loves his fellow-creatures, tbe 
being who delights in acts of kindliness, 
wears his bat on tbe back of bis bead in 
order that it may rest on the upper portion 
of the frontal sinus, where is situated the 
organ of benevolence and generosityl When 
ihe audience left tbe ball, two-thirds of them 
had suddenly betaken themselves to wearing 
their bats on the extreme back of the bead. 
Bcaroely a man waa present wbo bad not set 
up for a generous, benevolent, high-minded 
individual on tbe spot. 

The Kansas Metiiod. 

Out in Leavenworth, Kaueas, when minis- 
ters have misunderstandings with the dea- 
cons, tbey don't make so much fuss as in 
this part or the country. They don't call 
them before councils of the church, and in- 
struct them in their duties, aud All tbem 
hard names, and threaten them with ex- 
pulsion from membership. That's the way 
we do here. Oat there, when a deacon dis- 
agrees with the minister, the reverend gen- 
tleman entices him into an alley, and con- 
vinces him of his error. His way of con- 
vincing is to smash tbe deacon's head with 
a hammer. 



If one wishes to pass an boor or two pleas* 
antlyetthe game of billiards, no pleaBsnter 
place can be f onnd In tbe c ty t nan Ohapman & 
TentH's Billiard Parlor, Northeast corner 
Bu*h and Eeatnv streets entrance on Bueb, 
From tbe window a good view can be bad of 
iwj of oar busiest t treats Bash and Kearny. 
Local Option not in foroe; for the best of 
WlneB. L qaora snd CUstp, ue served at tbe 
bar for 13H cents. 6-1 



Joa GrrjBTa'B Bestanrant, at 105 Osllfornla 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
tbe pabli: as a place where nice Ohopp, Port r- 
Boaae BteakB and Oystare la eve. y style could 
be had. A shut time alnoe, Mr. Q last* made 
an addition of a whole floor to his place, so 
that he c ■ uld ftccommodate families. Hi* res- 
tmraLt, is now coastmcted, can well be called 
a family rettaor*L t 6-m 



Oy*ters, 
In strolling round the other algst* 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
unr careless feat, by chance Old stray 
To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen * 
Through which a sweet bemqoet was seen ' 
While mossy atone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the water* softly fell. 
Made that window seem to be ^^^^m 

Some fairy grotto of toe sea. 

Stop," said my friend, "let's go in here . 
It loo&s so nice — and try their cheer. "^ 
"All right," I said, ■ 'I mnet agree 
That this place snita me to a "T,"* 
Mo sooner bad we lonnd a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It true, 
And cooked magmficently, too; 
All kindB of oysters. Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; jrmt think of that, 
And if your month don't water, then 
Tou're different from other men. 
They'd clamsand crabs and terrapins 1 ** 
In fact, ve found tbey bad within 
That cosy place oil kinds of game, 
FlBh, flesh or fowl which we cocld name, 
While every dish was, I am sore, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure, 
Tbe ladle*, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have hertrthe best Ice cream; 
80 here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nice dlnnerfl, N 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bnsh, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain 1 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Bush street, above 
atontgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHABXJES HAAKB. Proprietor. 



4 Medical Experiment, and It* Extra- 
ordinary EfOc's. 

Max Adeler who .b cow engaged on tbe 
Danbnry News, tells tbe following story : 

A recent medical experiment bas excited a 
Considerable amoan: of interest in our vil- 
lage. My neighbor Simpeou was nearly dead 
with consumption, and Dr. Hopkins, at laBt 
in despair, concluded to try the effect of a 
transfusion of blood, of which be bad heard 
so much lately. Aa no human being was 
willing to shed his blood for Simpson, the 
doctor bled 8imp6on's goat, and, opening a 
vein in Simpson's arm, he injected about 
two quarts of the blood into the patient's 
system. Simpson immediately began to re- 
vive; but, singular to relate, ne eoon«r had 
his strength returned tbaa he jumped out of 
bed, and, twitching his head about after tbe 
fashion of a goat, he made a savage attempt 
to butt the doctor. That medical gentle- 
man, after having Simpson's head plunged 
against bis etomsob three or foar times, took 
rafuge ia the cloaet ; whereupon Simpson 
banged hie bead against the panel of tbe 
door a couple of times, and would have 
probably have broken it into splinters had 
not his mother-in-law entered at that mo- 
ment and diverted bis attention. One well- 
directed blow from Simpson's head floored 
her, aod ihen, while she screamed for help, 
Simpson frolicked around over tbo floor, 
makiog assiduous efforts to nibble the green 
flowers in the ingrain carpet. When they 
called the hired man and tied him down on 
the bed, an effort was mads to interview 
bim, bat the only answer be could give to 
such qaest.ons as how he felt and when he 
wanted bis medicine, was a "ba-a-a-a," pre- 
cisely like tbat of a goat; aod then he would 
strain himself in an effort to butt a bole in 
the head-bo. rJ. The toadition of tbe pa- 
tient was so alarming, and Mrs. SimpBon 
was so indignant, tbat Dr. Hopkins deter- 
mined to undo the evil if possible. So he 
fiist bled Simpson freely, and then, by very 
heavily bribing Simpson's Irishman, he 
procured fresh blood from him, and injected 
Simpson tbe Second time. Simpson is now 
aa well as ever, excepting tbat he shocks the 
old Republican friends by displaying an ir- 
resistible tendency to vote the Democratic 
ticket, and makeB his mother-in-law mad by 
speaking with a strong brogue. But he has 
given up butting, and has never indulged in 
it since but once, and that was on Sunday, 
when one of the remaining corpuscles of 
goat's blood getting into his brain just as be 
was going into church, be butted tbe eeiton 
balf-nay up the aisle, and only recovered 
himself Bofhciently to apologize just aa Ihe 
enraged official was about to floor him with 
a hymn book. 

It Didn't Work. 

A. conple of neighbors up-town were so 
enraged against eaoh other that they would 
not speak. Recently one of them was con- 
verted. On Thursday he met his neighbor 
with whom be bad the quarrel. He walked 
up to him, held out his hand, and said: 
"How are you, Bassett ? I've been converted 
and I've become so bumble tbat I'd shake 
hands with a dog." Bassett looked at bim 
steadily for a minute, snd then said: "I 
don't tbiok there's any dog that's fallen 
quite so low as to even give you a paw. If 
I bad a dog and he would condescend even 
to bark at you, I'd give bim a awim with a 
stone around bis neck. Tbat little bnach 
hasn't been healed yet between the neigh- 
bors. 



Return of tlxe Old. Favorite, 

ES XV O O «X- "I" €> XV, 

And First Appearance of the Popular Etblopian Comedian, 

Bin.i_rsr ARLING-TON, 

Who will appear in conjunoiloa with 

MAGUIRE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS 

COTTON and ABLIXfiTOJT OX THE E.VD8. 



I 



DO WOt Suner trom corns. 

The unfortunate aufieren from Oerns, Bun- 
ens, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant 
relief by applying at Dr. E. H. Oowan's Insti- 
tute, 810 Kaaray street, from 1 to 6 p jo. We 
•wil from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tare capability. References eiveu Ureqnired. 



From or oota to a tall upper set, from $6 
to $20. Fuiiog reasonable. By Dr. Cr&welL, D. 
D. 8.. No. SO £earny ttreet, near Market, 2-j 



What C*neer Laundry W a^-ons 

OaJl for and deliver cldtheE In all pert* of the 

city. 



Blankets ana Flannel* 

Well washed and not spoiled, at tbe What 
Oheer Laundry. 



Strawberries : Strawberries 

Tbe Matinee Fruit Store 109 Bneb, la the place 
to obtain your nice, freBb Strawberries, rartles 
patronizing na will bi promptly attended to, 
and oan rest assured tbat their Berries will be 
sent home in good condition, as we have a 
llgbt spring wagon expressly for tbat purpose. 
By leaving your address cur wagon will call for 
orders every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Give na a trial. 1-f 



OVERTTJRB ". 

I'VE NO 3IOTHER 

Its PTJNNY WHEN YOU FEEL THAI 1 WAY 

VIRRIMa ROSKBUD 

(JAUKLK OA<_KLtt ""■ 

SHK'B WAITINQ FOB US THERE 



OROHEBTRA 

<3. W.HAKLKY1 

ftltN OOTTOSi 

W. F- MAKER 

..BILLY ARLINGTON! 
J. G. RUSSELL 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, ore directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Bterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. Tbe largest 
Posters, In Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Bterett 
beeps constantly on band a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and tbe prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain wnite paper. Streamers of various sines, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, in stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by be 
present proprietor in tS&O, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-cJ 



Til© Verdict. 

Half of tbe bet t-dreBsed geotl'msa In this 
city wonld Bay, If a»ked the question wbe-e 
they had their clothes made, tbat they went to 
Baloan h Btonda, No, 613 Washington street, 
and wonld also advlee yon to go there If you 
wanted a perfect- fitting salt made in the latest 
style, from either imported or domestis goods, 
at tbe lowest price compatible with a good 
garment, 6 m 

Medical Wonder 

Cures rhenaisttem, billions pains, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches and pains; All Drug 

gists keep it. 3-b 

m 

McDowell, S&.OW Card Writer 

Beady made and m a d 1 to order. Boom 10 

108 Market street, cor. Post asd Montgomery u 



What Cneer L.aunary 
Is the bsst Laundry In Ban Francisco 



Wlia-tiCtieer Uaundrv, 
121 Leldeadorfi* street, near Sacramento. * 



Db. Bexbb, Patent Gold Crowns lor oroken 
>r deoayed Teeth, 230 Kearny street. 2>bh 



Music JHatti Charms. 

Pianos tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices aod eatlsfa-t'on guaranteed, by one that 
understands rue busineBe. Also, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Partfep, etc Orders left 
at 761 Market or 5* Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan, *.v* 

a. ple&sant ijocacion. 

rexaons desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
fenual location, should visit tbe Alhambra, 
tnd inspect the una unites of rooms to let there 
rue building is a verr fine one and is well 
LlohtAil and ventilated. 



PERSONAL. 



MRS, M. J. FARRRLL. LADIES' HAIR- 
dresser, late of Dohertr'e Hair Stirs, bas re- 
moved to No. 8H Kfl*-roy street, op stairit, rooms 
IA and 25. All kinds of hair work msde to order. 
f»12-lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booksellers svnd Bfatloavara. 

tL H. Moore. 609 MontgoaiBi-7, near Merchant. 

Batch era. 
Katx. Fred. Bulla 94 to 100. California Mirks* 

Dentists. 

EL P. Pope. f> Montgomarr Street, 
Davis A Case. 22 Montgomery siieet, opposite-, be 
Lick House. 

Bamaa Hair. 
Sampson. A. B. Jt Co., 110 Second strsat. 

W hi teiiers and Paper Banners. 
A. W. Wbetdeo, 122 Geary street. 

Wines Mid Llqaora I Wflolssale.) 
F. * Go- aw Frost. 



Grand Finale THE BLACK BRIGADE 

1KLIJOTM, COTTON A.HB JENTIItE COMPAHY. 
F-AJFtTS* SBCOKTE: 

THE GIRL WITH THE CUR I*. 

Song and Danoe, by the Author, 

FEMALE SUFFER AGE. 

MISS .WOULD-HAUL, ARLINGTON. 



Aleasrs. 'TO'BIjCH: and RIOE. 

"WHO STOLE THE BANJO? 

MR. GEORGE 8. KNIGHT ..IN HIS SPECIALTIES 



OTEKTCBE.,.. OILCHEMTKA 

TO OONOLDDE WIIH 

i;r*sv*rar*g§ 

UNOLE EPH , BILLY SWEATHlfffl 

ADNT 0H1OE CHARI.KS KKA 

YOUNG EPH BILLY WELOHl 

JKFF JOBS RIOK 

LUFF LITTLE MAO 

JIM OOH. T. MURPHY 

IKE S. W. FiARLBY 

MOKE W. P. BaKEBI 

MM , P. LOOMI3 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

viKe>Dixav orrx, nrnvmnu 

JOHN PIPKB PBOPBIETOB 

THItS ELEGANT THEATRB OAN BE RENT, 
•d by tbe night or week. Stars mad tr.Tel- 
inr companies liberally treated wifcb on »i< plication 
to sHMDI MFXB, 

M*na«srand sole rToprfetor 
Or to 5. H. MeCABJS. 
■n2Stf 389 Bash rrtrsst. San Franofaoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

aAOBAHIITO, 

TO RENT, 

BY THE SIGHT, WEEK OK MONTH. FROM 
April 1st. For terms, apply .t tbe The.tr*. 
or by letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, 
Heorameoto. 
S. B.— I bave no.otborrzed Agent .oywb6re. 
mtaM-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAX JOSE, (ALA. 

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND NEWLY REHO- 
v.ted Theatre 18 to be let by tb e Night. Week 
or Month, at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tf G . BROHASKA. Proprietor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL IMiSEUft. 

And College of Medlclae. 

1 fl Cif\( i BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUCT! 
ll/.vl/U i*e objects to be seen. Qpea to th< 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA RAIJ 
«1S HoateomerT street. FOR MEN ONLY-, 

-TDK. Jobz>.ik'b Puxvats Office is at «u 
Gearr street (opposite old Meobanios' PsriUoa). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTFKG 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PBEPABEU for the STAGE. 

PRIVATE THEATRIOAL8 AND AMATEUR 
per form an cos directed, by a la*Jy and sentle- 
man of more tban ordinary exoerienee. For par- 
ticalars spply to lift. J. H. MoOABB, 

Theatrical Agent, No. 888 Bash IS trees. 
delO-it Ban Franoisoo. 



THOB. W. BREE & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 



MAKTJFACTUEKRS 
— SJTI>— 

BEPA1BEBS 



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GO DRUMS, BMJ0S, 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

*-S*rLs«Bons eiTen on the Banjo and Dnun. Ml 
MISSION STREET, between First and Second. 

N B.— Fine-toned BUyer Solo Banjos for Pro 
*»eioT<*is alwan or hand. wa tf 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS K SPECIALTY. 



GEORGE MAYES, 

DEALER IN OY8TBRS, OLAM8 
andaU kinds of bUELL FISH, 
SUils Nos. 40, 41, *»- OaUfornia 
BUrkst, entrance on OahfoniJB street 
■ Public or private parties aod families rappUck 
ironi 6 a.M. to 12 P. **. Ladies' and Oentlem-m't 
Ora*sar Room opafi bom « ul to □ p.at •toXZU 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERIIT0BY. 

OPEN THE FEAR ROUND WITH A FIRST ! 
clsss Variety Company. Variety Artist*, i 
comlcgEaat can at all times secure Firet-Olassi I 
engs«emente. Mnst be artists of scknowledged I 
ability and have good wardrobe. None others need 
apply. Address JAMES MoDANIEL, 

Proprietor, . ) 
Look Box No . 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. jel 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 



THIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS BERK I 
recently refitted and decorated. Firet-oUai 
Dramatic Companies or Dramatic Stare comii 
East will be treated liberally npon appllcatli 
either by telegraph or in person. Address 
commnnioatlons to JAMBS MffDANIBL, 

Proprietor, 
LookBoxNo.!. Obejenn , Wyo. Ter. si 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES.,! 

Sixteenth St., t'infj'-me, Wyoming. 

Proprietor l|| 

Business Manager (■ 

Stage Manager i; 



JAMS W ALLEN.. 
JOHN W. DUNNE... 
HARRY SPRIGGb... 



HASJT8T MKK1V KKFITTRBI 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 
son rfith a arst-olasB Oompany. embracing Harry ; 
Sprfgge. toe great cbsracter aotor; Hurry Lor- ■ 
rdina, mlly Forest. Mr. J. W Danoe. Uias LnOff i 
Hall, Miss Minnie Pavls, Miss Nellie bey-moor. 
Mies Jennie Logan, Frank Holtey, Georpo Toblef 
snd Obarles Miller, aud a tail and efficient or- 
chestra. 

S9~ Lady tslent comiog East can always Bscnxr 
engBgemente by applying toJ.W. ALLJE^. Pro- 
prietor. GuOD SALARIES PAID. 8e'24-3a 



McDANIEL'S theatre 

CUIliME, wioikixe, 

THREE G000 VARIETY WOMEN i 

■sy-Talent going East will find it to tbeir advan- 
tage before lea-ring California to correspond wtafe 

J. UcDASIEL, 
-ojr9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne, Wyoming. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast i 

Either Oaliforniaor Eastern Oysters, 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Stalls 57, 58 snd 59 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine Street.) 
ra%**- 1 amilies and Reetanrants supplied at short I 
notice. delT-lm 



-V 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMS snd all kinds * 
of Sbell Fish, Stall US Omliforai-.il 
Market, San Francisco. »pen Day^ 
and Night, rsmiliee, Pnbl. J and Pri- 
vate Fa.rt.es, Hotels, bhifping and 
Restanraots snpolied. loJ-Lf 



ftPi 



J. C. COMBES. 
TERRAPIN LXJIVCH, 

Cor. sieeond and Tehama streets. 

ir-Terrspm ooaiiantly on Hand. 
£ Oyerere in every stTle. PRIVATB 
•jSOpPER ROOMS FOB PARTIHS, 
dec 31-tf 



MANNING'S OYSTER GROTTO 
Resort of the ileapeotabiliry, 

428 praE ST " b6low KJEABNY * ja ---v 
Manning Pan Roast^s^jgjr 

And CKEOLEE CUFFBF, 
selO-tf A. W. MANNING, lOTsntor.- 

DeHoioas ICE OREAU sad STRAWBEBRIES. 




[ *i 




FWJISKEP ttOH 

■ ~~k%... 

110 <• 980 per Month 

WEST "ehF HOTEL 



IAW IlllQICU. WIOIIID1T. JIIT *, 1X14 



V«l. XIX. 






PUTT'S HEW MUSIC HILL. 
Grandest Show in the World 

royal" MARIONETTES ! 

H Till 

St. JMrs' Hall, ami Crystal Palace. 

r.oivDorsj. 



OAUIORVU THBATR1. 




tJ r^M* 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



BtTT ONE] 



Of to* aTigklf 9—tm f mX tofe^omwtt of 



■ 



TMh tvrnmo 



» I* VTi. 



JOLT H 



THREIB5 
DISTINCT ENTERTAINMENTS. 

Tin Drls rial I hri*tj Minstrels 



TVLI 



E. LIL. A 



111 out of 



TE3M 



3vrn. a*. 



». BTXFUSTESTT. 



a» oo o x» «rl Wock t>r 



MISS 3UE I I>Jl>tf I El -W 



"«'" THIl EVENING- 



Aa 1 Tklrt.v, J .>.j It, fo.HiT.il L».t tllfbla ol 



3V 



3>J. 



JOLT 8 



...or tai. ... 
■nutuiitaii loariiin. 

Mr. JAB. A. HERNE. 

la «M MtotmtW Q»».Aj of 

HANDY ANDY! 

THIS EVEIINO JULY H 

tw MtamM will Mmmw with Um 

M.vi.i-: AND FEIALE MINNTRKLS, 

T.aab..... DAI. MAIIDBVI1.LKI Rom... ..MATT. KII.I.T 



to i^i •» -it. 



THE ITALIAN FANTOCCINI. 

ok r» »««■• Rriurr 

'it to . «M«7: r»r*-t-tt»o«»; 

Taw*- " *'- i ». t»« mi i r o*». Comp i.nd 

Ham, ?**■ oom. *» »*t . Oaia m B* 1 

l CUM*** Ool+afo* —4 Si a poo, Is* Llillpotlaa 



To <•• -lode wit i t • TtXrr riot Kin* ol 

Little Red Riding Hood ! 

TMOIiftJ«*tttl9ira*lilM*il>i (t*fj<V (»••*•.(. or- 

•»•• ffMn IV*< Mt«. kif k tut Coolly W>#4.,«tto4. RiMLr.G* 

• r*)**fT aae'- -g« 'to* ■< *H» *•» frO-W"O0» 

hiii Tr»*i'-.>ree».t ••♦. wit,*, IUqJ ad taorae ot .# 

■— 101 a t 

TWO MATINEES EACH WEEK. 
WHiie*d»y and Saturday, at 2 P. M. 

PRICES OT ADMISSION. 

•>••'«*' **»i*. AftaUa SI •• 

Chlld-M, ftiMrtK ....*• eeato 

r>r*)«r|l* SO (mil 

Br«M IBtvair*. ■altlloifj futor frr»«ii 91 «0 

e»n>ere. rtTf • • • » 

■tattiae*** ... . ...*0 <-^tal» .• all port* of the HstM 

»*"•• ""■«" 

«•*.** mi bo eeeored M too H.IL Boi (» ;o oDon from • A. 

M.olP M .!«» I 1 K. ftf.- MtSQUijri. L'*:ita! Meca.er. 

MCDOJIULT.H. IAE.fc.Sl. A W A OJ„ Propi litora. 




E/'W 



u 




Writ torn * ipr'ioly for MS. sOTBBRa. fay Tt.B RobtsrliCB, author of "CaiV," "DoTId Ooniek," "fcfacol," etc. 



MP. SOTHERN 



COL. JOHN WHITE 

MR DORBIBO* UF.SRT IHWARD 

cai-tair ■ooiTiorri robrrt p.tkmah 

8>RTII l»,»riUJ J. P. BURRCTT 

JOHN f i raj 1\ H. MA -1 HAWS 

HISS BELLA PATEMAN 



IRTRRLr/DR. 



.Moral. R.llr 



TERRCNCE'S RETURN. 

HIM Alia. R»~ ».< M Mart*. 

CHOICt lUtCIIOfil H. R. AlCNEt 

***** wat. l>*«... Seal. Robl.M. 

•""« Mural. »1 ClaU» 

O.Ttot. _ " 

Aft.r which U* Oomlo Diidi ID 3 Act. of 



MRS. PIROBBIOK 

hsba ruoRnUAVOu... 

1RRIS0W 



MISS MINKIR WALTOH 

MISS JRKK1R l.KR 



tUOAI EYRNISa, '»17 101b, 



OO.. fill WwBlO.tOO .tlHI, 



m 



M »A¥ID @Ai 

ra .11 „.....A.l\ri3 

DUNDREARY MARRIED and SETTLED 



SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY II, 1814, 

"HOME" MATfNEE! 

MB. SOTHERN as COL. JOHN WHITE 



•7- Tbo HTfilNWAY PIANO Died on this ocoaltrm Is ktodlr loen-d fa* M OB&T. 



HANDY ANDY Mr. JAHCI A. ItrSNK 

Sqiiro Kt««i.. J. W. ttoaKnora Mr. Morpbr kd Ma'n? 

t) ,\ [.••no • . IJ.Moo Mr. Karl.of .0*1. M«O0»rul« 

Kdv'd O'.'idoot II. R. Ambor hiann T, Broo 

*n-jif« O'Drtd* lonn Wmdud 

.•■i» VH MOUNlf MIm JRNN1B JUHK-un 

Wftd n>nor.. M •>•>«■ I * Vinlri Pooor D»»ioo...Loo» Prootot 

FLABS OF ALL NATIONS Mill AUCI I0U 

MISTAKEN 1DEMT1TY. 

. Broo Aod BtrtOB 



Koiir . 

ItNIATtON CHAR*CiER 50HB- I«U MANMVliLE 

Noiir an. D«aee •■•!• Kobinaoa 

Bmllud ..(.■1-e lonrri 

To oondtidB vltb the Boning Bkotcb ot 

ENGAGEMENTS ! 

Tonmi AortoD 

Ufttl K.llj 

otbrr obarootora bj Ooinptof. 

IN HIIIEAH"*!., 

DOMBET AND SON 






"THE VILLA," 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbo BoltdlBf hi*l3« Jiit btxa comtrUtod. ti 
r- • Lhro-TBOoamo -a# pawto. Tot botuo to olO- 

%.l araliDil «,oJ boi 

i'onr Public Parlors* 

— ^Mo- 
Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

tb« •bolo botoi boil'. Qot iik* » pabllo bote! 

bOl Ofl It if ROKlOd 

An Elegant Villa. 

Tfco VUU" to ir.c*t«d ot tbo loot or oortb-won- 
orn roto of tbo Pork. 

Eplcorooa BrombfooW. Dloo«n ond loppon 
■rropoiod oo Uioioortoot ooUoo. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRIETOR. lt-U 



FREE AND KA.HY 

....at in*.,.. 

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 



WO. m*9 IACRAMKXTA ITBEIT, 

(Known m tbt (JHIOAOO BKKR DKfOT,) 
Ktery 9*tmr*X».y EtpiiIiik at II o'clock. 

tUTIZENS IN UEKRKAI., aND ALL AUB 
' tralLuu ood M«W ?.*»l»n tirt oro iDvlUd tc 
»tt«nd. oad >r* o*oar*d of o b**rtr weloo no »nd 
■oodeboor. A oopiul HOT LUNUU Ber*-d -»orj 
dor io tbo wook. QUO. B. AUSTIS, 

**t-*I Proonotof. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P. BBBOB8. FORMERLV 
Drqpriotor o( tae MIdom' Res- 
•W*S^PM f l <«o tbo mooosouiant 
Of t»tb_tbo Minor.' lUw«r»ut on 

* Mi Qitro' 

-, Oar Billoo* PorO 

-oMMt-aCtie iconoa. Oar 

1 Von, Oood OoolrW %a<* HodOMio 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAS. L STOXE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Botwooo 0*h fornio osd Pioo. 
Tbio oloront rooor*. boo )»Ulj been ooUraod. ox i 
DOW cootoino I now BotoI Ubles. Tbo best Llqaoi I 
ond Oirora ot tbo Bar. Fire largo tinalj fornlobot 
roomi, lor clab* ood prirat* portloo on tholr OWI 
lorn a oad roloo. jo7-3m 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!" SURGING BREAKERS 
FOMIING SURF, HORSTER SEA LlORS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE I 

BRING VOIIK K AMIIiYl 
■ RING VOIR 1AIIT FRIENDS 
AA(1 *aJo»» Ti-w ot th. flireBt OOEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN l ur. r, ukld, .11 m ucbt ol 
th. norld-reoo . D.d 

Golden Gate. 

With . flMt of wh le.wi&Ked n»M.i)C.ra enUrlDl 
from ».or7 put of tbo ooiomeiciiu world. 

MP*r7.w Lis. Basel, oonD.otiDK with biT.at 
Out .1 Lob. ftloaoi.in .T.ry 1* mloat«a b.r.Afttr 
for tbe CHIT Hooto Jyl-tf 



Grand Duke Alexis 




THE DEPOT OF THE GRAND DUKE AL- 
oxlo TlOi, -ootuh Ooogrena Ga'f-ra ind Prinoh 
TIB* lor Omt* acd Boys, is ot P. Kellj'o. tbo 
Pru i Bootmaker. vJaiaojltoi >.■ 

4« Cuot* o or too ob3TO cooda now in store, and 
will bo sold at Eostorn prleoo. * 

PtrTtOB* rosidinfc in tbn conn try deairono of ob- 
taiciiK o»rl«ot Siting Boots ODd Mioee, caa aenfl 
for P. Kelb'o Oironlor.ooDtoinirjR his now tnotbod 
of Belf'tnenenremontond Hit of oaatom prioos. 

At*- -A^SL .Ej I ■ -A-j Y, 
Prize Bootmaker. 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, Moutgntrery and Kearny. 



To the Unfortunate* 

BR. OIHIION'l DIIFIMABT. 

NO. «*3 Kit ABNY STREET, OOB> 
nor of Oommoroiol, Son Franolnoo 
Knl roooo on Oommoroiol etroet. Kotob- 
llsbod in 1864, for tbo treatment and 
onre Of all dlooooeo of tbe nrlnorr and 

generative organs, ODd all pbssloal ood- 

or weakxeBB oooieqnent npon t lie error* 

or ignoronoe of tbo aexei. Skin disease {of jean' 
sUndiDg) a'.d ulcerated lege onooesafullv treated. 
Tbe iiokand tbeaffiiotcd abonld Dot fail to oall 
npon him. Tbo Doctor boo trare>ed eitenetrelj 
In Ed rope, and Inapeoted tborongblr tbo rorioni 
boBpitalo tbere, obtaining a great deal of vainoblo 
information, wbiob be ia competent to import to 
those in need of bis sorTioeo. Dr. Olbbon will 
make no cbtrge onleoB be effeota a oaro. Addreas 
DR. J. F. GtBBOrt, Box 1S57. ban FronoiBOO. 
bbKWH 



TO THE LOVERS of SONG 

AND 80HAL F1IJOTJIKNT. 

Hiring made BiihabU olterotlona for ooDduoting 
a Orst-fllasB FRK.B AND EAStV at tbe 




•^.fSfSWwRfRA'NT. 

•SI .of. *«M.Ooma*fol.! l-" 



« ■PMbpu. f c i* 1 

- «•» AUrtAA.btH.. 

Upon rott 5 AM. to i ' r.v. .e'Jfi-tf 



»T 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

" Haifdressing Establishment. 

- 636b.^^*p"K t gfif 

RKDUUKD. -IHMiB. '2.'. oeoto. 

°i^ V -'-»'^aiV , « t ii Ua '^ ° D i: lifiATH 
lo*, acototo, ano-KpooiDg, ts 'j^^F-'— 
anta. Meditated Batha. JOI1S QKKIF. 

BftJ-tf 




MAHJl^ McCann 

PHttllCAt HATTER 

*,V».. MlWrHlMI 

*Wa Maikat ud Mlulo* iliw. 

I Bi.VR^USTBITTlRIItDI'ROMTBEEAIt 
A with .a .ntir. n.w itodb ol obolo.it b.l. 
Wo. to orA.f In th. It.w Kut.ro et,l«. 



S. W. DENNI3, , 

Dentist, 

HAS .TU8T REnjRWBD FtOM 
too l"*.i. unrt r.pnoj"d tb. p^^otlo. 
Of bit pr.fe.Dioo. at bu former offloe, 



»S SIARIT •TSIET, 

s« PSAKtrntco. 



m,7-tf 






1 



R. KIENDEZ, 

No. 1 9..- Ceary street 

H.E3I> XsIOiXT. 

I'KKk ANU KASYito 

»*tord«r .T.nlpH »t 8 o'oiook. 
L-^' Via., ood Llyuore. Tb. 
U.J .^pori." will ti.u. bt. o. 
bAod to m.flt hi, frloods. 

lull 




319 BUSH STREET, 

A1HABBB1 HOUSE, r. n 

"•llUia IIOUSK. BKINO OEtfTRALLY ^^ 
I loo.t.'d, oo.r .11 to. pdn. Ip.l Bot.ll. OfSf . 
RHUtnot. aod pl.o.i o( A.iniemeDt, flBl 
BtmojMlu owl fiod itaoil, oomfortiiljlt', ple«- m^** 



DR. O. O. O'DOIfNKLL, OfBo. .td R.aldaoo 
_|la Kaarar. oaar Ja«kaoa. apaUfra. Grwt- 
outof D.rtiMp.QOw)lata. aad lata Bari.oo lb 
lo. n. s.Arnj. Traati offloa patl.ota for. fa. 
of St 1 VlalU.Sl lOt M.diOlo.1 foto; Obatatr|o»l 



FOR SALE. 

A NEV? 7H OCTAVE 

PIANO 



WILL BE 

HOLD at a MARGAIN, 

On AooOD t of d.partnra from tbo Btata, 
OaJl, or Addra.a 

'FIGABO" OFFICE, 

sea 3vxoi-oi3t«.MLt st. 

maia-if 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lecturetj, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOT? BATES. BT 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 
DR. WILLIAM S. DAVIS & G A. CASE, 

DBHTTIBTai 



QHARING 



eoe mission 



4* 



SALOON, 



NEAR SECOND. 



Wo Intond mooing it «o of yore— SooiabUity at- 
wareonr motto, PoluoDOwS bdu Fair Dealiof onr 
rnle. Graod opcDinn Hatnrdar Alar 30to. 1874. Froo 
ood B»or erery Batarday darinR the Bea*oa. Oor 
old patrons aod tbe pnbllo to goeoral are oordioliv 
InFit-d. Cboir tik»>n by oor old Uboirmon MR. 
F. PHILLIP ,3 at 8'olook iborp. 

KAOA.ES *9e WILD. 



California Ahead of the World 

IN 

WOOLEL GOODS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS IN RECEIPT Of 
BlBoketo, Flannels, Hor so-Blanketing, etc 
direct from tbo Mllte, and will sell In lota to snlt 
Dp pot, ©a Now Montgomery a treat: 

CrEO. If. HAIN, Agent. 



as Uootiromery Streett 

Opp. Liok Honse. 
Dentistry in oil Ito braaohoa/ltt rooaonable ratep. 
mb30-3m 




toonhfng bogtnnoro. 



CI.AT-BTKEBT 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

90S Clill Ntrtct.CO* 
Mtockton. 

Tbiiii tbo rn/*t elegant 
end coinmndionB RjdlrK 
Aoademy irj lbs oity; o:'po 
day ond ercninfl. Pai tm- 
Dior attention paid to 
i»27-fim 



A. MARSHALL, PrOpriotor. 



^SKT 



MTJSIO TAUGrUT. 

INSTRUCTION OK tBE PIANO. 
Gniur, Aooordooo, Water and Ol ... 
Paintiog at priotB to ana olToamotance.. SOTS 
LoarooworUi, botwooa Goary and fTFarrr-S Mo., 
tbrongb oo orob, Brot bonio; pnpilo withini in 



COal l Coal ■ 

BERRYMAN A DOYLE, 
COAL DEALERS. 

Offfee. ! 'Whole. Ale. Balfcb.ud. 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

' Wharves. 
Retail, 4 1 3 and 4 1 6 Pacific St., 

JMt.a laaiaM ' .1' B - -'. -.1 All 

Abovo Saoaomo. 
at Man larwl .!!»■ waatt__ 

SOLE AGltKTa FOR 

.\KWPIIUT COOS D^T fOAL CO..' 

And Dealers In all Descriptions of 

Foreiffn aad Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

ap!S P. O. Bl>£ !««». 



$300,000 00 

TO XjOAIST! 



JOHN T. LITTLE, 

VSO MonlB -nifry Street* 

mj»-tt 



MILITARY GOODS 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAl 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. IS Houtrora^ry Avtnne, S. F. 
hMM T. Rnnotctts .lOHNfON 



a mo atuu, uinii uuui», uvwitm wiwiyi ■" 

atrnmootooaji prootloo hero; loaoooa otrealdenoe 



: l 



FUED. KA.TZ, 

BEEF 4KDPOKKV 

BUTCHER, 

BtatlH B* to 100 OalA Mar.at. 
MP- Tb a moat popular Pamllr atatod la tbe oltr. 



Oray's Music Stores, 

ea3, 635 CLAY STREET. 

fN ORDER TO AfO^MODA I R THE PUBLIC 
1 nod the mask-al profesnon. ORaY'S HU8I0 

More" »iM Ix-real'er oIobo at 8 P. fll. icBtead of 8 
P. M o*f rm-ri«. tnal9-lm 



CANDIES! CANDIESI 
xtrx. a. mejrcbh 

MidqI.m tnre* erory dooerlptton of 

CAlflllE*. WTioleowIe uad KetulL 

SIS K oro' St.. Drtween Bicrruaonto and OaLL. 

forrjla and 1*1 Beoond »troet. between 

Miona ind Natnma nol-ln 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 



TteOMPSIONAL^Y KHOWN Ah "LITTLB 
."-nllTNIB.'-Tblt joTonyU a -■«, .with tbo 
Loodon Mar nomnany. last board of in tbe Part 
indier, to Implored to wnio to kor motbor lo Man 
Ftoooiooo. Oaln'oroi*. Tooo'rlcaJ JoornoaaorB ro- 
QBoaUd to make a ooU of tbio. )al2-tl 



•' JF*XC S- >%-^ t. O ." 

THE JOIIB KAX OF AMO SgKBHTS. 

PnbU.n.d .tot UiiaH" ▼•" "» 

I». BOGI-.A-HD'O'S 

i aaa >■>,.»•.• «.d «** wuimiw at. 

B*low MonUonm. 8M FrsneleoA 



: 

WEDSESDAI JULY'S, 1871 



Arc In San Ptwelie* 

BHoaond.r Ailflourietite in Eao FraocU- 
00. It is north the while of any artKt 



i 

... 



come here to tare hie paintings cr.ticiied 
by Ihe Morning Call. Ttat taper bad yes- 
terday a description cf tbe new aliar piece 
of St. Fr.ncio' Cbutcb. It informs its 
reiders that it is painttd by Mr. Joseph 
Harriugtoo, and tb»t it took oxer ten weeks 
to paint it. The sot jeet of tbe picture is 
Christ on the cross. The Call noteB a gT( a' 
improTemmt on tbe old masters in this pic- 
ture. Iteajs: Qa V 

The feet o! Cbrist are nailed -eetaritely. 
tbmaToidlng ihe cootertion of the limbs 
noti««tle in some other painiing oa the 
line sabjec, where a single spike is driven 
ttroogb both fett 

We are not :old whether or not Sir. Jos- 
eph Harrington las copyrighted or patented 
this improvement on the croc diiod. It 
certainly most be «n imp-ovement. As tbe 
Call seems to eoggest, nailngeach foot sep- 
arately is mora workmanlike, and muetlook 
if it really is not, more comfoitable. It i: 
thess little atfcnticns to detail that prove 
the true artiet, and tbe accomplished con- 
noisseur. 

Obtained Her Blgbte. 

Bnaan B. Anthony recently got one lick 
aVad on Jndge Hnnt, of Csnandaigna, H. 
Y.. Oonrt, who refased to let the jnry that 
tried her for illegally voting to render a ver- 
dict, claiming that it was only a question of 
law before the Court, and tbe jury bad 
nothing to do with that. She carried ber 
case up to tte law-makers, the House of 
Representatives, and tbe Judiciary Commit- 
tee bave made a reportrepudiatiog without 
exception the arbitrary action of Jndge 
Hnnt, end deoiding that Ihe jury shanld 
have been allowed to return a verdiet The 
Commitee, in order to vindicate the right 
of trial by jury, recommended that the fine 
of tbe petitioner be remitted. 

A Scotch Celestial. 

A correspondent in New Zealand tells the 
following story in illustration of the su- 
premacy of tbe Scottish race in Otago. Pro- 
posals were tbe other day invited for some 
public work to be executed there-. One 
Hacpberson was successful. Mr. Hacpber- 
bou was accordingly invited to attend to 
oompletehis contract. To the amszement 
of all the official?, a Chinaman, with a noble 
pig tail, put in an appearance. "Where's 
Mr. Kacpbereou ?" asked the clerk. "Me !" 
replied John. "How cime you to be called 
Maephereoo ?" "Ob, nobody get nothing in 
O ago if he be not a Mac," replied tbe una- 
bashed Celestial. 



.HI 



.c*am 



Quite Chop.F*Uen. 

Tbe Open Letter Bays : 

What has taken bold of the Chronicle? 
It is as ram by pamby and w. ak as i three- 
weeks calf. All the papers are pitching into 
it and letting fly a; it, yet it never so much 
as gives an aosweriag hi* at. 

No one has taken bold of it, on the con- 
trary, everyone ie letting go of it. The 
Chronicle is discouraged. Let '<* diBcacn^a 
it some more. 



The Pioneers. 

The Pioneers held their annual election 
of officers yeBterday, and had a grand bin- 
qnet. James Lick -was elected President. 
In the evening tb a newly-elected President 
was, serenaded and cheered. The day's eel- 
ebrstion wound np with a serenade to cer- 
tain of the newspaper*. Pioaeo acknowl- 
edges and appreciates the compliment paid, 



oo 



At tbe Art Gallery. 

"Who is that a statue of?" asked a lady of 
her hnebaod, pointing to an Apollo. 

"Tbe Apollo BelTtdexe." 

"Law I bow affectionate you axe, my love. 
And cow, darling, who was Apollo Belvey?" 

An explanation on pronunciation fol- 
lowed, which we did not stay to hear. 



Young: a.a rrom the last 
' I'm a rtrauger in this city, 
I'm lately from the East, 
Arid mighty fond of oysters ; 
Where can I ret a feast T 
I've been to all tbe restaurant!. 
But nowhere could t find, 
A plate of Eastern oyetere, 
Of the old-fashioned kind.", 

*;W«Q, I can tell yon," said his friend ,; 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to pet your oysters. 

Direct from where they now. 

Just rake % stroll down PISE STREET , 
At 419. opposite the Market. 
Ton'll tee a sign, 'THE SADDLE BOOS, 
Ton can't tail to remark it, 

" Emerson Corvllle keeps the place. 
The beat saloon In town. 
There you can get yonr oysters raw, 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's the l*rgeet oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Co** t. 
And that he aeepe the freshest 
Baa ever been hU boast 

" He's cot nloe little private rooms. 
Where yon can alt as ease. 
And eat your C.Uomia Stew, 
Or Eastern If yon please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
talftbt to the SADDLE BOOK, 
T: tU*lr EASTERN 0Y8TEB8 

An- *rlnk their Rhenish bock." 



Jjr, Aborn. 

OcnlUt, Aajlfct, Catarrh, throat and long 
physfciao.m Geary**., abore Stockton. Omee 

i B : - m. to s r. m., 6 to T r. m. %* 



TSew rurnlso inir Goodi, 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



AXOTREB CALIFORNIA HUMORIST. 

No eooner does Galiforois hatch out a 
humoriit than be flies ofl to the East, or io 
Europe. We have scarcely a hnmoriat left 
cow. We hive one. We do not refer to tbe 
Brevity man cf tbe Alt i, or the editor of 
tbe Jolly Giant, they are simply idiots. The 
comic genius to whom we tare reference is 
tbe regular Ban Joee ccrrerpondent of the 
<kll. He wonod up bis letter which ap- 
peared in yesterday's Call with a sentence 
which for keen, wi», gtnial humor, and cat- 
ting sarcsem, can scarcely be eurpaBSsd* 
He announced ttat a dramatic entertain- 
ment was to take place this evening, and ft 
w.s to be called "The Louisiana Belief 
Benefit.** There is a gcoi deal of fun in 
this, but just wait a little till we come to 
the cream of the Joke. "Tbe Oc oroon" is 
to be performed in 8an Jose to-night for tbe 
benefit (be, fca, ha) of the sufferers by tbe 
late floods io Louisism. Fancy a benefit in 
Sao Jcse! A benefit for anything else buta 
church, or a minis U r. The idea ie too ricb. 
We will keep our readers in suspense no 
longer. Here ie the joke which we assert 
will rank with M-.rk Twain'B best: 

Mayor Murphy has consented to take 
charge of tbe foods and forward them to 
their proper destination. 

Fancy the responsibility the Mayor of Sao 
Jose has assumed 1 We -bare a clairrcyant 
vision of tbe worthy Mayor at 11 o'clock to- 
night, aiUr the performance is over, sealing 
up five three cent poBtage stamps in an en- 
velope, and forwardiDg tbe precious pack- 
age to tbe Louisiana Belief Commissioners. 
If a larger amount than this be realised in 
conseqnence of people from Ban Francisco 
going up to San Jose to push tbe thing 
through, due acknowledgement of the fact 
will appear io Figabo. As tbe matter stands 
at present it appears to us a huge joke. 

^ — ■ 

Love Put to Flight. 

A few days agoayoungconple in this city, 
says the Wheeling (W. Va.) Intelligencer, 
were "sighing for the knot there's no unty- 
ing I" They had known each other long, 
and thought they knew each other well. 

One evening the gallant called upon his 
future bride. He had passed the previous 
night with a pary of bachelor friends, and 
didn't go "home till morning." As a con- 
sequence, not even the bright eyes of his 
dnlcinea could drive sleep from his eyelids.' 
He reclined upon the sofa, and suddenly 
dropped into the land of dreams. Heavy 
breathing was followed by a slight en-re, 
which developed into a snort which caused 
the house to tremble. There was as little 
variation in. the nasal music as in the puf- 
fing of a high pressure steamer. 

The young lady began to think of the f u_ 
tnre— then wept She shook her sleeping 
lover, but he snored with renewed rigor. 
At last she was furious, and seizing his hair 
gave ft a jerk that brought him to his feet. 
He stammered : 

"Wbafs the matter, my " 

; 'Matter enough," she replied. "I shall 
die an old maid before I marry a man lhat 
snores. Good-night !" 

She left the parlor— he the house. Tbe 
young lady could not keep the secret, and 
the reason wby the match was broken off is 
now generally known among their circle of 
riendB. 

Sprlne Style flats. 

Light, bexotltoily finished and graceful in 
rhspe, the new Sprtcp etyle of Hate manufac- 
tured ai "The" Hat Stare, 6*7 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny street), 
la juet the thing to make a man look a hundred 
per cent, better. Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
Oo to **TueHat Store" for a new one. Price* 
reduced. 8-r 



Great Barffatns In Olothlnf. 

The only store la the city that dm the largest 
cheapest and fineetassortmeat of Men'aend Bon 
Clothing, ie H, Peyi'r'a Montgomery Avtnne 
Clothing Store. 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington and Jackson. Also, a lore* assort- 
ment of Mei'i and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, 
and tbe finest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goode, 
Trunk*. Valises, eta. 2_i 



Imperial SXlllr Punch. 

The beat of beverages. Try It, Made and 
sold enry by AtaL. Waagsman, at his eympo- 
alac of flue Vines, Liqoor- and Began, corner 
of Leldesdorff and Halleck streets. Superb Hot 
Loxoh from 11 to X N. B.— Stock reports 
telegraphed directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 2x 



Free and JB ovary. 

A Vocal and Instrumental Concert will be 
given every Wednesday and Saturday evening, 
at 683 Market street, opposite Kearny. The beat 
of talent will oe present. Everybody la ii>vlted 
to attend and will receive good cheer and cor. 
dial treatment, « P 



Madame Clara Autonla, de Paris, Business 
and Medical Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134 J* Post atreet, near Du- 

pont. Correct diagnosis and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations la 
French, German and English. 6 O 



How X Mado 8ao, 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J. A Bhaber & Co., 707 Market B.ieet, two doors 
from Third. They sell Furniture 30 per cent, 
cheaper than any other dealers. I tried them 
aQ. 13-i 



Dental Work. 

Fob jtkxbt Quaxxrr or wosts, wo to T. c. Jeav 
nrp, (VojJJtt, cor. Emtter and Moatgomery, oret 



Ma. L JaiaUrwiTB, So. 310 Kearny atrset, 
Sew and Second -Hand Olothicg. of all descrip- 
tions, b ought and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
orday until t P . M . Jl 



Thaor n axd an Ttrrwax abb Oau ax 
tbe Opera Bouse Bar, adjoining the 
Bouce, Fin* Wines, Liqooas and OlgaV. 2 



Too Fqbdj-, 

A foreign correspondent to the Lonisville 
Courier Journal relates the following anec- 
dote, told him by an Englishman: He said 
he bad assisted once at a m&rriage in Eng" 
land, and that, while tbe bridal tarty were 
kneeling around the cbancal, a mischievous 
groomsman poted tbe groom in the ribs 
and caused the poor fellow to laugh aloud 
The bride followed suit, the bridesmaids 
ditto, and the clergyman rose up in his 
wrath and said that be would not marry 
snch sn Impious couple. Indignantly be re 
tired from tbe cbnrcb, and do one conld 
persuade him to return. The moment? 
were fleeting, and 12 o'clock came with the 
knotontied. No marriage can take place 
in England after that tour, eo there was 
nothing left ftr tbe bridal party to do. but to 
return home and wait another day, wh?n 
they could appear soberly and reverently to 
take their vows. 



Ie Lack. 

An exchange remarks : 

Olive Logan, in an article on "The Voice 
as a Source of Income," in the Galaxy for 
JoJy, sayB : 

"I have, it is true, received as mnch as 
eight handred dollars for a single lecture.'' 

It is well to koow this ftom Olive herself, 
as few, if any, who bave listened to her plat- 
form pa'chwork weald have ever dreamed 
that a lecture committee or any one else 
would hare been guilty of paying one-twen- 
tieth of that sum for it. 



Strong Testimony. 

''What do you koow of the character of 
this man?" was asked of a witness at a po- 
lice court the other day. "What do I know 
of his character? I know it to be unreach- 
able, your honor," be replied, with much 
emphasis. 



OUR BROADWAY. 

ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 

[From Ou Aw Francisco Bulletin, Saturday, April 
4A, 1674.] 

During the lart few years the great march of 
improvement h&i centered on Market Street. Tbe 
Grand Hotel, the elegant building constituting 
tbe "Xacleas." Bancroft's magnificent atrocture, 
and misj others ia the Immediate vicinity, fcaTe 
giren a marvelons impatae l o the growta and 
prosperity of that part of tn* Hy. 

The Palace Hotel, wtb maty other projected 
improTem-cts, all point vith unerring certainty 
where the great tide of trade will hereafter flew. 
Wnmeroufl wholesalers and a large number ol re- 
tail merchants naTsseleoted Market street aa the 
basis of their trade, believing it to be the main 
artery of San Franoiaoo. To obtain a goad front- 
age on this thoroughfare seems now impossible, as 
nesrly every store, whether modem or old fash- 
ioned, has a rush of applicants. Mr. P. Beamish 
having thoroaghlr etudied this question of loca- 
tion, some fears ago secured one of the elagsnt 
shares uadar the Nucleus, and be has reoentlj 
ranted the one ad jo dog, thereby giving his prem- 
ises a frostage of 33 feet on Market street by lfi 
feet on Third, or, ws might state, almost tbe 
tire ground floor of the Nueietu Hotel. We had 
the pleasure yaslerdai of examining his varied 
and extensive stock, coneieting of tbe most com- 
plete and well selected line of gentlemen's Pur. 
nlshing Goods to be fouad in this market. We 
also examined a very larga and One assortment of 
Clothing, bath of foreign and domeatfo material, 
embracing every fashion and e t;le suitable for tbe 
present season. 

Mr. Beamish has never oarried an inferior line 
of goods sinoe he hag D*en io business, and hi. 
success as a merchant it owing entirely to the fact 
that he treats his customers fairly; consequently 
they renew their patronage. In soma of our 
atores. a buyer of clothing or underwear receives 
tbe same treatment at the hands of a certain class 
of shopkeepers, as uneoehiiticated countrymen 
daily experience on Chatham etreet, New York. 
This mode of fleecing the public by guaranteeing 
domestic goods for genuine Scorch tweeds or 
west England cloth?, has aronBed the just indlg- 
natien of our honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish is foremost io the ranks to lead 
pablic opinion, and has ever made it his study to 
carry out bis representations. Bo strictly is every- 
thing conducted in bis establishment, that the 
merest novice can implicitly rely upon reeeiving a 
jnst return for his expenditure. No second price 
is taken on porcnasee, which Indicate a high 
sense of business honor. His entire stock, from 
the fioe-.t beaver or oassimere to a handkerchief or 
a package of hose, is sold at a fair living price ; 
and an offer noder that rate ie respectfully but 
emphatically declined. This one price system is 
the only standard of commercial honor. We 
know such ethics rarely find acceptance, with a 
certain class of business men In San Franeieoo and 
other large cities, but still they that strictly ad- 
here to them invariably succeed, while tbe others 
enjoy bnt a modiolum of patronage. We believe 
that the mercantile classes of this oountry will 
soon be aroused to the aeossaity of uniformity of 
prices, and admit the correctneta of the doctrine 
merely aa a buaine ss ex psd lency.if not prompted by 
a higher motive. It waa not our Intention when 
we commecced to write tbi. article to assume the 
attitude of a moralist, bnt we think a word in sea- 
son may eperete beneficially on Quite anumberof 
our abopkeeperesvnd raise their notions of correct 
dfallig to a higher standard. We would, there- 
fore, cheerfully recommend all onr friends and 
readers to call upon Mr. Beemieb. and inspect bis 
fine and matchless stock of Furnishing Goods and 
Olothicg, end we feel persnsded that the correct- 
ness of onr adriee will be fully indorsed by their 
experience. 



«"aeri!n«Beturne<lLn One X>a>* 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. No Chinamen employed. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan 
Society, 

■ e>. Sl« CALIFORNIA STKEET. 

Guarantee C^pital,7$300.000 

TUB DI R.ECT OR S OF THE ABOVE SOOTBTT 
hav* declared a d.vidsnd of nine as 4 *lx- 
MnthiiS 6-10) p*r cent, per annum on Term D=- 
peti'.s. and *itbt (8) percent, p*r annum on Ordi- 
nafT Devoelu. for tae term eediar J ate 39,1874; 
free from Federal tax, sod to able on and after 
Jul- G. 1674. By nrd-r. 
jj£-lm. D. B. oaiSHOLH, Secretary. 



TO LET. 
PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 

CoraeroflRew Moral aromery and 
Mlni«n »trc«te, 

BY THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASONABLE BATES, FOB 

Concerts, Lectures or Mass 

_ MAfltinga 



This Munificent BaUding hH StatlBc 
medatioo (or 

3,000 PERSONS. 

And la so oonatruoted that every person in tbe 
Auditorium can see and near. 

For particulars apply to 

sHEElDAX COSBTN <fe GO , 

000 Montgomery Street, 
je23 Boom 9. 



LEAGUE (^FREEDOM 

THttaoeiKTT WAS OBOAIVIZED LAST 
Tuesday June 16th, b> delegates of the 
"Grocers' Union TiaJea Union" a-d "Personal 
Liberty League." The objeotof tno organization 
ie mutual protection against any infringement 
no on personal rights. Its principal object now ie 
to work against Local Option. At a meeting held 
last evening tbe Lesgua of Fresdom adopted a 
Oode of Laws. To-day proper agents will caavasi 
the city ior members— ther are empowered to col- 
lect oue dollar initiation fee and issue Cert iSoates 
of Membership. Oertifloates of Membership may 
also beobtainedat the office cf the League, No. 
622 Clay street. Room 9, from S a. k. to i p m. 
By order of Committee. 

JULIUS BCHLERT. Beorttary. 
je2»-3t 



CENTRE MARKET, 

Sutter and Dupont Streets. 

THIS MARKET WILL OPEN 

for business 
THURSDAY, July 9th, 1874, 

And will be IUumiaated Thurs- 
day, Friday and Saturday Even- 
ings. The Public are respectfully 
invited to inspect it. » 7 - 3t 




MR. S. H- MARSH, WHO H48 BBEN EK- 
gaged lor many years giving alusical Instruc- 
tion on the Pianoforte, Ham and Singing, in tbe 
most di'tirgoi'hcd families of Europe, India, 
Australia and Japan, begs to announce his inten- 
tion of race- vi og a limited number of papilB dur- 
ing his r?8)d*nce in &aa Franoiseo. H&viag etod- 
ied the Pianoforte under Riee (the favorite pupil 
of r>s*tboveo), John Qramer and Kalhbrenner; 
the Hiro under Bochsa, and b'iogisg with Ferrari 
a?d T. Welsh; be bae had tbe honor of prodoctng 
a greater number of brilliant and accomplished 
pupil i than falls to the lot of moit Master*. Ar- 
rangement* sb to terms, etc , ca> be made bf l»t- 
ters addressed to the care of ELLIS READ, ESQ.. 
304 California Btrfet, or atGray's Musio btom. on 
Olay street, can Francisco. j 6-lm 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 
XI.. ZstXE3AXX)ESS 

HAS REMOVED FROM THE "RED LION" 
Saloon, No. lOGtary atreet, to tbe "Scotia" 

Saloon, * 

No. 0«3 Saerx.ie.eat0 Street. 

Which will hereafter be better known as the 

•*Lion and Unicorn 1" 

The "Old Sport" will always be on raad to re- 
ceive his former patrons and lriendt, and serve 
tbe best brscdB of Wines and L qnors. Also ex- 
hibit a &ie collection of SDortintc Pio tares. 

•0T- FREE AXD KASY everv Wednesday "d 
Saturday Night. Ohair will be taken at 8 o'clectL 

i»7-tf 



RECREATION, 



GaV3*«axxc3l Success 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union! 

68S California Street. Corner of Webb, 

FOR THB HALF TEAR KHDIIBG WITH 
JuneK). I£74 « . ividend bas oeeo declared at 
the rats of nine <9> pur cent o«r annum on Term 
Deoocits end Bev ai , and one-talf (7^1 per oe&t on 
Ordinary Depofif. fr*e of Fedsial tax, payable 

on and aft«r Jnlj H, )8T4. 

By order, LOVELL WHITE, 
j fi.im. Oashier. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 



German Savings & Loan Society, 



THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFTHKGER- 
man Savings and Loan Society have declared 
the dividend for tbe first balf-year 1S74 ending this 
date, at the ja*-e of sight and two-Qftis peroent. 
(82 8 perosai.) p*r aunuoton Term Depon'-s-nd 
seven per cent. (1 per sent.) per annum on Ordin- 
ary Ueposite. free of Federal tax. payable on and 
after tbe 15ih day of Jnly ' *r order, 
j, 6-tl5 GOB. LETTS. Secretary. 



4th of JULY 

OrAzid Oelotoratloxi- 

Ever ybo dyl aln forme dth at at the ol 
det and nn mbe rih reeseeoads tre 
etsvear etelllsfipl end ldo pen bate ko 
rfr ontih irtsot 1 1.50. 17 aide rwewf 
nSBcspiTsrdiui dev ery tht sisee lee 
eh* ipai eh eeyo anbea tbe med let an d 
esw. 

KO. 3 8ECONO STREET. 

Opposite the Grand Hotel. jaB-lm 



ttyoii 



SUNDAY excursions; 

Hundreds Aval ing them&elvea of the Great 

XaduoemeOte Offered by the S. F. k N. P. j^ 

B. B. 03. to make one of the most do. 

lubtfol trips Id the country, which 

I* tureen the beautiful Sonoma 

and Busalan River Valleye, 

GREAT REDUCTION IN FARES] 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

OOUHVE, ^ 

PCTILTHA 
J IS i BULDIBUK#, 

KlKTa 

OETSEIltltLE. 
CI.OTEBIIAJLE. 

' ^' SE1SEE8I 

THB 8. F. AJJD N. P. K. B. 00„ AT THB 

A .arD»etBolioiutioo of its patrooe. e.h well u 
tbe pnoiio KftDerillj, O.ve Did« s great redHCtion 
is tlieirresal.rr.tei. IB ,D Irjdaoem.ot to Eicar. 
eloniBte to m.be tbe most d^iphtfal. *od. with.l, 
tbe most ptctar eoae BDrj fxoitlag trip to tht ' 
Great Natural Wot der of toie Coast, 

THE GREAT CEYSERS! 

Via Oloverdel*. returning, via Oaliatoga. 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All reoowned Plaoes of resort for nleaaur* 

seekers. S. F.iN.P. R.K.Oo. 
connects at Uloverdale with 

VAN ARNAM a KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE..! 



'2fl3 bni 



By thie route you enjoy a double pleasure trip; . 
abeantifal trio on the May on tbe xUamer A_NTK- 
LOPJi to Dooabae Landing;, and tbeubr tbe oars 1 
through ihe most beautiful and fertile valleys ou I 
tbe Oeaet. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS.! 

For the Rnsod Trio, good till the following 
HONDaVHOHNING. at tbe fol- 
lowing rates : 

To Petnluma and KttO' n 91 SOll 

To CJauta Hosu and Belnrn ... 3 OO 

To Heald'bnrs; and Xetnrn 4 OO 

To Cioverdale and Return & OO 

To Skapsrs* Springe and Itelorn.,. 6 SO 
Bound 




T« 
Geysers, 
toga, t» tbe Petrtfted Forest 
and retstrn to this city/ (Good lot 

October 31.t> IO SO 

Bouna trip tickets to the Geysers good for tht 
sekeon 1874. 

THB STEAMER 

AlfBiOPE 
Leaves daily (Sundays expected) from Pan Fran- 
orsoo at2:H> P. M., from Front Street Wharf. Ou 
(Sundays at 8 A. M. Returning, arrives in Sao 
FranotBoo Sunday erenug, at 7 o'clock. Tickets 
on board the steamer 

P. H. GERDE8, 
Gen. Paae. and Ticket Agent. 
A. A. BEAN. Sup't, 

OENKBAI OFFICE, 
ma2Mf 4JBO mTontKoswery/ Street, 



I 



DAILY LINE. 




ON AND APTEB APRIL 1, 1871, THB __ 
deretgaed .illron bis regular lino of fiix-hon 
Oonoord Ooaobea between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul- , 
phur Springs, 

Oonneettng withdaily trains bothRorth and South 

Having run this line for two years without an.' 
accident ooeartDg, us ia confident be oan continue 
tbe same with safe tr to the pnbiic. 

Turoogh Tioketa to tbe Spriogs from San Fran- . 
Cisco and aH required inrormaHon mar be had a* 
SOS Montgrfmery Street, and at the! 

Jose Kallroiid Depot, San Francisco. 

Private conveyance fornished by letter or teat I 
graph. A.rire.a 

JL. If. OTEB, ©llroy, 



Fran.) 

bad at. ' 
bSojc ] 



P. O. Box 89. or by W. F. k 00. | 

rTbrongb Tickets and never »e delayed 
.d. ap6-tf J 



S. F. and a. P. B. R. Co. 



ON AND AFTKR APRIL 13. 1874, THB 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt Galloway, cot 
neotioR at Donsnn* LaDOing with tbe cars ft 

Olovordale aad ititurm-d >*te stations will leave 
SsnFrancisce daily from Front St rt>»t Wtiarf at 
S:UO o'clock. Ketnrnlotr will leave Oloverdsle at 
6 A. W. ooooectioir nt Donnhne Landing with 
steamer, nod arriving in Saa Francl«oo at 11 A M . 
SriVaJAY £XCCB§IOKH. 

The steamer ANTELOPE will leave Front street 
wharf every bnoday morning, at 8 o'clock, con* 
necting at Donahue with oars for Peialotna, 
rJanta Robs. lieald a onrg, L'lovsrdals. ReturniBg, 
the train leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'clock. P. M., 
oonnecttcg with e'camer. arriving at San Franois- 
eo a; 7 o'clock. Excursion tickets at reduced 
rates. Connections made with stages for Senorna, i 
rjfciab, Mendocino and Olear Lake. 

No freight can be received after 2 o'clock P. at 
For farther information apply at Oompaaj's 
office, 488 Montgomery atreet. 

P. DONAHUE. President, 
F H. GKatbRH . 

ap22-tf Genera] Passenger and Ticket Agent 




IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 

Fox* Sale Everywhere. 

CRANE BRIG HAM, 

WBOLESALE AGENTS. j«4-t 



' 



t&n KflTt Wanted a party to hoveet tbe above 
JJaJUV. ■moaotvit will para reannoffrom 



«.0 OW to ets.ro-l in one year, the beat paying ba.i- 
peit m Bs>a Kr.nqisoo. Far nartfonlars apply to 
S. Oorbyo A 0». M Agents R'i Montgomsry »ti 
Boom f>, tag Franoisoe. 



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TJ. XIX. 



OVERUMb. HOUSE. 

mi imrr >m niiirni 

Furnished Rooms 
i» rawa. 

WITH OB WIYIKHT BOARD 

Op«-n all Hifht. 

J. E. Si 






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era house. HACTJIRB'S IH.W TH1ATB 

aVaW tnmtn 

The Great Star Company. 



J3H3IV COTTON 

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ARLINGTON, 



BILLY ARLIfK 

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EXTREMIS, or, MEN OF THE DAY. 



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BLACK BRIGADE 

Female Suffrage, 



I STOLIN BANJO ! 



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ON T HE ENDS 



■ TAINT S'JllHAQo 

1H THE.. 




IIOOH . 



New Budget of Wit, Songs & Oddities. 



iiKviik Ulii w«un, iviirii • 



XSSI IiATB 
Miss MARY WELLS, 
Mr. EDWARD ARNOT, 
Mr. D, MARDEN, 
CHARLES EDMONDS. 



3ROWNINO, 

Miss SYDNEY COWELL, 
Mr. CEORCE CIDDENS. 
Mr. JOHN HOWSON, 
A. D. BILLINCS, 



And tXao JF'viXl Dramatic Company. 



this EVEwnro 



JULY H 



Laot Blfht of FALCONER a OrMl BapnatoliU.c Coniadj, 

EKTKEMES 



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on. 



MEN OF THE DAY ! 

MASK BiWIIIOMI EDWARD ABBOTT 

SIR LIODIL KURMAN - a IlilARLXg EDMONDS 

HOW. Al'OOtTOa ADOLPHCB D. HARDIN 

DR. PLATEAU A. D. BILLINGS 

JAMES JOHK HOWSOW 

ETERARD D10BT ... R. HILL 

ROBIN WILDBRIAB ..GXORGE SIDDENS 

MR. CUNNI3U1I1AM..... PRANK REA 

LOOT VAVASOUB. ...MI3S KATE BROWNINO 

MBS. WILDBRIAB _ MI8S MART WELLS 

JSNNT WILDBRIAB Wilk 10. 1 MISS BYDNIY OOWELL 

MBS. TAVA80DR MRS. FRANK BEA 

MISS EUGENIA OBOLMOKDKLET ....MISS ST. JOHN 

:.„ MISS L. TAVASOUB 



TBCB9DAT, July 9th, Pint AppaaraDoe in OallforaU ot the Youd. and Taltatad Actr.n, 

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WEDNESDAY JULY 8, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Opera Howe. 

The oommeocamentof'tnenew a#isjn of Mii- 
«tr*l*y at this bona* lait night, dnw an imnnoii 
aedlecc. B«d Cotton and Billj Arlington, who 
mad* tkiir apreeranoe o* this occasion. In oob- 
iaocttoo with Magair*'* California MtoatrcU, mat 
with a mau«BtaGiiait;o recaption. Bat eanaad 
ranch tin bj tii etjle of sieging "It* a Fanny 
*b«n Too Feel That War," Billy Arlington'* 
ferca-yard ImlUtfeni were vary good, and hia par- 
form id:* on two banjo* wasalavar nod original, 
**Th» Black Biigada," with wbiohth* First Fart 
olaiad. it oca of the noit attractive final** ever 
predu.ad. Billy Naweomb di*tinaroiab ed nimtelf 
*a 'The Oirl With she Owl." Billy Arlieg-on de- 
livered a olavar borliiqnt apeooh on "Woman 
Soffarage," Billy bwMtcam appeared in '■Uncle 
Bph'a Dream." Welch and Rica in "Ssnegambien 
Gambol*," Ben Cotton and Billy Arlington in 
"Who Stole theBaij-?' Little Mao in hia "Ba- 
lance," and George 8. Knight in hie SpeoUHi**- 
A mora livelj aod varied perfennnnws bat itldom 
been witnessed. The aim* bill will be played to- 
night. 
California, Theatre. 

Tbe very pleaalog comedy of "Home"-will be 
played to-ciihiand to-morrow night. On Friday 
erscog "DjTid Garrick" will be performed with 
"Dandrtary Carried and Bottled," a* an after. 
Vieee. 
Maffrjjre's New Theatre. 

The tparkling comedy of * Extremes *' will be 
played to-n'ght «*or the lait time. To-morrow 
eveci^g Miis Jeffreys Lewi* will make her flrat 
appra-aoce la tbi» ci:y. ia tbe fine comedy of 
-"School." 
Flail's Hall. 

There wat an immea** attendance at tfcii hall 
last night when the flrat exhibition of the won- 
dorfnl tronpe of Marionettes wai given. £very- 
OBOwaa delighted with tbe entertaiament wbioh 
for novelty and variety ha* never bean enrpaued 
la this ii:y. The woodas bead minstreli kept tbe 
aidiene* ia a oontinnal roar of laughter, the Fan- 
iooclai accomplish* d ih* most marvelous feata 
.aid tbe pantomime of "Little Bed Biding Hood'! 
with which the performanoe closed, was a great 
aaoaeei. There will be a matinee to-day at two 
o'oloot , and a performance this evening. 






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Bella. Union Theatre. 

J. A. Berne ia "Handy Andy," HI** Alice Bo** 
And Ed Murray in'Teranoa 1 * Return," 0*1. Man- 
derilla In hi* *en*alian character aonga, and a 
great raiiaty of other attract ion* aaeoifitd on oor 

flrat pare will be presented to-night. 

■ uckJey 'a New Variety Theatre. 
Mia* Roi* Tincsnt in fanoy dancea, Mori i mora 

In sketch**, Johnny Tuera and Red Bneklay in 
mots, Mies Ida Fi«k in ballads and other perform- 
ances will be given this evening. 

anatomical M.U3II7M. — One or the most 

•smcine oelleotioni of the kind in tbe United 
Stat**, oomprrsinK honored* of neatly and- bean- 
tiral wax model*, is daily on Tiew (to gentlemen 
•air) at the Mnmm.on Montgomery street. An 
hoar but be orofltably spent hare. 

JNotea, 

Bam Biokey, wboae popularity la Hew York is 
nt bounded, wilt come here ihortly, nnder engage- 
ment to Manager Magnhe. 

John King and G. W. Duncan, ol Magulro'a 
Now Theatre will leave for the East to-morrow 
morninr • Mr . King ha* long baen oonneoted with 
-theatres nnder tbe macazement of Mr. Magoire. 
and ha* played a great range of characters . 

"Sam" will ba produced at the California Thea- 
tre next week. 



Exhibition of Bahcoet Engine. 

An eKhlbltlon of the working of a Baboock 
Eeir-Aciing Engine will take place on Friday 

morning, at 9 V- o'elo k, corner Poet and Powell 
■traets. All ard Invited to attend. 7-a 



If one wishes to pass an bom or two pleas- 
antly at the game of billiards, no pleaain ter 
place can be found In tbe city than Chapman & 
Tenili's Billiard Parlor, Northeast corner 
Saab and Kearny Btree's entrance, on Bash. 
from the window a good view can be had of 
twjolcur busiest streets Bash and Kearny. 
Local Option not In force; for tbe best of 
Wines, L qaora and Cigars, ate served it tbe 
bar for 12 Ji certs. 6-i 



Jos GiustVs Bestanrant, at 105 California 
U irket, has been long and favorably known by 
tbe public as a place where nice Cbopp, Porter- 
Booee Eteake and Oyetsre la evety style could 
bo bad. A short time slnoe, Mr. Glnsta made 
an addition of a whole floor'to bis place, bo 
that he could accommodate families. His reB* 
tsurant, as now constructed, can well be called 
e family reEtanrart. 6-i 



i>o Ifot Suiter from oorna. 

Tbe unfortunate guffeaers from Oerns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Kails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 fjc We 
nwtak from experience, having tef tod the Doc- 
tor's capability. Beferexjoea given lireauirea. a 



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■A. JPleavsHanx ijocauon. 

Fer£Oce desiring comfortable lodgings In a 
■Centra; location, should visit tbe Alnambra, 
and Inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The bnllding Is a very fine one and le well 
lighted and ventilated. 



Use llAX>-TNG'a Salad Eeiescw- best and 
shenp»§t in town— it Oyster House 673 Howard 



Street, near Third. 



Sal 



Freih and 6n«»', 

For the beet confectionery, g-s to Oanty and 
Wagner's. 107 Manttomerr St- near Suttot. H 



Ft/", one tooth to a full upper set, from $5 
to$2u. Filling reasonable. By Dr. OroweiLD, 
D. ?.. Ko. 80 Eearny street, near Market. 2-j 



BEFORE THE BALL. 

Wh-tCJnqueBts will you make to-nlgbt— 
What new loves will adore yon? 

Wuo'll ewear yoar face is far more blight 
Taan any Been before you ? 

Who'll clasp your litSe walet In the dance. 
And prlx i each preolous minute, 

And wonder if y >ur tander glance 
Has any meaning in it T 

Who'll love yon with an old-world love- 
Long sluce gone out of fashion ; 

Will burn to win and wear your glove, 
And plead an earnest passion Y 

Who, gazing on your childlike eyes. 
Will deem you his Ideal ; 

And, hanging on yoar swett replies. 
Believe your lov« la real ? 

Ab, lady, let tie dress be e*7. 

And deft tbe handmaid's duty ; 
But spare one idls m: th to-day 

That flutters round your beauty. 
For you, who play a cruel part, 

So many loves forsaking. 
Hay one day know you have a hsart, 

And chance to nad It breaking. 



Mother Hubbard and Her Dog. 

The aged and venerable maternal repre- 
sentative of a family which descended 
from an ancestral progenitor known in 
his time bv the patronymic appellation 
of Hubbard (perhaps from his having 
been one of tha early poets or bards of 
the Hnb] , 

Wended her way to the small , apartment 
ordinarily devoted to the storage of 
orccfeery, and such portions of the fami- 
ly provisions as were left unused at the 
prandial meal, 

To obtain, for the gratification of her fa- 
vorite bat emaciated specimen of the 
genos casis, a fragment of an osseous 
nature once composing an integral por- 
tion of the skeleton of sn animal (whe- 
ther bovine, porcine, or otherwise, the 
narrator was not able to determine sat- 
isfactorily) , from which she had reason 
to believe her petted quadruped would 
obtaia ailiment. 

When by oontionons progressive motion 
she had arrived at the end of her brief 
journey, and in fsct bad reached the 
objective point, and the goal of her de- 
sire, 

Ber fond anticipations were not realized, 
and her c*iculatioDa came to nought; 
for the family receptacle, before alluded 
to, proved to be entirely denuded of 
everything in tbe way of that sustenance 
which tends to prolong life when re- 
ceived within and assimilated by the 
animal organism. 

Consequently this indignant and long- 
suffering member of the higher class of 
tbe vertebrates called mammals, but 
familiarly known as tbe "poor dog," 
failed on this occasion to obtain any- 
thing to appease bis uneated and vor- 
acious appetite, which there is reason to 
believe bad previously been whetted by 
the anticipation of the favorable result 
of the visit of his friend and proteotor 
to the usual store-house of his supplies. 



OysJteraT. 

In strolling round the other night* 

To look at'frisco by gae light, 

unr careless feet, by chance did stray 

To where a fountain's ceaseless play 

Of sparkling waters., made a screen 

Through which a sweet bouquet was seen r 

While mossy stone and pearly shell, 

O'er which tbe waters softly fell, 

Made that window seem to be 

Rome fairy grotto of tbe sea. 

Stop," eald ray friend, "let's go in here X 
It loots so nice— and try their cheer. "3 
"All right,'* I said, ••I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Hade bis appearance, asked our wish- 
Bald tbey bad almost any dish 
That we might name. We found it tenet 
And cookecHnaymfcenily, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every Btyle; Just think of that. 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam Band crabs aud terrapins'^ 
In fact, ws found tbey had within 
That cosy place oil kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could names 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epioure. 
The ladieF, too, have iguuq. 'twould wem, ' 
That they have hererthe best ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nice dinners, " 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once Will go again. 
Pacific Oyster HouBe, S3T Bush street, abeve 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHA&LZgS HAAKE. Piopri&tor, 



Or. x>on.eirt3> 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as snoh la 
now the most Buooessfnl of any Physician in 
San Frano'soo. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
oorner of Laldeedorfl, a lew doors Delow What 
Queer Hoof- - X 

IfYou 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take 
a course of sea-wat r baths at the Sanitarium 
foot or Powell st eet, North Beach. Exclusive 
dppaitmerjt aud lady attendant for ladies. Five 
tick etB for $1. 6q 

Fine batches 

The best goods at tbe lowest prices, at H. A, 
Callender's, corner of Second a^d Mission. A 
fine assortment of chains. Jewelry, etc. Call- 
and examine, 5-w 



The Rainy Day. 

It is snrrrBlog that so many people live 
without taking thought of the morrow. 
Btckless expenditures toeneoreeaae for the 
present stems to be tie order of tho day. 
With all the accomplishment* of Ihe young 
people now-a-daye, how few have the educa- 
tion which will enable them to economize 
in time of need! The girl'a Bmattering of 
the languages won't do this, nor the boy's 
skill at billiards; imd thus the bouehold ex- 
penditures suffer from tbe lack of an intel- 
ligent system of houskeeping and the ig- 
norance of the younger brancheB of the 
family, both on this point and the way to 
*arn their own living. Isn't it high time 
that there should be a change in this re- 
spect ? The cbsnoes and changes of busi- 
ness, and tbe uncertainties of investments, 
make sad havoc with tbe position of once 
well-'o*do people, and find too many mem- 
bers of families unable to do anything to 
keep the wolf from the door. The same 
neglect of a sound and reasonable education 
prevents the wives and children of working 
men from helping to bear the load which 
prosses so heavily on the father of a family. 
How many good housekeepers are there 
among either tbe upper or middle classes 
who oan, by careful management, so reduce 
their expenses as to tide over dull times, and 
in bright days have a surplus ready for Ihe 
savings bank ? T,his ts a practical question 
to which our household economists should 
pay attention. Although ibe cost of living 
has largely increased during tbe h st decade 
of yeara, it is still possible by tbeexeroise of 
judicious economy and foresight, to provide 
for the needs of the rainy day. 



Sweet San Jose, 

The Independent California, published in 
San Jose, has the' following: To characterize 
the vile caricatures of temperance ladies 
made by tbe hoodlums of Sau Jose on the 
4th as simply disgraceful, wooll be dealing 
with the subject too mildly. It was an out- 
rage upon morality and decency in every 
respect and an iosnlt to the ladies and to 
every honest American citizen. The exhi- 
bition did not take us by surprise. We bad 
intimations of the whole proceedings tbe 
day before, but choose not to anticipate tbe 
outrage. We knew that the liquor men were 
at the bottom of tha affair, and would use 
the hcodlums of San Jose tc carry out Iheir 
programme. We said: let them do it, They 
are showing their band. Let them do their 
worst, it will react upon them.— We see it in 
the same light now. They will carry on this 
Btyle of display, and insult every sense of 
decency till they array every decent man 
and woman not implicated in the traffic 
against them. "Give the devil a rope long 
enough, and be will bang bimeelf" is an old 
and true spying. He has a long rope in San 
Joee, and swings himBelf dear already. 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to tbe splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Sterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. , Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 18 to 42 inoh letters, in stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor in 1850, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-cJ 



Strawberries : Strawberries 

The Matines Fruit Store 409 Bush, 1b the place 
to obtain your nice, fresh Strawberries. Parties 
patronizing ue will bs promptly attended to, 
and oan re*t assured that their Berries will be 
sent home in good condition, as we have a 
I Ught spring wagon expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your address our wagon will call for 
orders every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Give us a trial, 1-f 



Special to Laflles. 

Fof dressmaking in all its branches and tbe 
latest etyles, call on Mrs. J. J. Yi tiis-r, at S10 
Post street. Terms reasonable. S*Dt 



What Orieer LsAndry waftons 
Call for and deliver elethes in all parts of the 
city. % 



Blankets ana flannels 

Well washed aud not spoiled, at the What 
Cheer Laundry. * * 

Pr. Brebs, Patent Gold Crowns for broken 



Medical Wonder 

Ourearheuaiatlem, billions pains, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches and pains . All Drug 

gists keep It. 3-b 

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McDowell, Show oar<x Writer 

Beady made and n>vd ■ to order. Boom 10 

508 Market street, cor. Post aaA Kontcomexy o 



WHavt Cheer Laundry 



The Verdict. 

Half of the befct-dressfcd gentlemen In this 
city would s&y. If atked the question where 
they had their clothes made, that they went to 
Baloun ft Stouda, No, 613 Washington street, 
and would also advise you to go there If yon 
wanted a perfect-fitting suit made In the latest 
ettie, from either Imported or domestic goods, 
at the lowest price oemp&tlble wilh a good 
garment, 6 m 

Music Hath Charms. 

Pianos tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and satisfaction guaranteed, by one that 
understands the business. Also, wilt perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc Orders left 
at 764 Market or 64 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan. 4-v* 



WhatCheer Laundrv, 
121 Lefdesdorff street, near Sacramento. 



PERSONAL. 



MBS, M. J. FARBELL. LADIES' HAIR- 
dreaBer, late of Dohert y'a Hair St ..re, baa re- 
moved to Ko. SU Kearny street, np atairs, rooms 
24 and 23. All kinds of hair wort made to ordei 
fel2-lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Zaooteeellera and Itatlonjr*, 
H. H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant, 

llntchers. vam m 
Sets, Fred. Stella 94 to 100. California Market 
Dentists. 

H. F. Pope, 6 MonWromery Street, 
Davis & Case, 22 Montgomery street, eppoaitse be 
Liok Bonae. 



Sampson. A. B. A Co., U0 Second street. 
■ Whltener* and JPaper Hamrajna. 

A. W. Wbelden. ia Geary eU **«. 

Wine* and Llqnora, (Whalaaaha.) 



Return of tlie Old V avorite, 

3ES 3EV O O "X" *X" O 3V„ 

And Eogagemeufrof the Popular Ethiopian Comedian, 
Who will sppear in oocjunoilos with 

MAGUIRE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS 

u COTTON .nd ABLIXQTON OBT THE £NDS. 




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Grand Finale THE BLACK BRIGADIP 

ABLI.ISTO^, COTTON 1KB K9T1BI COMPANY. 

X»-a-:E*.» 8BOOWD: ^ 

THE GIRL, WITH THE CURL,, 

Bong >od Du«, bj the Author, I 

^JBtDBBYJNTEWOfDMB. 
FEMALE BUFFER AGE. 

MISS WOULD.HA.Ut, ARLINGTON. 

iipiliii 6s 

Messrs. wBJjCH and H.IOE. 

WHO STOLE THE BANJO 'i 



BILL BTOLKM 

BEN FINDEM 



BILLT ABLIWGTO 

...BEN OUTTO 



MR. GEORGE 8. KNIGHT IN HIS SPECIALTI1 




UNOLE EPH : 

AUNT OBt.OE ..... 

YOUNG EPH 

JKFF 

CUFF 

JIM 

IKE *j 

MOKE 77. 

bIM 



. CHARLES . 

BILLY WEL 

JOHN EI 

LITTLE H, 

OON.T. UURP1 

6. W. HABU 

W. F. B»K1 

P. LOOI 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

' VIKfJrXlaXaa. COT, JTKVAJDA. 

JOHN PIPES PnopRiETOE 



THIS ELEGANT THKATBE OAK BE RENT- 
ed bj tha night or weab. Stare aod travel- 
ing companies Liberally treated with od a ^plication 

J «JXH PIPKB; 



luttU 



33 u Bush ifcrMt, San Franofaoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACBAMEIWTO, 

to iwEJuarT, 

BT THE NIGHT, WEEK OB MONTH, FBOM 
April 1st. For terms, apply at th. Theatre, 
or by letter to W. K. MOKBOW, Proprietor, 
Hacromento. 
H. B.— I h&.e no » nthoraed Affwitftoywhero. 
n>h34-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAW JOBS, (ALA. 

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND NEWLT BEBO- 
va ted Theatre io to Ob let by th. Night. Weak 
or Month, ,t reasonable term.. 
.p24-t{ G . BROH ASK A, Proprietor. 



DR. JORDAN'* 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And College of Medicine. 

1 n non beautiful aot> instruct 

lU.UUlf iw obieeU to b» bmd. Open to th- 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALI 
« 18 Montgomery street. FOB MEN ONLY-i 

*•*■ Da. JOBDAH'B ^BTVATB OFFICE 1* at SI) 
Gearr street (opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



IrUTRUCTIBNS IN THE ART OF ACTrNB 

ELOODTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
I, A DIES PBEPABED for the 8TAOE. 

PBITATE THEATBI0AL8 AND AMATEDB 
performances directed, by a lady and gentle- 
man of more than ordinary experience. For par- 
tionlars .pply to UK. J. H. MoOABB, 

Theatrical Agent, No. 88* Bnsb btreet, 
delO-tf Ban Francisco. 



MAirCFACTTJREBS 

BJBPAIBEBS 



THOS. W. BRE£ & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 

tijlf ORUMS.lJKJOS, 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

aajr Lt::cnt giren on the Banjo and Dram. *>** 
MI8KION STREET, between First and Beoond. 

N B.— Fine-toned SUt** Sola Banjo* lor Pro 
esslor>aJa alwey* on hand. **15 tf 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW 



SPECIALTY. 



de2-t« 



Gjj. 



ul.l 



aaBtaaanai 



OEORBE MATES, 

DEALEB IN OT8TKBS, OLAM8 
andaU tioda of SHELL FISH, 
SUlUNoa. AO, 41, *». Oalifomia 

trom 6 JL.M- to 12 P. M. Lafiiee' and Gentleman'* 
ii^tlaMM »o*m fmrnt.AJt.SoriP.il 4a«lr 



— i-rtf||fti-iaii , 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CHEYENNE, WYCMIRB TERRITORY. 

OPEN THE TEAR ROUND WITH A FIRS 
«la*s Variety Company. Variety Artit 
coming East oan at all times eeoore Flr*t-01i < 
eogagemanta. Mnat be artiat* of aoknowledg j 
ability and hare good wardrobe. Nona others ne 1 
apply. Addreea JAMES MoDANIEL, i | 

Proprietor. I 
Lock Box No . 1, Cheyenne. Wyo. Ter. j, » 



CHETENNE OPERA HOUSI 

CHEYENNE, WYOMINB TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS BBI I 
recentlr refitted and decorated. FirsUefai 
Dramatic Oompaniei or Dramatic Stare coal; 
East will be treated liberally npon »pplicij 
either by telegraph or in person. Addies* t 
eommnnioatlona to JAMES HoDAMIBL, > j 

Propria t» 
Look Box No. 1, Obey*nn ,Wjo. Ter. 



GOLD-ROOM VARIETIEl 

Sixteenth St., Gher^oaae, 'WyoDilng.i 

JAME W ALLEN ...Propria 

JOHNW. DUNNE bneieesa Mann 

HAKRV SPBIGG8 Stage Mae* 

HAS JUST BEKir KEPITTI 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter ft 
son with a first-claes OompaDy, embracint; Ha 
Sprlgga, the great character actor; Harry L 
ralne, Billy Forest, Mr. J. W Danoe, MIbb Li 
Hall, Mi*e Minni* Davis, Miss Nellie rieymn 
Miss Jenni* Logan, Frank Hollsy, George Tot 
acd Obarles Miller, and a fnli and enieinRT 
oheatra. 

■ra>* Lady talent coming Eaat oan always seo 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLEj>. F 
prietor. GOOD BALiRlEb PAID. s»M- 



McDANIEL'S 'tHEATB 

CBBTKKJIB, BIO.UO, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WONIt 

••"Talent going East will find It to their adr, 

tage before leaving California to correspond w 

«T. Mc DANIEL, 

mr9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne. Wjomlffl 



The Celebrated Pan Roa 



SOLOMON TESMORE'5, 

Stalls 57, 58 and 59 California Market.' 

(Entrance on Pine Street,) 

lagy- 1 amiLios and Bestanrant* snppl: 



ied at el 



MORACHAN& LYNCH 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAM8 and all kinds 
of Shell Fish, Stall AS California 
Market, San Francisco. >pen Day 
and Night. Families, Pnbl. j and Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, Shipping and 
Restanranta anpolied. !■* 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN XjXTTSG] 

'. Cor. Second and Teh'tma atreeta. 
r-Terrapia constantly on h 
fOysters in every st*le. PRIV, 
•SUPPER ROOMS FOB PART 
dec 31 



MANNING'S OYSTER GROT 
Resort of the Respectability* 

AOQ P1HE ST., below KEARNT. 

Manning Pan Roast 

And CBEOLEE OOFFJEF 
selO-tf A. W. MANNING, "Invent 

Delioioa* IOE OBEAM and STRAWBEERj 



,. 



fi2S>l SITCK GLOVE 



i * 





i & 



U» ruiOUOU, TNCUD1T, iDLT S, im. 



v.i. xix 



FUflR^HEO ROOMS 

♦ HI W tiib ft Monti 

west'enFhotei, 



r^-^BALIFOftNIA THEATRE 



■4«r kme!**, Jnljr IJih. H74, 



CALIFORNIA THHATBB. 




ITRA NIO 



MARIE AIMEE 



ioidtmidx^xt 



JULItN DESCHAMPS 

M. MCII/IM. ii * ■ ■ s 

A*« M VMIt niti< T. 



Trtt t-tfor— •» >nl 



i * -• I* 



U3V m ARI 
Dans du Colon, 

ui\ ■ iLLKMiMu Ainri: 

.ri ci.irm 

Tab* rc'j* d'f tha folloa-w, 

I3VTEIR.r.UX>E! 



oominix i 

tar 
-L AROtTA V» 
"DDO Da ttL.ll 

• PIC 



. Dralaa, 
DISCIIAMPB 

I 1 KAVZLHI 



OBAMAONBTTr. 

PAS SI ' 



A a J MADAM*. FRAKZINI 

..W M. JULIAN DKSOUAMPg 
.br a\IM»l: MARIM BRIOr 
bp MARIK OAUttAl" 



TaOKlBAa w it . t_. rir-t E-vri.pr.t tion f tha OpanltA 
la on* Act by J. OOsBbich, antlllaa 

LISCHEN and FRITZCKEN 

i.ix nr> u i.i.r. ma it if. limp, 

FBI IP ' "" '!««8. JBUtfl DESCHAMPS 

Box Offloe Now Open, 



ST T^EEK 



Of IW ■ ill 



tTJ^" OIVIZI 




^'iiCAgonocur of 

1VHSB* BiSLLjA PATEM 

Aa.HS'D 

SUET?. J. T>. :BTJJFi.3>ff ,TT. 

ocoud Wcok of 



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, '- r Vr>!.V LA T N10HT OP 




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Written •xpnaeJ* for MB. fcOTHERN t.j T. n. R-ibtrti^P, Minor cf "0*-t'." "DarKl Osrrle*," "(WbfOl, ate 

COL. JOHN WHITE MR. SOTHERN 



mk. namiiHOK 

OAPIAI1 M I 
BIRTH-: III iMPbOS 

MRS. PISOIIMOK... 

psra rnoR?TBAiropl 

LUCY DUHKISL'K ... 



...IlKNKV I'.DHAK 8 

KOHkKT PlfhMAJS 

■ J P. u 

II. MA' 11 W8 

MISS BELLA I'ATKMAN 

.MISS MINN1R WaJ/MI 

M1S8 JK.MtlK JUkUA 



FHlu.lY EVENISO. July lOtb, 



«»AFI 

AND 

DUNDREdRT MARRIED and SETTLED 



a 



HOME 



SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY II, 1814 

99 



ATINEE! 



MR. SOTHERN as COL. JOHN WHITE 

The STEINWAI PIA'.IO used on tMs occuion la kindly loaned by M. GRl V. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

Ala..., ilrM. AAA* Hu" re. 
rraaaaiAaa. aUHTaa. r. v ^ mt 

8HOOND -V17- JmiT 

....or th- 

111. . ikoi i. Ill ID KIMEIIIAV 

Mr. JA8. A. HERIME. 

Il ma MUbtAhiJ Oanady ol 

HANDY ANDY! 

THIS EVEHINO 



Tbe Far form iko* will Mtnmraew wllb Um 

HALS AM) KKXALE MINSTRELS, 

l.aik-ti-. "AI. v.mukvII.I.KI |loo~ ...MATT. AlaP 



UTTl IITTIE. 



. «..■!> K-'bj 



TIRRt'NCE'B RETURN. 

PM Motrar 

H. ». McllfB 

... Mml*. RnkliMi 

Mxnifii vtmmr 



-^■>^a*«a^*a«*i.»^p«* 



tHDlC ; tLfcCTIONS 
■•onit •.■... il. a.. 

1o«| ... . 



Aft >r which tb> Oom'o Drama Id 1 act* of 

HANDY AIM 

"ilMir ANDY Mr. JAHRIA. HKIII 

St,Olr» K»fao..J. W.3atDan*ra Mr. Murytiy kd llnrraa- 

D.ck IiA--fii . ' . tlaMon Mr. Forlonr ..Oal. M*h-utiU« 

Kdw'd U'O^oaor H. B. Anbitr Simon. Br*» 

>qnT» O'Ura*.? John \T.. rWr* 

IHINAII UOIINEY HIM JKKN1R JUUMHIII 

,L«ni 



Va<l Nir07...1l»Bir" Mkvcalr* F*no> Diwpon. 



.«[>» l'">«Hr 



i.- 1 ^Kj.riu 

FLCBS OF ALL NATIONS MISS ALICE ROU 

MISTAKEN IDEKTITY. 

K*ll» Br»r. And U>r««w 

Son u umd D«AC« Smle BaklowM 

Illllln!) A^OMlgC HoBtti 

To conclndn with the Rosrlt'i' ;.».*'toaof 

ENGAGEM:: !3TTS ! 

M tracer 

JrUDeti 0*11 Bo J 

UtQfr ohaiactora by Ooi 

IN REHEAB8AL, 

DOKBET AND SOIV 



"THE VILLA ," 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

TbtBalldloK tUTior )-it b«*a ooniKtt«d, li 
now thrrrwn own to tb* pablia. Th* boa** >• *i«- 
fltDttT rnn.lm*d. »od n»» 

Ponr l*ul>H<5 ParlorN, 

— Ain>— ' 

Ten Private Dining Koorag, 

Tb» Wholp T-oinf boll', B»t lib* h public ><oW 
tni m* it is r*in»d 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Th# Vi.K" .3 lootUd »tth*Uitor o«i*,b-wMt- 
•re R*t« of tbt> Park. 

rikfuta, DinnT* and 8n,pp*r» 
pr*[>»T6l--. la. -'.orfjAit ootico. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PBOPRIKTOR. ]y-I» 



FKKE AND EAWY 



AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

BATiOOKT. 
aaa nackahkkto itecki, 

IIIIAOO BSER D 



NO. 

(Beowo a. 
F.tctf Satardur KvenlQB >«t H o'clock. 

CITIZKNS IJT ORNHRAI,. i\B ALL AUS. 
trallaos and Naw Zsalanlnra ara iDTited U 
AUand.aodarj aaanrad of A ba.rt? welooTta aod 
ltoad«ftoar. AoaplUI HOP l.U.NOH a(.cv.-1 even 
dw In 10a waak. 0K0. B. AUSTIN. 

•ol- 1 ' Proorletor. 



4ttentiou 9 *lood Livers! 



MB. f. BEBORfl, 
[iroiTi - . 
tanras' . .■ ■ ■ a th 

■■' 1X3 

Joinm-.T:' 
Ur&aca o. 
•rab'-ot ali 

■ ■ . 
Obarii- > " 



VOBMKKtaY 

i Mlnon. ..of,- 
"i»MK*m >at 
- -i*nrant qb 
l tea Hin«ra J 



Out Bilu 
tae »**oon. Mr 
>tdfivg and 



M I K ESS'^REST AURANT. 

kaII aui £i#\i OoAmiWrotaLirn 
TS9 H*rk«t strsBS, 



SAN FFTANC1SCO BATHS 

— ANO 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

rfi'^K WASHINGTON Hi.. 

V*JVFb.-;&rt IvVArn.iy. I'' .. . 
BJCDUUKD. lismc, 23 ceotn. 
Bbantiff, 26 oasts, u.-.ir uu .- na. 1THa 
Una, ftofliiw, tibanjoooiim. J.> ■■■"5 — ZZZ 
0»DU. Modi cat ?J Cnttj.i. lOUN ORSIF. 

MMf 



P. H. McCANN. 

PRACTICAL HATTER, 
No. as Third aircet 

I Markot and Mltalnn etraets. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHA8. L STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 4 1 7 Kearny Street, 

Between California nod Pino. 
Thl« aleean! rotor*, has lately been nularpfl, *■ 
now oontuns ■■> n«w Kevel tahlue. Tbo hum Liqno . 
and Olfar* at the Bar. Firo large finely fnralah- . 
rooms, for oiabe and prWate portviea outbblrouii 
lorme and roles. jn7-3rn 



FIGARO 

ClROUiVATKS AS HOUSE PRO«KAMMK IN 
•nary Theatre and In every plaoa of amuie- 
neat to S\o Kraoouoo 



THE CUFF HOUSI! 

ROARING OCEAN!' SURGIKGi B.it^KEH^ 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LOSS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunchea 
Dinners and Snppers. 

aBING YOUR WIFE! 

BRINO YOUR PAMIJL.V! 
BRINO YOUR LAUV FRIBNOb 
And enjon a Tt«w of the flnent, db KAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THIt WORLD, all in aigbr. of 
the world-reDO«oed 

Ooldeu Gate* 

With AflaeLof white-wiQKed m^Mengutti aQterina 
from eroiy part of the oommerolal world. 

taV-Naw I'lne Bnaaea, oonnectiria with Siron 
Ci.ra at Lone Moootain ayety 15minut*« hervaficy 
tor theOliiIllonjc jyl-U 



Grand Duke Alexis 




To the Unfortunate, 

ii R. btbihwh i»isp;:nsaby. 

MJ. «23 KKARNY STRKKT, OOR- 
ntir of <*otnmerclaI, iS<%n Franoi^oo 
Kntrauut on OomuirroiKl -irfGi. iTatab- 
llebed in 16M, for lh<> treatment and 
enre of all diseases of the urinary and 
cenenitive o .^no •, and all |iby3ical coo- 
__ weaknebin conti«qnent apon the orrsM 
„ iRDoranoo of in' Bvxes. bklodieeaee (of years' 
(■■■ -.riiliDE) ai d nloprnted lege sacjunaiuily treatecl, 
Tne -icit nn-J ■ im ..tiliot-.d enonld rot fail to call 
ap'in him. Tbe Doctor hrva travolad extenaWttl? 
la Kurope, and iub>,m«ted tborouRLily t0» varloud 
LoBpitali thore, ■.btftiniri« » great deal of vamable 
information, wblub he in competent to impart to 
tboa& In Dbud of his oorvioee. Dr. Gibbon will 
mslte no obtrRO nnluoo lieeflnctsu core. Addrei-p 
DR. J. F. GiBUO«, Box l9M,bJUl Fr^^oieoo. 
tfoa5-tl 



diL.A>n 



S. W. D2NNI3, 

Dentist, 

H, JUST KEI'URNKD I rj 
tid ra.inro*d thR pr-ciii.'? 
of fir. iirctntifllon, athia former office. 

SO KEARNY 8THKKT, 

His FlUNCIgOO. ,uj 



1'BE DEPOT OF THE GRAND DUKE Al- 
exia Tiep, -cototi Oongre«B Gaiters and French 
Tree lor G-nta and Boyn, is at P. Kelly'e, the 
Pnz» Bootmaker. 

4o Case* of tbe abire goods now in Btore, and 
will ba sold at Eastern urieen. 

Persona runldlng In the country dnairous of o>>- 
tainl"K BTiict dtting boot a and Shoee, cao Bend 
for P. K i.i ;■. ' '. Utrcalur.coiititinlrK bla new method 
of »e!f -measurement ana li: t oi camom prtoes. 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

net, SIontKoi- vi-i and Jto.ivny. 

j.2! 



FOR SS-^XjiES. 



N i iv ! | 001'AVE 



A 

PIANOffm 

WILL BK 

SOLD at a. BARGAIN, 

On Aooou t of departare from tbe State, 
Dall, or Address 

'FIGARO'' OFFICE, 
1332 Meroliant St. 

toal3.il 




TO THE LOVERS of SONG 

AND SOl'IAl I'XJdYHXNT. 



QHARING 



606 MISSION 



,E ANl/hAoY a 

4* 



IK A 3 SECOWT- 



Weintenil rannlug ft as of yore— S-jiabdnysi- 
wayaonr motio. Pohiauona and Fair pnaliac twr 
rule. Grand op»Ding Satnrday May 3'ltn, 1874. Fraal 
and E'iSy evory Buturday daring tho Beaioa. Our 
old uatrons and the public in gennrai are oucdiate 
Invited. Ohair taknn by onr old OtiairaiAn MK. 
F, PHlLLIPrt at S^olook ehucy. 

>-AC.LK*) A- WILD. 



PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows,. Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW RATES, BY 

B. F. STERHTT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



DR. WILLIAIH S. OaVIS & G J. CASE, 

33 :.il KTTISTSi 

aia Mituitfomerv ftlreet, 

Upp. Licit Hcraae. 



California Ahead of the WorM 

IN 

W00LEN_G00DS. 

TBE UNDERSIGNED IS IN RKCfPT OV 
Blankets, Flannels, :iurnB-BlaiiV..",.„i. ©to. 
direct from the Mills, and will sell in i> '« totnifc 
Depot, *S49 New Montgomery etreet: 
oo28^m OKO M. MAIN. Atr*>«aV 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA UOUSS. 

'i^UIS HOUSE. BEING 0WNTR4L 
A lijctod, oea/all toe principal Hoti I 

Restanranti and places of Akqqi I, 

BtraoReia can fled good, comfort «h 
ul and elegant rooms at reasonable pi 
otiU-tf 




ieachrbg beeioners. 



CLAY-STREET 
RIOINO ACADEMY, 

Bit* fh.y Street, co* 
Vtockton. 

This is the moHt elegant 
and commodious Riding 
Academy in t,ba city: open 
day and evening. Partic- 
ular attention paid to 
ja?7-«in 
A. M4RSHALL. Proprietor. 



INSl-RUOTIOV ON ^HE PIANO.I 
Goitar, Acoordeon, Water and OlH . _ „ 
P.-.inT.'.i:Ar ai pnooa to suit olroamataooea, M>7;. 
- ,nd Q'Farr.iM hoi.. 



BERRYftfSAN & DOYLE, 
COAL DEALERS. 

Ofllcca : Wboleaule, Bolkhend, 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 413 and 4 15 Pacific St., 

Abovo fUoootoe. 

SOLS AGKNTri FOK 

NEWPU1.T COOH DAI lOAL CO., 

And Dealers in all Deecriptione of 

Forcigria an<t Domestic 

COAL and PIC IRON. 

p. o. box ie«o. 



$300,000 OO 
to x*<i>>^3xr. f 

AT RKDUOliD RATES, <N MINING s r OOWt 
Real Estate. Business Papnr and i-ther Ooa- 
laterah. 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 



MILITARY COCO* 

GOLD AND SILVER THEAtfilCli 

TRUnlKINGS, 

No. 18 M'>.itgoiti«-»-y AvniiK', S. F. 
hHtf T. RQO^RRB JO -QR 



apZS 



F K E P. It A T Z , 
BEEF AND PORKv 
BUTCHER, 



Gray's Music Stores, 

633, 635 CL.AY STRKKT. 

IN0BDEF TO ACCOM MO PATF T"K PURLM 
and tbe inaaic&l prof ■■«.- or. OBaY'.i «UHf<J 
btoreswiliherftavercljeu at B p. M. ir*i-«d -'' 
P. M. aif no riv. 



CANDID- 
Mann 
OAHflfli 

SI 8 K>am» . 

fom'ta ar. 



MINK 

DROSE^olON 
17 laIBINIE.•- 



t>\ 



3 "ft; 



VIS J0TFBSAX0FAM08KMKHT8. 
Jr». B O O- -A- IB- X> XJ 



Uereaant and S** WMhlMtot »i 
Below Montgomery. S" FTancfroo. 



.JULY 9, 1S74 



TH URSDAY 

Honors lo an American Joornali.t. 

Max Adeler saya : All the world knows 
by this time that Mr. Bailey bas fnlfilled 
tbb cbief purpose of bis mission lo England 
uliicb was to settle tbe uneeemiDgly qaur- 
r*l between the Prince Beatrice and tbe 
Duchtaa of Edinburgh. But Mr. Bailey 
very modestly baa refrained from stating 
that aa a reward for tuis aoiYioe the Qceeu 
has made bim a Knight Commander of fee 
Batb. The duties are not oneroae; they arn 
mt rely honorary; be does not really have to 
tike oommand of a bath tub and keep bis 
eye on tbe soap and towels. He must, how- 
ever, wear a decoration upon State occa- 
s.ouf , and heareafter, whenever there is a 
muster of the Conoooticul militia, be will 
ba compelled to tdke the field of an irou- 
etad borse, and not only wearing brass trow- 
leje and a galvanized "Shirt, but having upon 
bis bead a helmet, resembling an ica cream 
ttonld. It will bo a grand and imposing 
spectacle, and it will probably be entirely 
fr«e. Those honor* fall thickly upon young 
Americao Journalists. Only a few months 
bavo elapsed sin -e the King of S weden made 
Jclin Ruaaoll Yuuug a Eoigbt of tbe Ordtr 
of the White Elephant, and that nobleman 
bas taken daily exeroise on tbe animal ever 
since. I myself narrowly escaped a eome- 
wbai similar honor. My publishers sent a 
ajpy of my books to every sovereign in Eu- 
rope, Aaia and Africa, and I have since 
la^rned that for their unfortunate mistake 
i*> addressing tbe Imaum of Muscat as "dire" 
insteated of "Serene and Awful Potentate 
,*I ibe Whole Earth," that worthy monarch 
would have made me a Chevalier of tbe 
Order of tbe Pink Hippopotamus." The 
Kabo of EhiV4 is yet to hear from, so there 
bi still hope of something else. I was a nar- 
row escape from greatness, and a larger 
salary; for, of coarse, once in tbe nobility, 
bo man can afford to write for plebeian 
prices. 

Pti.ro Old Proverb* Examined Criti- 
cally. 

'More baste less speed." Try this when 
you are late for tbe train. 

•'A cat may look at a King 1 '— if he be suf- 
ficiently tall to see over the heads of the 
crowd. 

"Birds of a feather flock together." .To 
ii'*t tbe truth of this, join a church ckc or- 
ating party. You will df course find that 
tbe poor curate makes hot love to a penni- 
less young lady, while the wealthy young 
ladies hold themselves proodly aloof. 

If tbe iceberg decline to visit Mahommed, 
tbe oheapest plan for tbe latter will.be to 
eater a pastry-ccok'a shop and procure a 
sixpenny ioe. 

"All is not gold that glitters." No, in- 
deed, eome is diamond 1 

•dairying coals to Newolastle." A neces- 
sary and habitual proceeding, as the mines 
are outside tbe town. 



True riiuu^u. 

A young bootblack observed a neighbor 
Boring wisely over a newspaper, whereupon 
bo addressed bim thus: "Julias, what are 
yon lookiDg at that paper for? You cn't 
toad." "Go away," cried the other, indig- 
ently, "guees I can read; I'd big enufffor 
flat." "B.g enuff!" retorted ibe other, 
scornfully; "dat aio't Duffin. A cow's big 
•nougb to catch mice, tut she can't.'' 



A D ■■iperuie Woiunn, 

Toe Free PresB records the emotions' of a 
Detroit woman who was "sant up for sixty 
day a": "She wildly oalled for poison as she 
was led back, but there was no pciBon. 
Bijah offered to let her swallow the big door- 
key, :he mop, er his. braes-bound watob but 
she finally concluded to wait and let some of 
tbomamb&rs of the Common Council talk 
nM- to death." 



: be Latest Dodge. 
The last way of picking pockets is the 
Quaker City fashion. A woman carries a 
baby into a car, sits down beside her cus- 
tomer. Soon the baby vigorously kicks the 
ffnstomer, and the woman apologizes. Pick- 
pocket gets out of the car very soon, with 
tbe kicking baby and the customer's wallet. 



Sprine Style Hats. 

, beautifully finished and Kr&ceful Id 
•ntf, tbe new Spring Btyleof Hats manufac- 
ture I it "Tbe" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
•fieet (second bat store below Kearny street!, 
;• j'.i-: tha thing to mate a man look a hundred 
r. better. Don't wear a shabby old net. 
The Hat S.orc" for a now onr. Prices 

• . 3-v 

* v.r X5arjj:aln«» In ClptlUnjr: 

□ lv atora in the ctty tbat has tae largest 

t *ud finest Assortment of Men's and Bora 

:, Is tT. Pey?«*r'a Montgomery Av.nn* 

* ; toro. Tif* Montgomery attest, between 

•ton :cd Jackson. Also, a largo as^ort- 

ir't: I M«a*s and Bora' Overcoat* and Cloaks, 

anC ine fleejt ttoct of Gente* Famishing Gocda, 

" .'iieos.etc 2-x 






i" 



mmmmt 



W I Made S*-JO. 

3 buying my bed-room set of furniture of 

t abel x Co., 707 Market street, two doors 

I.«l Tliiri. They sell Furniture 20 per cent. 

an any other deatera. I tried them 

v' • 12.X 

. 

Procn one tooth to a full upper set. Irom $5 

Filling reasonable. By Dr. Croweil, D. 

SO Kearny street. near Market. 2-j 



Melancholy Poets. 

The female poet who writes lor the pa- 
pers poems with melancholy liflts, like, 
"What are Earthly Joys to Me." and "I 
Yearn for tbe Hileneeof the Tomb," c n cut 
away more corn beef aDd cabbage than *Dy 
female that we ever bne* who was t-Lxioce 
to wear a wooden overcoat Ba: iberVi 
never any accounting furtbepean.iaritfea of 
poet*. We know a poet, one of lhe boii who 
writes verses that you'd imagine were wr.t. 
ten by a man who could never Bunila again, 
and whose faoa you'd :hink would be iol« 
emu as an Alligator's, and yet we've seen 
that poet in a orowd singing "Carrv ihe 
News to Mary," and dancing a breakdown, 
and actiugas frivolously as thoogb this was 
a rather good world after all. Ko:wicg 
these things about the poets with whom we 
come iucontaot, we sometimes think that 
some of tbe agonising things which- Byron 
informed os he felt, his saneaticnt.1 seffer- 
iDga, Bnd all that sort of thing, wes pat on 
paper without having over been really expe- 
rienced. The faot is in our opinion ail the 
melancholy and'suioidal poets were shams. 
Men who feel like walking inio ■■&? grave 
yard and lying down and dyiug, or being 
anxious for ineertion in cremation furnace, 
don't go into eating houses aad tat beef- 
steak and onions and drink lager and stag 
comic songs. We have lost all faito in this 
style of poets since a young gentleman 
oame to us one day and said. "I've got 
something here which I'd like to sell you. 
It's a poem. I thiDk its good. Read it." 
We did read. It wa3 the most diBpairing 
howl we ever read. No dog that has been 
asphyxiated at the pound ever cuered so 
sad a yelp. We said it wasn't in oar line. 
He s*id weconld have it for one dtllar as he 
was anxiooB to attend a dog tight that night. 
Wbai a desceuti From Parnateu^ to a dog 
pit! Then we lost our faith in wailicg poete. 

Frett Postage Stamps. 

A genileman who was a stranger in Little 
Bock when to tbe desk of one of the hotels 
and asked if he could buy a postage Btamp. 
The cletk replied that he had none, where- 
upon a bystander took out bis pocketbook 
and graciously banded the gentleman a 
number of stamps telling him to help him- 
self. Tbe stranger took two of them, and, 
thanking tbe gentleman for Lis kiodneBs, 
banded back tbe remainder of tbe tumps 
and six cents to pay for those be had t&keD. 
But the peonies had scarcely been placed in 
the hands of the other when he flong them 
on the floor and exclaimed excitedly, "If 

you were not suoh ad d fijol, sir, yon 

would know that an Arkansian den't ped- 
dle postage stampBl" No apologies would 
be accepted, and the irate man walked out 
of the hotel. 



More Li;: lit. 

Goethe is said, on his deatb-bed, to have 
uttered these words: "More light! Mora 
light I" This is what the real truth-seeker 
is always saying, living or dying. No man, 
not a dogmatist, supposes that he has at any 
time all possible light upon any subject; he 
never presumes, for instance, that he knows 
certainly either that there is or is not a God, 
that immortality is a truth or a fiction. Be- 
lief in what are called "spiritual things" is 
largely a matter of temperament and edu- 
cation; but a truly liberal man will helitjvs 
or not believe in all modesty, well knowing 
that it becomes him not to dogmatize on any 
poiat where demonstration is, or ever may 
be, laaking. Yet be is always desiring, and 
always grateful for, "more light" on any 
and every subject, let it come from whatso- 
ever source it may. 



Spiritual ism. 

Spiritualists have occasion to congratulate 
themselves on tbe endorsement which Spirit" 
ualism has lately received from Mr. Alfred 
Wallace, the distinguished English natura- 
list. In a recent nombercf the Fortnightly 
Beview Mr. Wallace has an article entitled 
"Defence of Modern Spiritualism, " in 
whioh the following explicit and pronounced 
statement occurs: "Tbe f^cts of Spiritua- 
lism are ubiquitous in their occurrence, and 
of so indisputable a nature as to compel 
c miction in every earnest inquirer." 
SpiritoalUm has loog been regarded as a 
heresy by the Osurcb, asd a delusion and 
supc-rstitioc by Science; yet «ho knows but 
but of i his very ''Nazareth" may come the 
lon^-hoped for demonstration of immor- 
tality? 



The Young Stan from tn« East. 

" I'm & stranger In thts ci:y, 
•I'm latvly irom the Ea ', 
And mighty fond of ov- -r 
Where can I «tt a feast 1 
I've bttn to all -he restaurants, 
Bnt nowhere could I flni?, 
A plate of Eastern oyet-r&, 
Cf ihe old*fa$hioned kind." 

"IWoll, I can tell you," ealcV his friend,' 
'"Exactly where 
And where to cot >our oyswrs, 
Direct from wber* they pr<vw, 
Jnet take a stroll down PISE STREET, 
At 419. opposite the Uarket, 
You'll *ee b Sign, 'T3E SADDLE 30CE, 
Tou can't ff.il :o remark It. 

" Emerson Corville keeps tbe plaoe, 
The nest ealoon In town, 
{[here you can not your oysters raw, 
Or fried bo crleo and brown. 
H«'e the l»rgcbt oyster I 
On th*- Pacific Ooa*t, 
■.na (bat b i spa i 
Has ever been hi-: l oa&t. 

" He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease. 
And eat yonr California stew. 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the yoonp men of rtehion go 
xiifiat to tbe SADDLE ROOK, 
To cat their EASTERN OTSTERS 
And drlnfe their Rhenish hoc V 



Dental Wort. 

FOQ FIXEST QUALITY OF W0BS, gO fc) T. 0. JQ6- 

sup, dentist, cot. Butter ~>nd Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. s-u 



Mb. L. -jAixswrre, No. 210 Kearny street, 
Sew and Second-Hand Clothing, of all descrip- 
tions, bought and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. rx 



ReMilRlicences of Julia Dean. 

The Louisville Courier- J turoal indulges 
in the subjoined reminiscecces of Julia 
Dean : "Old Dean was a solid, thiek-set 
Cerberus, and watched bis daughter with 
the austerity of a Crummies and tbe pride 
of a Costigau. He wore a blue coat with 
metal buttons, and carried a silver-headed 
cane, tbe terror of the larks who bong about 
tbe s'age door and box offics to catch a 
glimpse of tbe Fotheriogay. What a girl 
she was, to be sure; a sylph-like thing with 
brown hair aad bazel eyes, which glanced 
from pit to gallery and from^-gallery to pit 
in a ravishing way quite irresistible. All 
tbe beaux and bucks of tbe period were in 
love with her, and tbers was no eod to tbe 
flowers and tbe verses contributed to her 
glorification. She married, aod was un- 
happy; she died, aod is, let us hope, in 
heaven. Perhaps we Bh-juld not thick her 
much of an actress now. £ut she was an 
ornament iu her day to tbe stage, and passed 
through a singaUrly checkered career with- 
out ever bavin? incurred a breach of sus- 
picion or slander. 



Shakspeare's Co-laborera. 

The New Shakepeare Society bas entered 
upon its work with promising vigor, and 
several of its members have brought for- 
ward satisfactory proof that Fletcher and 
Shakepeare together wrote "Henry VIII;'' 
that Sbakspesrd wrote nearly half ot "The 
Two Noble Kinsmen," and introducing every 
character in it; cul that only the scenes in 
which Catherine and Petruohio appear in 
"Taming of tha Shrew" were written by 
Sbakspeare, tbe other scenes being due to 
therecaBter of the old drama, "Tamiug of 
a Shrew." 



OUR BEOADWAY. 

ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 



[From the San Francisco Bulletin, Saturday, April 
ith, 1874.] 

Daring tha lait few rears the great march of 
improvement haioentered on Market Street. The 
Grand Hotel, the elegant building constituting 
the "Naotana," Banoroft'6 magsifioent Btraotare, 
and many others in the immediate vioinity, bare 
givsn a marvelona impetus to the growtb and 
protfperitr of that part of tp<t 'ity. 

The Palace Hotel, w'tb maoy other projected 
improvements, all point with unerring certainty 
where the great tide of trade will hereafter flow. 
Nnmeroaswholeialere and a large number of re- 
tailmerohantshaveBeleoted Market street ea tbe 
basis of tbeir trade, believing it to be the main 
artery of San Franoiaoo. To obtain a good f root- 
age on tbia thoroughfare teems cow impossible, as 
nearly every store, whether modern or old fash- 
ioned, has a rush of applioanta. Mr. P. Beamish 
having thorongblv studied this question of loca- 
tion, soma years ago secured cne cf the elegant 
stores under the Nucleus, and he has recently 
rented the one adjoining, thereby giving bis prem- 
ises a frontage of IS feet on Market street by 18 
feet on Third, or, we might fltate, almost the en- 
tire ground floor of the Nnolene Hotel. We bad 
tbe pleasure yesterday of examining his varied 
and extensive stock, consisting of tbe moat com- 
plete and well selected line of gentlemen's Fur- 
nishing GoudE to be found in this marfcet. We 
also examined a very large and Qne assortment of 
Clothing, both of foreign and domestic material, 
embracing every fashion and style snitsble for the 
present season. 

Mr. Beamish has never carried an inferior line 
of gooda since hi has D»e& in bnsicese, and his 
success &b a merc&aot is owing entirely to the fact 
that ho treats his customers fairly: consequently 
they rent?-.'.- tbeir pstrosa^e. fn aome of our 
stores, a ba7dr of clothing or underwear receives 
thesama treatment as lha hand* of a certain claee 
of shopkeeper, as unsophisticated countrymen 
daily experience oo Ohatbam street, New York. 
ThiB mode of fleecing the public by gaaracteeing 
domestic goods for genuine (-ootch tweeds or 
westEoglacd olotba, h*-» aroua;d the icst mdig- 
sation of our honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish is foremo3t in tbe rack? to lead 
public opinion, and ha- ever made it his etudy to 
carry out his repteaentat ions, bo strictly is every- 
thing oonducted, in bi» establishment, that the 
merest novioe can implicitly rely upon receiving a 
just return for his expecdUure. No second price 
is taken on porobaaas, wbicb indicate a high 
sense of business honor. His entire stock, from 
the tine it beaver cr caasimarB to a handkerchief or 
a package of hose, is sold at a fairliviog price: 
and an offer under that rare ie respectfully but 
emphatically declined. Tbis one price system ie 
the only standard of oommeroial honor. \Ve 
know such etbios rarely find acceptance, with a 
certain class of business men In Sau FcanoisCD and 
other large cities, but still tney that strictly ad- 
here to them invariably euccaed, while tbe others 
enjoy but a modiemm of patronage. We believe 
that tbe mercantile ci 8 <>aea of this country, will 
soon he aroused to the necessity of uniformity of 
prices, and admit the correctness of the doctrine 
merely as a business expedienoy.if not prompted by 
a higher motive. It was not onr intention when 
we commenced to w^'iie this article to assume the 
attitude ef a moralist, bat we think a word in sea- 
son may operate beneficially on quite a number of 
onr shopkeepers and raise tbeir notions of oorreot 
dcaliog to a higher standard. We would, there- 
fore, cbeerfajly recommend all our frieeds and 
readers to cail upon Mr. Beamish and Inapeothis 
flneand matC'ileBS stock of Famishing Goods aud 
Clothing, end we feel persuaded that tbe correct- 
ness of oar adviCB will be folly indorsed by their 
experience. 



^aehincBctufnocl in Orae Day 
And we never disappoint, at the WhEt Cheer 
Laundry. Mo Ohinarrien employed. • 



New Furxilsiiixifir Goods. 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan 
Society, 

Mo. S18 CALIFORNIA. STREET. 

Gnarantee Capital, '£$300,000 

THE DIRECTORS OF THE ABOVES00IETY 
bav- d*r.| a - e a a dividend of nine and *1x- 
tenth" t.9 tJ-lfij pt-r cent, per aanum on Term De- 
pouts, btjg: fijbt (S) per ceo', p«r annum on Ordi- 
nary Deposits, for the t»rm eodirtR J .ne 30,3874; 
free from Federal tax, aod payable on and alter 
Jul* 6. 18i4. By ord*;r. 
jv6-lm. D. B. OHISHOIiW. Secretary. 



to n,:e3T. 

PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 

Corner of Ktw Montgomery and 

Mlulun .'Heel., 

BY THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASONTBLIt BATES, FOB 

Concerts, Lectures or Mass 
Meetings, 

TtaiB Magnificent Bnildicg baa Seating Accom- 
modation for 

3,000 PERSONS. 

And is so constructed that every person la tbe 
Auditorium can tree and bear. 

For particulars apply to 

6UEBIDA2V COSBYSI <& CO, 
SOB Monlbromerj Street, 
je23 Boon O. 



LEAGUE Of^FREEDOM 

THIS SOOIETT WAS ORGANIZED LAST 
Tueadaj June l6tb, b> delegates of the 
"Grocers' Union Trades Union" a-.d "Personal 
Liberty League." Tbe object of the organization 
19 mutual protection against any infrlngemen 1 
up on pereonal rights. Its principal object now ie 
to work « gainst Local Option. At a meeting held 
laet evening the League of Freedom adopted a 
Code of Laws. To-day proper agenta will canvass 
the city for members— they are empowered to col- 
lect one dollar initiation fee and issue Certificates 
of Membership. Certificates of Membership may 
also be obtained at the office of tbe League, No. 
622 Olay street. Boom 9. from 9 a. M. to 4 p m. 
By order of Committee. 

JULIUS BUHLEBT, Secretary. 
je20-3t 



CENTRE MARKET. 

Sutter and Dupont Streets. 

THIS MARKET WILL OPEN 
for business 

THURSDAY, July 9th, 1874, 
And will be Illuminated Thurs- 
day, Friday and Saturday Even- 
ings. The Public are respectfully 
invited to inspect it. w-it 













MR. S. H. MARSH, WHO HiS BEEN EN- 
gsged for many years giving Aluaical loetrnc- 
tion on tbe Pianoforte, Harp and Singing, in tbe 
most di-titguiehed familie* of Europe, India, 
Australia aod Japan, bees to annouoce bis inten- 
tion of reco'vinga limited number of pupils dur- 
ing his r*eidftD0B in Ban Francl«co. Hnv*nK Btud- 
iPd tbe Pianoforte under Bios (tbe favorito pupil 
of Keetbovfn), Jobn Cramer and Kalkbrsansr ; 
tbs H»rn uodBr Baobaa, and Singing with Ferrari 
aSd T. Welsh ; ne bas had fie booor of prodociog 
a greatT number ot brilliant and accomplished 
pupil ■ tban fall-i 10 the lot of most Masters. Ar- 
rangement a as to t^rme, etc , cao be made b* 1-t- 
"■19 addressed to the care of ftbLIS BEAD. Esq.. 
304 California street, or at Gray'a Musio 8K"». on 
Olay street, ban Francisco. 1 6-lm 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 
H. Z-XE3T\rX>£99 

HAS REMOVED FROM THE "RED LION" 
Saloon, No. 19 Geary street, to the "Scotia" 
Saloon, 

No. 693 Sacramento Street, 

Which will hereafter be better known as the 

"Lion and Unicorn!" 

The "Old Sport" will always be on band to re- 
ceive bie former patrons and friends, and serve 
the b?Bt brands of Winea aod Lquori. Also ex- 
hibit a fiie collection ot Sporting Pictures. 

■V FREE AND KASV every Wednesday and 

Saturday Night. Chair will be taken at 8 o'oleck. 

ji7-tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

089 California Street, Corner of "Webb, 

F(A THE HALF YEAR ENDING WITH 
June 3D, 1674. aoivideod has been declared at 
tbe rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term 
DeDOaits and seven aod ono-bulf (T'jl per cent on 
Ordinary Depopitff, fr»e of FedeiaL tax, payable 
on and utter July 13,')S74. 

Br order, LOVELL "WHITE, 

j ,h-lm Uaahier, 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

OF THE 

German Savings & Loan Society. 



THE BOARDOFDIREOrORSOFTHEGER- 
imo Saviuge and Loan Soolety have declared 
the dividend for tbe first half-year 1371 ending thie 
date, at tbe . .ito of eight and two-fline per cent. 
(92 S percent.) per annum on Term DepotiEs »nd 
seven per cent. (7 per aent.) per annum on Ordin- 
ary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after the 15th day of July Ht order, 
)(6-tl5 QOE. LETTE, Secretary. 



4th Of JULY 

Oraucl Oeletoration- 

Everybo dyl aln. formedflh.at at the ol 
dst and no mbe rih reeiecondi tre 
etw ear ese Ilia ffapl end ldo pea b«c to 
rfr ontah lrt»at$1.50. JJ nde rweorf 
romSecnpwardan dev ery thl B(te Ue 
ehe npai eh eapc nnbea tbe aed lciao d 
coi, 

NO. 3 SECOND STREET, 

Opposite the Grand Hotel. jeS-lm 



RE GREAT IOW 

St*! 



PI 



CS-raxica. Succesi 

OF TBE 

SUNDAY EXCURSION! 



Hnndreds Aral log themaelvea of the Grot 

Iadactmeota Offered by the 8. F. & N. P. 

B. B. Oo. to make one of the moat de. 

rightful trips In tbe country, which 

la through the beautiful Sonoma 

and Russian River Valleys. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN FAREsl!- 



Sunday Excursion Tickets t 

KOSAHUf. 

KTiMlM.l 

IIEJI,DIBl'KO, 

SANTA 1IOU, 

eSTiEftTILLE, 

CLOTIiBIIALE, I 
OK IS EH S 

THE B. F. ABO N. P. H. B. 00,. AT TH I 
.aroeBt eoUoft.tiqo of its patroDe, a. well 
tbe pa b lie con er all j, bav&m&d.n great reduetit I 
ia tbeir regular ratve. .e.rindaoe.neott-) Elan . 
aloafste to make tbe moat d.lghttal. aod, wiibul 
the moat Dictnrieqn. nnd fszoitlDK trip to U 1 
Great Natural Wonder ol tbie Ooaat, 



■' 



THE GREAT CEYSERSi 

Via Oloverdale, returning via Oalistoga, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Spring* , 

All renowned Places of resort for Dloasuro 

eeekere. S.F.iN.P, R. f.. Oo. 

connects at Uloverdale vith 

VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S STAGE LIN 



By this route you enjoy a double pleasure '.Hi 
n beautiful trin on ibe day on the etvamer ANl'i 
LOPK tn Dooabne Landtog, nad tben by the cat 
through tbe moot beautiful aod fertile valloya a 
the Oeaet. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS 

PortheRoand Trip, good till the following 
MONDAY MORNING, at the fol- 
lowing rates : 

To Petalama and Kttnui.. 81 5 

To Santa Horn and Bctnrn 3 © 

To fEeald«bDrs aod Return 4 O 

To Olovertfale and Kcturn,. So 

To SkuVB** SprlnicH i»nd Iftetnrn... 5 
Bound Trip Tlchrti to the Gey. 
■era and return, via Cloverdale 

(Good tn October Ulet) 18 

Geyneri and return, via Colli- 

toga v . 10 

To the Geyitn Ml! ee t 

Geysers* Tlu Cluverdale to Calls* 
tugii, to the a' e i rifled Formt 
and return to this ctty (Good lo 

October 81-t) 10 

Rouno trip tickotB to tba Geysers good for tl 
season 1S74 

s n^^rSr atw AN X ELOPE 

Leaves daily (Sundays expected) from Sao Fiat 
oieco at 2:3(1 K -M., irom Krone Street Wharf. 
i>ondaye at 8 A. M. Returning, arrives in 8a 
Francisco Sundiy evenicg. at 7 o'clock. Tiokal 
on board the etuamer. 

*'. B, GERDES, 
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent. 
A. A. BEAN, Sn&'t, 

6£N£KAL OFFICE, 
ma2I-tf 420 Alonturomary Street* 



DAILY LINE 




ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1874, THE 
doraigned will ran his regular line of six-ho 
Concord Uosches between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Si 
phur Springs, 

Concoct ir,-,- with da!ly trains both North and _ 
Having run tbia line for two years without 

accident Ocoarmg, ne ie conUdent he can contl 

tbe same with euu tv to tbe pnblio. 
Through Ticketa to thn Swiniis from San Fru 

oiBOO and all required information may be bad ■ 

SOS Moninomery Street, and i\t thes* 
Jose IKatlroud llepot, Sa» FracclaeOil 
Private conveyance furnished by letter or 

graph. A I lire, s 

Ki. II. liVKK, GUror. 
P. O. Box a», or by W. F . A CQ 
Bey your Through Tiukets and never be dell 

on tbe road. ap& 



S. F. and JS. P. 11. B. Co 1 



ON AND AFTKR APRIL 13, 1874, __ 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt Galloway, Ml 
neoting at DonabUB Landiue with the oars f 
Oloverdale and intennediite «M\tiono will lea' 
SanFr&ocisoe daily from Front Street Wbarf ;■ 
«:■•*« o'clook. Retnrnincr will louve Oloverdale I 
6 A. M. connection at Donahue Landing wit 
Bteamer, and arriving in Saa Frauc.aoo at 11 A B 
8UKBAY BXCUKSIONS. 
The steamer ANTELOPE will leave Front etre 
wharf every Sunday morning, at 8 O'olook, coi 
neotinfc at Donahue with cars for Petalum 
bauta Kobb. Healdiburg, Cloverdale. Retnrnin 
tbe train leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'clook. P. U 
oonneoticg with s-eamer, arriving at San Franol 
oo at 7 o'cluok. Ezcureico tickets at redua 
nt'.H. Unnneotione made with stages for Sonom 
TJkiub, Merdocino and Oleur Lake, 

No freiRbt can be received after 2 o'clock P.] 
For fnrther information apply at Oompiny 
office, -ISA Montgomory street. 

P. DONAHUE, President, • 
F H. GUKDES , 
ap22-tf General Passenger and Ticket Agent 



(TRADE MARK.) 




CATARRI 



=t IB JS/L E3 ID T.T 

IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 
For Sale Everywher< 
CRANE BRIG HAM, 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. je3 



tftO ^AH Wanted a party to invest the abc 
^PA>0\J\J^ amount, it will pay a reoarn of fn 
$10 100 to igi'i.COi) in on« year, tbe beet paying bu 
n-j-'H in Sa,i frAnoisco- J or particulars apply 
S Cor by n & On,, Agenta'G06 Montgomery etre 
~ >m 4>, Saa Francisco. je29-tf 






r.pa Soda » t 



•FAMKLiae o*i«k. 

lnfeor»tinr To*lc. 



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'*•*■ »A» HA1CI1W. THCUDit, /TLT 9. int. 



▼•I. XIX 



tlVERUNO"' HOUSE. 

KnrnKh.i1 Koom- 

■ ITU OH »IV 

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The Playground, Evening, Flirtation. 

THE PLAYCROUND, MORNINC, EXPLANATION. 




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THIS F.V>:NIN<; JCLY 9 

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THE BEST TOM AND JEHRV IN TOWN. 

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THURSDAY WW »• 187t 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

California Theatre. 

The preorat we«k if !*• last bat one o! the en- 
pir.ment of E. A. Sot hero and Miw Minnie Wei- 
too at thii hoos*. To-night **Hem»" wilt be 
pUjed.endto-tnorrowDtaht th# eTMtcfs ent*r- 
Uinment will oon.ist ol "David Garrlck" and 
"DaedrewT ftUrh«d and Bettled." 
Kaffulre*s New Tofatre. 

To-night a treat will be affoTdfd the theatre- 
goers of SanFraociBOo in the firet appsaraoei at 
this nonee of Miss. Irffrtje Lewis, In *beobarao- 
ter of Naomi Tlghe, io Robertson's admirable 
coaedvof -school." which will be preeentsd io 
capital etjie ibroaehool. Mite Lewis hssanex- 
ciUtnt falters picfosiiona! reputation. 

Opera Home. 
Another large aodiencs last night enjeyad tbe 

comicalities of Ben -Jotton, Billy Arlington, Billy 
Sweatnam and Littla Mac, and applaaded to the 
eobe tbe neat song and daooe business of Bobby 
Hewcomb. '"TheGirl witb the Oorl," the "Es- 
••bob," "Who Stole the BaDJo?"and "Uncle 
Eph'a Dream," are among the altraotione to be 
presented thie evening. 
Piatt's HalL 

Both at the iratinee yesterday and last night 
there was a large andirnee to witness the wonder- 
fat performances of tbe Marionettes. The pan- 
tomime of "Little B'd Ridfcg Hood" le He mo?t 
perfect thing of tbe kind ever seen. The ar- 
rangements of the stage are aimirable and the 
changes of scenery are acoomr-liehed with great 
■kill. The programme for to-night appears on onr 
Aral page. 
Bella Union Thealre. 

OsJMandeviUa's character songs, J. A. Herne'g 
clever impersonation of Handy And?, MIbb Alice 
Bo: a' songs, H. R. Amber'* b&LUds, audavaiiaty 
of entertalaiog aots make tip a very a '.tractive bill 
■t thie boose. Harry Oonrtain wiil pot In an ap- 
pearance to-morrow night. 
Buckley's New Variety Theatre. 

"Oakland Guost,"* "1 Oat His Tail Off," Intel- 
ligence Office," aie some of the acts to be per* 
farmed to-cigbt by the ezoeUest company en- 
gaged at this home. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

ftoa Sunday, at 5 P. m , Moos. Esielay will m?.ke 
another grand gas-balloon ascen jioa, for a I went j- 
foar boor's tr'p in the cloacK Piuvloos to which 
tbe n^aal performanoeB will t given in th > Pavil- 
ion. Look ont for a rush. 

AJATOMJOAL HUSIXTM,— One 0! Ir^ fjioe* 
tfiar-ir'A ooUwrticns of ?b? Km a lb« United 
EM***, oomprnio,; i>unixs«U of co.Uy ud bean* 
iltBl Ml model*,, is daili en view (to gentlemeB 
%lit) n Ifca Mceenm on Montgomery. <-.:r«et. An 
Xffl au be DroBt*Wv *r*nt here* 



Boston Oyster House. 

L. O. Pratt, hog opened itall 89 and DO In 
Oontre Maritt. Oyeter^ in Ever; etyle. Chops 
and stakes of the choicest. Ladles private 
looms up stairs, * 



If one wishes to pass an hour or two pleas- 
antly at the game of billiards, no pleasanter 
place can be fonnd in tbe c:tv than Chapman & 
Ten-ill's Billiard Parlor, Northeast corner 
Bush and Eearnv Btrte's entrance on Bush, 
From the window a good view can be had of 
two of enr busiest itrefta Bush and Kearny. 
Local Option not In force; for the best of 
Wines, L'qnors and Clears, are served at the 
bar for 12 Jj cents. 6-i 



Jos GrusxA's Restaurant, at ICG California 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
the public as a place where nice Chops, Port r. 
House eteaks and Oysters la evety style could 
be had. A short time since, Mr. Giusta made 
an addition of a whole floor to his place, 
that he could accommodate families. His res. 
tauraut, as now constructed, can well be called 
a family restaur*!, t 6-m 



Imperial ainit jPYuncn. 

Tbe best of beverages. Try It, Made and 
sold enly by At-aL. TTangnman, at bis sympo. 
siac of fine Wines, Liquors and Segar?, corner 
of Leldesdorff and Bailees streets. Snperb Hot 
Lunoh from 11 to 8. N, B.— Stock reports 
telegraphed directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 2x 



Do Wot. euflor irom corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Ceres, Bun. 
fans, Club said Ingrowing Kails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. fl. Cowan's Instl 
tete, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 8 p.m. We 
rnn*k from experience, having tor ted tbe Doc- 
ter's capability. Deferences *tv*n Ifrecuired. a 



Free and Easy. 

A Vocal and instrumental Concert will be 
given every Wednesday and Saturday evening, 
at 633 Market street, opposite Kearny. The beet 
of talent will oe present. Everybody is Invited 
te attend and will receive go yd cheer and cor- 
dial treatment. 4 p 



Madame Olara Antoula, de Paris, Bu«lnesB 
and Medical Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134% Post street, near Du- 
poot, Correct diagnosis and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations In 
French, German and English. Co 



SCXD.iT MOBNING. 

THODOHTS DUBDiG DIV.SE STBVICE. 

Too early, of course I How provoking I 

I told Ma Just now It would he. 
I might ae well have on a wrapper, 

For there's not a soul here ybt to see. 
There ! aueDelaplalne's pew Is empty.— 

I declare If It isi/t too bad ! 
I know my suit cost more than ber's did, 

And I wanted to see ber look mad. 
I do think that sexton's too alupld— 

He"s put some one else In our pew— 
And the girl's drees just kiUs mine completely j 

Now what am I going to do ? 
The psalter, and 8ns isn't here yet ! 

I don't care, I think It's a sin 
For people to get late to ssrvloe, 

Just to make a great show coming in. 
Perhaps she Is tick, and can't get hare- 
She said she'd a headache latt nlght # 
How mad shell be after her fnseiag 1 

I declare It wonld serve her just rigtt. 
Oh, you've got here at last, my dear, have you ? 

Well, I dOL'i think yon need be bo prond 
Of that bonnet, if Tlrot did make it, 

It's horrid fast looking and lond. 
What a dress I— for a girl In her senses 

To go on the street In light blue !— 
And thoE© coat-fcleevee— Ihey wore them laBt 
Summer— 

Don't doubt, though, thit she thinks they're 
new. 
Mrs! Gray's polonaise waa Imported— 

So dreidful 1— a minister's wife, 
And thlnklntt so much about fasbiou ! 

A pretty example of life I 
The altar's dressed sweetly— I wonder 

Who eent those white flowera for th« font 1— 
Some girl who's gone on the a^Rlstact— 

Don't douit it was Bessie Lamont. 
Juet look at ber now, little humbug !— 

8 j devout— 1 suppose Bhe don't know 
That she'i bending her bead too far over 

And the ends of her switches all show. 
Wntt a sigLt Mrs. Ward is thlB morning 1 

That woman Mill Mil me B9mo day, 
Witn her horrible lilacs and crirasons, 

Why will these old things dress so say ? 
And there's Jsnny Wellse with Fred Traoy— 

She's engaged to him now— horrid thing ! 
Dear me I I'd keep on my glove sometimes, 

If I did bar; a solitaire ricg 1 
How "can this girl n^xt to me a":t so— 

The way that she turns round s^a stares, 
And then mates remarks abcr rt - people ; 

She'd better be Baying cftr prayerj. 
Oh dear, what a dr^afQi i ona B erraon ! 

He must le*,, To n€ar himself talk I 
And It's J^ t 6r twelve cow,— how provoking I 

1 Wanted to have a nice walk, 
through at last. Well, it len't so dreadful 

After all, lex we don't dine till one ; 
How can people §sy church is poky ! — 

8o wicked 1— I think it's real fun. 

—George A Baker, Jr., in Scrilrvr's Monthly, 



Mrs. Partington Convalescent. 

"La, me!" sighed Mrs. Partington, "here 
I tare been suffering the bigamies of death 
for three mortal weeks. First, I was seized 
with a bleed i o g phrenology in the left Hamp- 
shire of the brain, whioh was exceeded by a 
stoppage of tbe ventilator of the heart. 
This gave me an inflammation in tbe borax, 
and now I'm siok with the chloroform mor- 
bus. There is no blessing like that of 
health, particularly when you are ill," 

Oyatera, 

In strolling rannd the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas li><ht, 
Our careless te^t, by chance aid stray 
To wbore a fountain's caa>ieiess play 
Of sparkling waters., made a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen f 
While moFBy gtcne r.nd pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters sciily fell, 
gsde that window seem to be 
aome fairy grotto of the sea. 
Stop," said my friend, "let's go la here^: 
It looss so nice— and try their cheer."^ 
1 "All right," I said, ' "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T,'" 
Ho sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish — 
Said thoy had almost any dieh 
That we might name. We fonnd It true! 
And cooked magmjtenUy, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; Jutu think of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
lon're different from other men. 
They'd clem s and crube and terrapins .- 
In fact, ve- found they had within 
That cosy place ail kindsof game, 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we oould name, 
While every dish waB, I am sore. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
Thai they have here- the beet ice cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "eu;h nice dinners," 
Whoever donbts thie lot him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
and there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go a^am, 
pacific Oyster House, 337 Bush street, above 
■cntgomery; open r&yand Night, 

OHABXaii HAAEE. Proprietor, 



Gas Ma*ctsq's Sxxad Dbessisq— best and 
cheap»ft in town— at Oybter House C72 Howard 
street, near Third. 5 a 



Fre« and 8tr««t. 

Pc. ,9 b*ttt oonfootioury, go to Oantj and 
Wiener's, ll-7 Hemtsomerr St. near Sutter. u 



DBOP IN A2TD BSB TOTTXE ANB GiXE AS 

the Opera House Bar, adjoining .the Opera 
Hooae. line Wines, Liquors and CigaSae. 3 w. 



What OHeer Liaundry "W&prons 
Oall for and deliver ddthes in all p&rta of tbe 
oity. • 



LMyaJ^jUUjla. 



Or. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and as such is 
cow the mo£t jucceE^fnl of any Physician In 
Bin Franc'ecj. OfBce £19 Uacrr,mento street, 
:orner of I^ideedorfl, a few doora oelow What 
Oheer Hous^ t T 

IfYou 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take 
a courss of Bea-wat.r batbB at tbe Sanitarium 
foot of Powell street, North Beach. Exclusive 
department and lady attendant for ladies. Five 
tickets for $1. t 6-q 

Fine Watches 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 
Oallender's, corner of Second and Mission. A 
flee assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call- 
and examine. B-f 



Special to 3-»a<lies. 

For dressmaking in all its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs, J. J. Walker, at 810 
Post street. Terms reasonable. 3.0j 



Mefi-ioal Wonder 

OnresrheBHiatiem, billions pains, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches and pains; All Drug 

gists keep It. 3*b 

Me3>owell» Show Card Wrt-tox 

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THIS AND THAT. 

Generally Bpeskiog— Women. 

All flowere of speech sprioR from tulips. 

What ie there bea-e a cood wife?— A bad 
basbani. 

If ihine enemy wrong thee, buy each of 
his children a drum. 

How to get rich— Learn to live on air and 
sleep on a clothes line. 

An Iowa man bought a light axe because 
bis wife was sick, and couldn't chop very 
well with a heavy one. 

A "monster," in human form, says that 
tbe only time a woman does not exaggerate 
is when she is talking of her own age. 

Chicago has a female sexton, and they 
charge her with reserving all the best graves 
fdryoahg meo. 

A young lady will sail in the next steamer 
from Boston for Enrope who doesn't expect 
to marry a nobleman; another one who i6n't 
going to Italy to study music. 

"Dried tongue," was the answer which a 
minister, just going out to "exchange," gave 
to some one who asked him what he had in 
his carpet-bag, which contained seven ser- 
mons. 

The old superstitious notion that croco- 
diles weep has beta exploded by the scien- 
tists; but it is pretty generally acknowledged 
that sailors have repeatedly Eeen whales' 
blubber, 

Pater families (who believes in the employ- 
ment of women) writes to' ask why joung 
women should be kept out of the pulpit 
while there are so many olds ones let in. 

Lady Visitor— "My dear, do you know if 
your mamma is engaged ?" Little Girl of 
the Period— "Engaged ? Blees you, why, 
she's married!" 

Terrible Child— "What is matter?" Sensi- 
ble Parent— "Never mind." Terrible Child 
—"What is miod?" Sensible Parent— "No 
matter." 

A pap^r says of the air in its relation to 
man. "It kisses *nd blesses him, but will 
not obey him." Bloobs Bays that descrip- 
tion suits his wife esactly. 

"Sweet are the uses of adversity," remark- 
ed Johnny, as bis mother gave him a cake 
of maple sugar to compensate for a fall 
down the cellar stairs. 

Now that tbe word "hymeneal" is so com- 
monly used in reference to weddings, it is 
suggested that births be headed "cry meneal, ' 
and deaths "diemeneal." 

The excuse of a young lady to her minis- 
ter, who caught her napping, was. "Don't 
you think ladies had better be fast asleep 
than fast awake?" 

The coming poet is Napoleon, Ohio, war- 
bles:— 

"Tis midnight, and the setHog sua 

Is rising in the wide, wide weBt. 
The rapid riveiB slowly run; 
The frog is on his downy neat." 



Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Sterett, 682 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Plain or Fancy Colore, are turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, in stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor in 1830, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-cj 



Strawberries: Strawberries 

The Matinee Fruit Store 409 Bush, is the place 
to obtain yonr nice, fresh Strawberries. Parties 
patronizing us will b* promptly attended to, 
and can rest cssured that their Berries will be 
sent home in good condition, ae we have a 
light spring wagon expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your address our wagon will call for 
orders every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Oire ns a trial. 1-f 



Tlie Verdict. 

Half of the beet-dressed gentlemen In this 
city would say, if asked the question whe-e 
they had their clothee made, that they went to 
Baloun & Stouda, No, 613 Washington street, 
and would also advise you to go there if yon 
wanted a per feet- fitting suit made in the latest 
Btyle, from either imported or domestic goods, 
at the lowest price compatible with a good 
garment, 6-m 

Music BCatU CHarms. 

Pianos limed and repaired, at moderate 
prlceB and satisfaction guaranteed, by one that 
understands »he business. Also, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
at 754 Market or 54 Third street, will lecelve 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan. 4.v» 

What.Cheer i_«au.n<i.irv. 

121 Leidesdorfr street, near Sacramento. * 



PERSONAL. 



MBS, M. J. FABBBLL. LADIES' HAIB- 
dresEer, late of I>oHerty'e Hair Store, baa re- 
moved to No. Ol* Keamr street, ap stairs, rooms 
24&Ddi5. AUkiE.d=of hair wor£ made to order- 
feli-lm 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

:iookt«Ueri and a£c£lon«ra. 
H. H. Moore, f "3 Uontiomeir. near Slt-roUinu 

Hatcher*. 
Rati, Fred, Sfcaila 9i to 100. California Market 
Dentiat*. 

BL P- Tone, 6 Mouwomerr Street, 
Davis 4 Cass, 22 Montgomery atreet, oppositet ha 
Lick House. 

Human Hair. 

A. B. Jc Oc. t lltl Sovond itrasi. 



0PIEA I#fll, 

Return of *la.e old Favorite 

33 3SSXV COTTO I%X„ 

And Engagement of the Popular Ethiopian Comedian 

IBIX^LTT ARLINOTOIV, 

Wtio will appeir in conjuncilon with 

MANURE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

?'lm^,oTHtt\i:::-..:::::::;vv.-.vv.vv.-. u- o £ $?$:?& 

!r T .?,I. DNKY W HEN YOO FEEL THAI WAY.'.'.' " Rt !i, (A™», 

VIROINI4 E03KBUD w ir «V£S5 

(ji/iKi ic niriRi <r ' ••■..... W. F. BAKER 

VVnwn «» J,,,., j G RDS8ELb 

Grand Finale THE BLACK BRIGADE 

AKLI>eTOK, COTTON 1KB ENTIRE COMPANY. 

THE GIRL WITH THE GURtJ 

SONG AND UAXCE, BTT THE AUTHOR. HOBBY XEW.'OMB. 

MWS WOULD-HAUL ARLINGTON. 



Mi®! 



Messrs. T^mjjOU and MOU. 

Wr^BTf3LB^THFBANJ^ 

BILL STOLliM BILLY ARL1NGTOB i 

BEN FINDEM BEN OoTTOl 

^IT^rl^l«AC^S^ESSEWcSr 
G. S. KMIGHT in his spGcialties^ 



OVKKTCBE.. 



..OBCHESTKJ 




I>OOE OXTX- for THE ETJfctST APPKAKANC 



SAM RICKEY, Waster BARNEY and Miss LULU DELMftY 



PIPEB1 OPERA 



JI. 



YIROTICIA. OiTTT. HKVJiD£L> 

JOHN PIPES PEOPBIEJOb 

TH1B ELEGANT THEATRE OA.N BE RENT. 
ed bj tbe nighc or wee:-:. Stars e.nr trAvel- 
ing compaoiea Liberally treated wltb on arpl ication 
to J<fllA TIPEB, 

M*ni,^urana cole i'Tour^to? 
Or to .7. H. «cOA»r), 
]023bl SS« Bush Btreat. Ban Franciaoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACEAMKSTO, 

TO HJESWTT, 

BY THB HIGHT, WEEK OK MONTH.FBOM 
April let. For terms, apply at the Theatre, 
or by letter to "W. K. MORROW, Proprietor. 
BHiamenM. 

K. B.— I have Boaathorized Agent anywhere. 
mhSi.tf 



OPERA HOUSE. 

SAN JOSE, CALA. 

THIS BEAUTIF0L AND HEWL-Y RENO- 
Tated Theatre is to bo let by the Nia ht. Week 
or Month, at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tf G . BROH ASEA, Proprietor. 



OR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL WUSEUfc 

And OoHese offHC«aielne. 



ive objects to be Been. Qpon bo th< 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUKEKA «*■•? 
SIS McDCKonjcry street. FOR MEN ONLY.. 

b^-Dk. Jobdah's Pstvats Oyfuje is at *ai 
Gearj street (opposite old Mechanics' Paviiios). 



NcDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

OPEN THE YEAR ROUND WITHAFIR8' 
olaes Variety Oompaay. Variety Artie 
c»mipgEaet can at all times seoaro First-Ola 
eogagem i nts. Moat be artiaia of aoknowledg> 
ability and have good wardrobe. None otbers ne 
apply. Address JAMES MoDANIEL, . 

Proprietor' 
Lock Box No. 1. Cheyenne. Wyo. Ter. _Jj 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOTTQf 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

THIB POPULAR THEATRE HAS B. 
recently refitted and decorated. First. 
Dramatic Companies or Dramatic Stars CO! 
Bast will be treated liberally npoa applici 
either bj telegraph or in pereon. ^ddresi 1 
commnnications to JAMES MoDANIEL, 

Proprietor 
Look Box No. 1. Ohejsnn ,Wjo. Ter. I 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTW8 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LAWE8 PBEPAKSD for the STAOE. 

PRIVATE THEATRI0AL8 AND AMATEUR 
performances directed, byala'lyaoct gentle- 
man of more than ordinary experiencff. For par- 
tioalaro Apply to SIR. J. H. MoOABli, 

Theatrical Agent. No. U8S Bush street. 
delO-tf San braoeiaoo. 



THOB. W. BREK & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 



: 'i.NTFACTrJEERt; 

— Airn— 
KBFAIHBB8 



40 OHUMS.BflUJOS. 

^C^ —AND— 

Gold and Silver 

1&-L*£*onr eivpn yn the Banjo and Ihrtun. .«*» 
MlfiyiO^ SVuEiTr, bstwoen First and Seooai. 

F B.— Kise-tonod Silver Solo Banjoa for Prft 
twionrUa alwars on hand. ( *1* If 



Platers. 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



GEORGE M&YES. 

\¥* LKB IS OVSTEltS. OLAM8 



COLD-ROOM VARIETiGl 

sixteenth St., Chey- one. WjoiiiJng,, 

JAME W ALLEN ....Prop] 

JOHNW. DUN-K BnaineBS M 

HARRY SPRIGOh Stage M 

HASJTHT HKSN SKFITTl 
and reopened for the Fail and Winter St 
eon with a flrat-.i.i^ i;omnany, embraoinK Ua 
Spriggs, tne srfit eli-Lracter actor; Harry h 
raine, btllf Foreet. Xt. J. W Dnnno, Miae Lt 
Hail, Mies Mir..-"/ •avis, Miss Nellie Seymoi 
Mies Jennie Log&r>. I'f.ink Holley, Oeor^e Tob 
and Uharlee Miller, ana s fall and efficient 
ohestra, 

■9* Lady talent ooaiing East can always mci 
engagementa by applying toJ.W. ALLEtt.P 
pnetor. CJUOD SaL» KlES PAID. 



& 



v«r J a.:c^rTKix>, 



McDANIEL'S THEATB 

CHETISVE, W10UV«, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMB 

■VTalent eoiag East will find it to their adr ' 
tago before leavinR California to correspond w 

J. HcDAXIXL, 
nu9 Look Eox Ho. 1. Cheyenne, Wyommt 



The Celebrated Pan Roa 

Either Oaliforniuor Eastern Oystere. 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Stalls 57,58 and 59 OJ ; tornia Market. 

(Entrance on Pico Street,) 

•W* L amiliee and ReBtanrants supplied at si 

notice. delM 



% 



MORACKAN& LYNCH 

DEA'.ERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAM-i «nd all kinds, 
of Shell Fisn. bull «« California) 
Market, San Fnnoiaoo. >pen Day 
and Night. Families, Pcbl.jand Pri- 
yate Parties, ^hi ^ ■Dins: and 

Restsnrsnta Bnptf 1M 



J. 01 COMBES, 
TEl^RA PIN JUUNC I 

Cor. Seeoi. il ucd Teb'ima atreet.. 
tV*Terraptxl oomtantly on b 
ZOjtv&n ia e.e^ BtTle. PBIV 
»SUPPKJ1 BOOMS FOB PABT 
diol 



HAKNIHG'S OYSTER GROI 
Resort of trie flespeotability. 

JOQ PINE ST.. below KEARNY. 

Manning Pan Roast 

.-^ .■a.a»..g»! m»rci. 



lllty. I 
SXl .1 






to 

4 



...1KIDT1 



BO-JK GLOVES 



■E i WIIKTO. 

• •• ma>n • t 



M l If » 




*i%*> iHteaif yf n 



~ BBlHB>B.t IMI 



IA* ruwODCO mi DAT. IDLT IU. 1«0« 



T.I. XIX. 



•10 to ego y*r Ygtata 

WEST FHcThoT 



»w^» »«. n,.,. 



■l«ll. 



[[$ CALIFORNIA THEATRE 






S«mi»i M raise Jui% l.'th, |«?4. 
EXTRA lVIO-XXT 



MM*w> Ua t, 



CI LIT OR Nil TH1ATRI. 



Of Ik* aaaftlalf M * n — f»l h^»n< ft* 



MARIE AIMEE 



behvhtj^it 



JULIEN OESCHAMPS 

a »J wit* i be iMMa« •** 

■ a. * •«« » »fi *f. MAVIROAIOAIK, 
AK Mill! Mi: I 

M-eare. MAKM a -*d DATIK. 



• *ui 



MM« with 

Dans du Coton. 

CcB«d!. »n I Act' «e LABUERT THIBOF8T. 
""»l< « I I r u 1111 AIM I I 

itipruLTTi ri.im« <h.t u»mm. 

V. Jl'I.IKB DK8CI1A1IFS 

Tg hr .'Ollo»,« by lb, following 

I IV T HR X_ XT X> E5 ! 

OOXrCREXOI SUE L'HOMMK »>>■.<'*. DrAtaa. 

T«4'A Dtt»»«rili. M. Jl'LlKN DB3CUAMPS 
"L ARDITA V1L-I. -Arolli....b, MADAME FetAKZUlI 
"DUO 1*. BELIKAIRR -Doe».ltl 

— n» a. miu *•< Madame, rkixzihi 

SWOB ABOLAM Id IUI 

kt M Jl 1.1 RN DK90HAMP8 

CIIAJI.OB.TTTB Dj MADAMB MARIE BRIOr 

TA* l» tir MARIE GAUSAIR 

ToeoaftioA. wllo lb* Vint B*.r**e.tetloa of th. Op«relt. 
la on. Act by J. Offenbach, eolltl.i 

LISCHEN and FRITZCHEN 

!.!»• II r> MTI.I.r. HAIia AIMEE 

FRITEUdE* M0.18. JULIEK DBSOHAMPS 

Box OfiEloo No\jp Open. 



riRAT ArrtARA>ci nil rbabux ur 



net Wcok of 

Miaa mi iv re i ei -w >m,ton. 

trii ivi — .■■■..■■■ ravr 10 

tlMtliiliiUilMiu Jail III . . Ill M [ i iw M TOM ■OBnTBaR « BM*tllml CMvji, 

DAfIB .6ARRIGK 

Wrl 1^ for MR. BOTHER*. «rb "1 rV" N M. Orl IneJ Oh.r.tl r of DAV1 ' ( MtRIlE. 

DAVID CARRICK MR. dOTHERN 

II RUT »D"AH n 

K)l .K| l HkVt' ■..'U; 1 

Hk .fn^i - J 

HH, r** K. N lUATVR 

MR HK * ■ Hi- R, 

THOMAS . MUKKY 

IfcUTruiWn 

» \ IHGOI MUS mIMtIK v 

MR* iMirH .... II'PAH 

MI8» AKAMIIfTA BROW* MK^ " K saIWDIRi 

To wmrlTid" with tbe Wild Absurdity In one lot, entitled 

Married and Settled. 
LORD DUNDREARY MR. SOTHERN 

SIR EDWARD TRKRIIiARD S WALTER y. L'HJS 

ABKL MUKOOTT - R'JBKR ' ParRMAN 

UK.10U KL> JOHN WILO.N 

HIMNKY ». l». l.KAOH 

■•' — W BAKKY 

bi.'pdh; ombk - a-s—JI; P.'.'*" 

DE BOOTS B.J. BUCKLEY 

LADT OLNDRBART OH MIS5 MINMK WALOH 

LADY TKKNUMARD .. . X«S C. K. SAUK IEH. 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY II, 1814, 

"HOME" MATINEE! 

MR. SOTHERN as COL. JOHN WHITE 

The 8TBINWAY PIANO nstd oo this occasion 1b kindly loaned by M. GRAY, 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

Kjmtmr ■%»■», --tw Witt &«•«•- 
rwtMi n nw H.i-ixf r-'i i bVi/ac* Mb****- . J Vt>i«4Ml 

■ M-Mal-M ilcXM* of Ik* &l*t1Af«Mtk«« 0wa*t-«»4vr, 

Mr. J A3. A. HE RIVE. 

Who vtll tpptar m 
CAPTAIN OTJT"TXjjEJ. 

"Omtllliw DUMRlt AMD BOB, ill «!.•» fow«> 
It* r " B*M 4»4lo Ul.vlAd AB4 .t.f I. r u ltBLLA 
VXlOM.- 

' •*■.- — 1 >■»- 

hlUi m »C lb. R wM m . . 'Mliu ul 

Ol- rtvacit*. 

1IAUWY GOUBTAINJ 

Who bM rroalMd. u 
JVII^ TOOTBB. 

**Ti«li«*rBp.lik.«i«- to »it»4 t i-»ud-Do-.j%j~w«U— 

II ■ ' t BO eOBW^OaQO*. ' 

THIS EVENING 



JUXY IO 

Tlao ISrforata** trill o*itun*fio« will 

MALE ANO KEMALR MlNStBELH, 

Ti«tKr. MATT. KKIXT 



ISTthLPDB. 

M-lll-^. .WAT, 

TWKNTT TEAKS AOO. 
Ant.*'. ...... «| RfM 



'•IBjIf ••»■ 

Wnng uaa ■>•&■<< 



•§•..■.■• Koiir 

..AwUl« NnbloaM 
..Mntrtrt* III Clautr 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Matdrvilla Aed 



otRiO-flOMIC I0NII 

''»«rftV».. _. 



M|U ALU 



Hum 

II OU 

Btwin 



Aft -r wnioh will b« prvda o • Lb« QioAt Oomct y 3 

D 0MB W[ and SON 

• 'APT, tl'TTLE Mr. JAM H** *. II ' KJir 

MR. TOOTS HitMMYOOl k'AiNB 

Mr Domr>*r .. I. W. .-nBamara Sol. Gila r It.rioa 

ttalMr 6a| J . Br.u Maj. J :u H*f iwct. - .1 Mbtaj 

« b tbn On dtr., Sniii K Vii tib 

lauk BoDabr «'»l M>dio*IU 

BrORl«i . .Tobb *■ .idard 

• I'nAS wlPPEM Mil. JE.MV1L JUIl>Mt#N 

Itdilli Or«DC«r Miie Majtaira 

pl-ronc* Domk'T Hui L*n» "-new 

«n. SkiHMn... raw, ilnokT 



OTi't i un- 



jsr^R^A'Dk^ 



■ > i 



" a 



BUDGET OF FUN « MUflRAT 

FOUR OLD MAID*. 

k.l'.y Barton 8amm*rs And Bra* 



SERIO-COMIC OEMS- 

□oiiii and Dnace 



ALICE RQU 

•■i* BoblnawM 
■fae Noneri 



To oonolado with the Oomlc Skei^ti of THE 

Hotel JFSxxn.xa.ors* 

Ctaaraoters by Bftrtoa, Kally, Bret, MasdeTtlle, Archer. 
Uaiflt Kelly and Oompaor. 



"THE VILLA," 

AttAt ftvw 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Boildia* barla* Jaat been ooraplated, ia 
oow throwDopao to toepablio. TBa hoaa« ia ala- 
C»AUy fanianad. and bava 

Four Pul>lio Parlors, 

-AJTD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Tbe wboUbeiajEbnill. d«i Ilk* a pnbllo hotel 
bat u it m Hamad 

An Elegant Villa. 

^Tba Villa" la :o«mted at tbe laet or ooMh-wMt- 
ers rai# of the P*rk. 

Bpicir«an art ikfaNte, Eturjara and Bnppera 
prepaxed oo tha ilorteai notice. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRIETOR. jr-IO 



FB££ A-IVU EASY 



AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

SALOON. 
■e. e*a ucbabut. stkekt, 

(K-owo u tba OBIOAOO BEER DEPCT.) 
Everr Batnrdnr EvenlDB ttt 8 o'clock. 

CITIZENS IX GENERAL. AND ALL AUB- 
Iriit.ni uid N,w ZMliDd.il ir, Inrttod to 
•ttrad.Aoil.ro «MQr«d. of A be.rtr woloo-n» .ad 
■ood obo.r. A o.bltal UOI' LUNOH eervi..l o.er, 
dir lo tb. w..k. GEO. B. AUSTIN, 

Ml-ti Proprietor. 



Attention, Wood Livers' 

\TR. P. BBBORB. FO&MBBLY 

-'A. proprietor of tho Mlnere' Bee- 

learest, haa uken the meBAffement 

of both the Mtoara' RonrAnrant oh 

QoaetmereieJ aueot aac the MiDore' 

Areaoh oo Market »lr» ,;.. Onr BiIIj of Parv 

imlv-oe ail tbe delloaoiee of tbe aaaaon. 0<u 

isotto pb "Good .Vara, Oood OookiQK»nd M^sitM 

ObAnee." 

r. BEROKii Ai CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT. 

■SOI end JMM UommeroiaU tn* 
?0v kUrkekatrao',. 
Ogam rora ^ A.M. tolO Jjkt. ae'28-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

R'iR WASHINGTON ST., 
UOU bUMK».raoi. PRICES , 
BEDUOED. B»tb<, li oaot.. * 
BbAVleA, M Htto, Hair Oot- 
unt, •& cent*. Sb.Bpooiof , ■£& 
cratA. UHluUxl B.UU. JOHN GRKIF. 

U3-U 



P. H. McCANN. 
PRACTICAL HATTER, 

• Xo. as Tklra Brfrcet 
BatwMo Mirk. I m MIhIod itrHU. 

IH A VB JUBT RETURN ED FROM THE EAST 
frith An ratlr. a.w .took of obolo.it bAU, 
sudo to ord.rln tot N.w KHtorm Itilos: 
AUU-lat. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

DBAS. L. STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street. 

Betweeo California and Pino. 
This etflsant roaort, baa lately been enlarged, at i 
nowoontiurje A now Bevel tables. The beat. Liino > 
and Oicare at the Bar. Five largo finely f nralshai 
roorne. for clubs and private partiee on their ow: 
tenno and rolee. jo7-3no 



FIGARO 

CLBODL4ATK8 as house programme IH 
erery Theatre and to every place of aroa.Be- 
ment In Su rraooitco- 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN! ~SURG.NG BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, MONSTER SEA LlONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers, 

UR1NG YOUR WIFE! 

BIKING YOUR FAMIX.V1 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIENDS 

And enjoTe view of tbe Uneat OOEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THE WORLD, nil In eight of 
the world-renowned 

Golden Gate. 

With e fleet of whrae- winged moetiengere entering 
from aTorj part of the commercial world. 

t9*New Line Bnsaee, eoaneotiog with Screet 
Oars at Lone Monntain every Id mLnateo hereaftei 
for the Olitf Hooae jyl-tf 



Grand Duke Alexis 




8. W. DENNIS, 

Dentist, 



HAS JUST RETUBNKD FROM 
tbe Kaar and rearuned the practice 
of hie prefeeaifln, etbifformer offlco. 

08 KKABKT STREET, 

6am FBANCISOO. mj7-tf 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

TUTS HOUSE, BEING OENTHALLY ^ 
located, near all the principal Hotels, llL-? 
Reitaarant) and places of Atntiaement, RB) 
Btrangere can find good, eomfortabla, pleas- J * COJ - 
nt and elegant rooms at reaeoaable prioee. 
0024- tf 



DR. O. O. O'DONNELL, Offlce eed ReiJdeso 
sas Kearny, near Jaokeoa, npeteira. Grad- 

QAte) of Dartmonth Oollege , and late Borgaoo In 
the U.S. Army. Treat* offloe paUanU fora fee 
of *1 ; ViatU, »1 W: Medicines free; Ubatalrloal 
oaWilU. fe»-tf 



THE DEPOT OF THE GRAND DUKE AL- 
exla Ties, -cotcb Oo 'enwa Gaiters and French 
Ties (or G'nta and Boys, ia at P. Kelly's, the 
Prize Bootmaker. 

4i» Uaao of the above goode now io store, and 
will be eold at Eastern ptieee. 

Persons reeiding ,u tbo conotry deairons of ob- 
tainioff prrleot fitting Boots and BhooB, can send 
for P. Kelly'e Oiroular.con i-n'nmp bis new method 
of DOlf<ioeaBQremont and list of ooetom prlcee. 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BTJSH STREET, 

Uet, Montguitori and Kearny. 
je23 



FOR 53 J fik.T_.3£?. 



FW VA OCTAVE 



PIANOrffTl 

WILL BE 

SOLD at a, BARGAIN, 

Ob Aooou t of d.pArtaro [rom tbe Stat., 
OAll, or Addr«>. 

♦FIGARO" OFFICE, 
S82 Merobant St. 

mais-tf 



To the Unfortunate. 

1»K. vIBBON'» DIlPKArSABT. 

BU. **8 KEARNY STRKRT, OOR- 
ner of tommercial, San Franoiscc 
hntranoe on Oommeiclal utreet. Ustab- 
llahed In 18-54, for rhe treatment and 
care of all diseases 'if tbe orinary and 
__ nonerative o'KIaOs, nvd all physical ood- 
dit>i-u'fir wnnkoesH coDneQaenl upon tbe error, 
or ignorance of to-* aexes. afclndisense (of years' 
uU;,Oing) a^.d olo*jr^tod leu" snoceps'nlly treated. 
'J'fcn MOk ani in« atUivtfd -'.f iM cot fall to call 
Opon him. The Doctor h»* ttavel^d eilonslvaly 
in Enrope. and inspected thoroughly too various 
hospitals thi>r«, cbt»iniDg a great deal of vainable 
information, whloh jo m uompetentti injpart to 
those to need of M» eervioes. Dr. Gibbon will 
makf no eb*rgo nnlf-» bo f-H'«cf..i a care. Addreae 
DR. J. F. GUJBOi, Bo* 1941. »in l-'ranoitoo. 
no'.'.-^-t.' 



TO THE LOVERS of SONG 

AND SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 




PROGRAMMES, 
And .11 kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



QHARING 



nitable nlniTatmno fcr ccodaoUH 
-K AND EASY at Lur> 

▼ NEAR SECOHB, 



606 MISSION 

We intend mooing it »s of yore— S - u I 
wayB onr motto, Polireness and Fair D < 
role. Grand openlns Snt.nn.lay May 30i , i 
nod Easy every Saturday daring tho bra 
old patrons sod the pnbiio in gt*Dt ml are 
Invited. Obair taken by oar old oh 
F. PHILLIPo at, S'olocfa sharp. 

VAOLK8 A 



SECOMB. 

bill if ai- 
ling oar 
574, Free 
ion. Omj 

yordialhj 
man J 



OR. WILLIAM S. DAVIS & G A. CASE, 

3T3 3E3 IO" 1" I «» "a.' J3 ♦ 

19 Montgomery 4tre«t, 
Opp. Liok Honee. 
Dentistry mall its bra-iohne, at re&eooable ratep. 
oxhJO-Sm 




tewebrng beginnerf. 



CLAT- STREET 

RIDING ACADEMY, 

suit ciity street, cor. 

■toehton. 

This ia the moat elegant 
end oommodlons Riding 
Academy In the oity ; open 
day and evening. Partic- 
ular attention paid to 
jaZ7-6ni 
A. MARSHALL, Proprietor. 



2uT.TX.3XO TATJGr] 

1NBTRU0TION OK THE PIANO. 
Goiter, Aeoordeon, WoUr and Oil... .. 
Paintlag at prioee to enit olroamatanoas, 9m% 
LeafODWortb. between Geary and CfFarreK Sna.. 
tbroogh en aroh, flrat honia: papila without in 
at mmenU OAB pTwotloe n*n ; leeeooe at reeldenca 
If deatred. . ,d. ]e3-U 



COal I Ooal J 

BERRYfV!AN A DOYLE, 
COAL DEALERS. 

Office. : Wliolp.uk, Bulkhead, 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 4 1 3 and 4 I 5 Pacific St., 

Above Sanaome. 

SOLE AGENTS ?0K 
NEWPIIBT COOB BAY fOAL CO.. 

And Dealer. ID all Deeoription. Of 

JToreiKTi and Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

sp]8 P. O. BOX 1««B. 



California Ahead of the Vorltl 

IN 

WOOLEIL GOODS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IR IN RJ OICIPT 01 
Blankets. FlenneV Horse-BUnUttinic, ate 
direct from tbe Mills, and will sell in lou toeill 
Depot, AO New Montgomery street: 
no28-8m GEO M. MAIN, A.g«n,t. 



$300,000 O 

TO IiOAN! 



JOHN X. LITTLEJ 



SSO Monnt»nn-ry Strce 
my8-tf 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD. .. 

GOLD AKD SILVER THEA !CAl| 
TRIhlNIINGS, 



No. 19 Montgomery Avenue. 
hl.tf T. BODOBKH JO 



. F. 

ON 



FRED. KATZ, 
BEEF ANDPORKv 
BUTCHER, 

6U1M B4 to ISO O. a. Market. 

ajar Tb. mortpoooiAr F.m.lr .tona In the oit#. 
QCU-3at 



3NT O TI OU. 

Gray's Music Stores] 

6!83, 635 CLAY f-TRBBT. 

IN ORDER TO ACOOMMOHATK T"K POBLlfl 
and the mniloal profes*io- . (KaY'.-, MUSlfl 
stores will hereafter olose at, 6 P. M. icstr-ad off] 
P. M. a»f»rm*riy. i.>al9-lnt| 



CANDIES 1 CANDIES1 

3VT . -A. . 33tfX brc <.^: 

Menafaotnre« every deaoriptioo nf 

■JAMUIJES. VFboleaule wd i:* tu,)L 

SIS Kearny S:.. betweeo Nacramrno and < 

fornia and IS? Beoond -treat b^'w 

and Natoma 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

paROamSSIONALLY KNOWN AS ■'LIT 
JTlitTiWlE'-ThlT Jnvwnal. acta*** with 
London Btar Company. Jaa% beard of to the 1 
Indies, la Inpiored to wnte to hsr mother In Bel 
Trenoteoo, Oellfomia. Theatrical lennuueen rej 
qneeted to make ft note of tola. Iftl3-tf| 



T4M JOBBHAL 0» AMOSKMBBIS. 
'aWiahafl •▼•ry Uv In the Year br 



:j »«i and MC Wuklnilo" «■ 
Below Montgomery, Ben FranciBOo. 



JOD&T 



.JULY It, 1874 



Vp> mmd Down in Japan. 

Xhe Japan Mail aaya: 

On of fortane'a freaks is related in c ne 
•f the native papers. A samoarai, whose 
Woe ie uncertain, tired a jinrikifiba, toe 
4nwer of whiob was bo weak that be exoifed 
tfc» indignation, of bis fare. Added to r bis, 
fetufor in irately managed to drop bis shafts 
Md tha rider was thrown oat npon bid htad 
ssd rolled into a paddle. Full of wrath, 
fl»aaxaoaiai utrucK him severely. The pojr 
Jkilow apologised in vain. Tbo samourai 
ctanaed at biro; and, asking bow be da p ed 
iainlt bim by keeping his head oovt-red 
whilst be spoke to bim, be seized the blue 
Jujidkerchief with which the man's bead 
wa* boand, and pulled it off. No sooner 
lad he dace so, however, tl ai he repent! d 
tif his ferocity. To bis surprise he diecow 
•red in the poor weak jinnkisba man bis 
farmer master, who under tbe Tycoonate 
vaa a batamcto. Tbe samonrai had loog 
"bfrwi looking for him; and, notwithstanding 
tbe awkwardness of tbe circumstances, he 
■bowed great joy at tbe discovery. He offered 
Iran all tbe money he bad about him, and 
jBTTted htm to accompany him home; tnd 
ken tbe our ain falls, bo tar as tbe public 
■re concerutd 

Tiis sort of thing is not so likely to hap- 
pan in the United States aa in Japan. 
A »an meeting a former boss in indigent 
ebouXeStancss in New York, Boston, or San 
Vrwcisoo, would not, as a rule, offer bim 
all the money bo bad about him. Japan is 
at jwsent not quite "civilized." 

WW Rationalistic Beecber. 

Aod now Mr. Beecber has said another 
startling thing. Recently, in a sermon, he 
JaaM out that tbe story of the Garden of 
Eden was a parable, and that tbe view tbat 
wa are held responsible for what Adam and 
lu wife did is so contradictory of God's 
jntiice, that no man should regard it but 
with repugnance. The men, too, he said 
who believe tbat tbe world was made in six 
awya are brothers of Egyptian mummies, 
and the mammies are the best men of the 
two! Only a little while ago be said that it 
Jns not been the Church that has preserved 
the Church; and tbat organized Christianity 
was been the poorest part of religion! Really 
another Council ought to be called, whieh 
fibroid make short work with Brother 
Batcher. 



A Saut Jose Benefit. 

The dramatio performance for the benefit 
ef tbe Louisiana Sufferers, came off at tbe 
©per* House last night. The " Ootoroon " 
was performed. The evening's receipts were 
$167.20, expenses $193.85. "Mayor Murphy 
has consented to take charge of the funds 
and forward them to their proper destina- 
tion." This is what the Call's San Jose oor- 
mpondent observed before the "benefit" 
aaats off. We hope the Mayor won't send a 
requisition to the Louisiana Sufferers call- 
ing on them to make up the difference be- 
tween expenses and receipts; We hope tbe 
Baa Joia people will let them off. A "ben- 
aSt" in Ban Jose 1 Ye gods. 



K«W Music. 

We have received from the publisher, M. 
0rar, "How He Loves me Best," a ballad 
words by H. Saville Clarke, music by Dea- 
mood L. Rtao. 



TTUe Verdict. 

Half of tbe bett-dreseed tentl'ineajQ f.ie 
city would say, if asked tbo qqestlo.. whe*e 
ifeer had tbeir clothes made, thac they weotto 
Balonn & Stouda, No. G13 Washington street, 
aid would also advise you to go there if yon 
waat?d a perfe.-t-fittfna suit made in the latest 
style, from either Imported or domeetio goodp, 
at the lowest price compatible wiih a «ood 
f»rsatnt, 6 m 

KSprinflj Style Hats, 

3Jght, beautifully finished and graceful in 
aaepa, the new Spring style of Eats manufac- 
tared At "The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
Street (seoond bat store below Kearny street), 
is jut the thing to mate a man look a hundred 
> r cent, better. Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
Go to "Toe Hat Store" for a new one. Prices 
reduced . 8*v 



Sreat Barjjalns in CLothln«: 

Tbe only store in the city tbat has tbo largest 
ahMptat and flneBt assortment of Men's and Boys 
nothing, is H, Peyser's Montgomery AvfcDue 
'Stotbing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Wiibragton and Jaokson. Also, a large assort- 
BMBtof Meo'B and Boys' Overcoats and Cloaks, 
aod the finest a took of Gents' Furnishing Goods, 
Iraska.YaUBes.eto. 2-z 



A Pieakunt location. 

eorsonB desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
o>«trAl location, should visit the Albambra, 
and inspect the fine saites of rooms to let there 
Tbe buUdinfl la a very fine one and is well 
Uffuted «sd ventilate d. 



How X Made S»0. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J, A. Shaber k Co., 707 Market street, two doors 
from Third. They Bell Furniture 20 per cent, 
abeaper than any other dealers. I cried them 
all. 12-x 



F>ee an. A Easy. 

A Vocal and Instrumental Concert will he 
atvsn every Wednesday and Saturday evening, 
at fS3 Market street, opposite Kearny. The beat 
at taltn . LI oe present. Everybody 1b iovlted 
to attend and will receive good cheer and cor- 
dial treatment, 4- p 



Madame Olara Antonia, de Paris, BusinesB 
attA Medl'.-.l Olalrvayant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134% Poet street near Dn " 
peat, Correct diagnosis and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations 1b 
French, German and English. 6-o 



Tbe Good Fellow. 

We wonder if "The Good Fellow" ever 
mietrnsts his poodures, or ro^liaes how eel- 
fish, bow weak, how unprincipled, and how 
bad a ftllow ha truly is. He never regards 
the coDfi*qneno6 of his act* as they relate 
to others, and especially thoBe of his family 
friends. Little fits of generosity towards 
them are euposed to atone lor all his mis- 
deeds, while he infiiote upon them the dis- 
graces, inoonveniences, and burdens wbich 
attend a eelfiBhly dissolute life. The invi- 
tation of a friend, the taunts of good-na- 
tured boon companions, tbe temptations of 
jolly fellowship, these are enough to over- 
come all his scruples, and lead him to ig- 
nore all the possible results to those who 
love him best, and whomustcare for him in 
siokneas and all tbe unhappy phases of his 
selfish life. 

The Good Fellow is notoriously careless of 
his family. Any outside friend can lead 
him whithersoever he will— in to debauch- 
ery, idleness, vrsabondsge. He can aBk a 
favor, end it ; s dooe. He can invite him 
into dieerare, and he goes. He can direct 
him into a job of dirty work, and he 
straightway andertakes it. He can tempt 
him into any indulgence which may suit hia 
vicious whims, and, regardless of wife, 
mother. Bister, who may be shortened in 
their resources so as legitimately to claim 
his protecting hand— regardless of honor- 
able father and brother— be will apend his 
money, n a*te hia time, and make himself 
tbe subject of constant and painful anxiety, 
or an nominated nuisance to those alone 
who oare a straw for him. What pay does 
he receive for this shameful sacrifice ? The 
honor of being considered a "Good Fellow" 
with a set of men who would not spend a 
cent for him if tbey should see bim starving 
and who would laugh over hia calamities. 
When he dies in a ditch, as be is most likely 
to die, they breathe a sigh over the Bwill 
they drink, and say, "after all, ho waa a 
Good Fellow." 



Tbe Comet. 

An exchange says: The comet visible is 
the one which appeared in 1836, and wbich 
created sach a sensation among tbe super- 
Btitious, who looked upon it as the one 
which was to take an aotive part in reducing 
tbe world to ashes and npaetting the people 
who inhabited it. It was an erratic orb 
which changed both its position and ita 
shape. Sometimes assuming the form of a 
Biokle, and then becoming straight. It ca- 
vorted around until it ceased to be a scare- 
crow and modestly disappeared. 

Since this has got out we see no harm in 
mentioning it. We knew all along which 
comet it was. We recognized it at a glance. 
The newspapers couldn't play it on us for a 
Goggia or Ooggins comet. If s no use trying 
to calculate the course of tbat comet. One 
thing we are convinced of that is, that it 
means business this time. It will be ob- 
served that, as the comet gradually ap- 
proaches the 'earth (by ,( gradaally"wemean 
at the rate of a couple of millions of miles 
a day,) the weather gets warmer. We state 
authoritively that it will get warmer still. 
We have no real estate. It we bad we would 
sell. We are not afraid of that comet, hut 
it la a sort of comet that will make it mighty 
warm and uncomfortable for the wicked. 



Tbe Young: ntan from tbe East. 
".I'm a stranger in tula city, 
I'm lately from tbo East, 
Aod mltdity fond of oysters ; 
Where can I pet a feast ? 
I've been to all :he restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate ef Eastern oyetere, 
Of the old-fashioned kind." 

"'Well, I can tell you," caid hia friend,; 
' "Exactly where to no, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Direct from where they Rrow. 
Jnat take a stroll clown PINE STREET, 
At aid. opposite tbe Market, 
Ton'll *ee a sign, 'THE SADDLE BOOS, 
Yon can't fall to remark It. 

" Emeraon Oorville keeps the place. 
The beet saloon In town, 
There you can get your oj-Bters row, 
Or fried bo criep and brown. 
Ho's the lnrge&t oyster dealer 
On thti Pacific Coast, 
And that he Beeps the freshest 
Has ever been hi.-- boast. 

M Ee'fl not nice little private roomB, 
Wncro yoo can Bit at ease, 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
A.11 the yonng men of fashion go 
itigbt to the SADDLE ROOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS 
And drink tbeir Rhenish hock." 



Raskin on Lecture*. 

Buskin disapproves of the lecture system. 
A, request having been made to bim to de- 
liver a lecture at Glasgow, he replied by em- 
phatically declaring that the desire of audi- 
ences "to be audiences only" la beoomingan 
"entirely pestilent character of the age.' 
Th* multitude are In too great baste to be 
wise, or, as he puts it, tbey expect a man to 
knead into small Bweet pills the knowledge 
which it has taken htm half a lifetime to ac- 
quire, and to put it straight down their 
throats. Tbis, as he very truly says, is not 
to be done; and he proceeds to condemn as 
"entirely pestilent and aboroiDable" the 
"modern fire working, smooth downy-curry- 
and- strawberry -ice-and- milk- punch - alto- 
gether lecture." The death of poor Dickens, 
who was killed by the inpatiable demands of 
tbe mob, when he might have been writing 
"bleBaed books" till ho was eighty, BuBkin 
says is a lamentable example of this modern 
tendency* > ■ « .«p*-»* 



Tickled to Death. 

How it goes to be fresh married in Buena 
Yista is thus told by the Sioux Bapids Eobo: 
One of our young married men thinks so 
muoh of his lovely wife ttat he lights a 
caudle two or three times every nigbt to 
look at her. Then he quietly goes to sleep 
like a turkey gobbler, he feels so good." 



Mb, L. Jallewits, No. 210 Kearny street, 
New and Seoond-Hand Clothing, of all de^rlp. 
tlone, bought and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until C P. 31. rz 



From one tooth to a full upper set, lrom $S 
to $20. Filling reasenablb. By Dr. GroweiLJD, 
D. 8., No. 80 Kearny street, near Market. 2-j 



If one wishes to pbbb an hour or two pleas- 
antly at the game of billiards, no ple»Banter 
placs can be found In tbe olty than Chapman & 
Terrlll's Billiard Parlor, Northeaet corner 
Bnsh and Eearnv BtreetB entrance on Bneh. 
From the window a good view can be had of 
two of cut busiest Etrect* Buah and Eearny. 
Local Option not in force; for the best of 
Wines, L qnors and Cigars, are served at the 
bar for 13% cents. 6-x 



Joe Omen/a Restaurant, at 105 California 
Market, haa been long and favorably known by 
th« public an a place where nice <0hope, Portar- 
House eteafes an«3 Oyetsrs lo evei y style could 
be had. Ahhirt time since, Mr. Giuata made 
An addition of a whole floor to his place, bo 
that he c uld accommodate families. Hie ree- 
t&uratit, as now constructed, can well be called 
a family restaurant. 5-m 



>o Wot suffer irom corns. 

'ht; unfortunate auflerers from Corns, Bun- 
:>nfl, Olcb and Ingrowing Naila, can find instant 
-elkt by applying at Dr. B. H, Cowan's InstJ- 
mtrt. 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 P.K. We 
<"«rt from experience, having terted the Doc- 
h'r capability. References given Ifrequiroa. h 



Dental Work. 

Fob pejeet quality, of woek, 90 to T. 0. Jes- 
sup, dentist, cor. Butter *nd Montgomery, over 
TuoBer's. 8-TJ 



"Wlisvt Olxeor Jjaunary 
la the beet Laundry in Ban Francisco 



OUR BROADWAY. 

' ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 

[From the San Francisco Bulletin, Saturday, April 
ith, 1874.] 

Daring the last few yeara the great march of 
improvement baa centered on Market Street The 
Grand Hotel, the elegant building constituting 
the "Knoleas," Bancroft's magninoent etractare, 
and man j others in the immediate vicinity, cave 
given a marvelous impatao to tbe growth and 
prosperity of that part of th«> *ity. 

The Palace Hotel, wtn many other projeeted 
improvements, all point witb unerring certainty 
where the great tide of trade will hereafter flow. 
Numerous wholesalers and a large number of re- 
tail merchants have selected Market street as the 
basis of tbeir trade, believing it to be the main 
artery of Ban Francisco. To obtain a good front- 
age 00 thie thoroughfare seems now impossible, as 
nearly every store, whether modern or old fash- 
ioned, has a rneh of applicants. Mr. P. Beamish 
having thoroughly studied this question of ioca- 
tion, some years ago ssonred one of tha elegant 
stores under the Nnoleos, and he hae recently 
rented the one adjoining, thereby giving bis prem- 
ises a frontage of 33 feet on Market street by 18 
feet on Third, or, we might atate, almost the en- 
tire ground floor of the Nnoleos Hotel. We bad 
the pleasure yesterday of examining his varied 
and extensive stock, consisting of tbe most com- 
plete and well selected line of gentlemen's Fur- 
nishing Goods to be found in this markets V?e 
also examined a very large and flue assortment of 
Clothing, both of foreign and domeetio material, 
embracing every fashion aod style auittbls for the 
present seaBOn. 

Mr. Beamish has never carried an inferior lino 
of goods since he has ha en in baBiness, and hia 
sccoess as a merchant Is owing entirely to the faot 
that he treats his customers fairly; consequently 
tbey renew their patronage. In come of our 
stores, a buyer of clothing or underwear receives 
tbe sama treatment at the hands of a certain class 
of shopkeepers, as unsophisticated countrymen 
daily experience on Chatham street, New York. 
This mode of fleecing the pnbllc by guaranteeing 
domestic goods for genuine riootch tweods or 
weBt England cloths, h« aroused thn juat indig- 
nation of our honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish is foremoBt in the ranks to lead 
public opinion, and bai ever made it bis study to 
carry ont his representations, ho - ■-, ric-r 1 7 is every- 
thing conducted in his establishment, that the 
merest novice c\n implicitly rely upon receiving a 
jnet return for hi3 expenditure. No second prloe 
is taken on pnrchasee, which indicate a high 
sense of business honor. Bis entire stock, from 
the flne«t beaver or caesimere to a handkerchief or 
a package of hose, is Bold at a fair living price; 
and an offsr under tbat rate is respectfully bat 
emphatically declined. ThlB one prioe system is 
the only standard of commercial honor. -■■■'(; 
know suoh ethics rarely find acceptance; with a 
certain class of business men In San Fr&nolsoo and 
other large cities, but still they that strictly ad- 
here to them invariably sacaeed, while the others 
enjoy bat a modioiutn of patronage. We believe 
that the mercantile classes of this oountry will 
soon be aroused to the necessity of uniformity of 
prices, and admit the correctness of the doctrine 
merely as a business eip-.diency, if not prompted by 
a higher motive. It waa nob onr intention when 
we commenced to write this article to assume the 
attitude ef a moralist, but we think a word in sea- 
son may operate benenoiaMy on quite a number of 
our shopkeepers and raise tbeir notions of oorreot 
dealing to a higher Btnndafd,. We would, tbeap> 
fore, cheerfully recommend all our friends and 
readers to call upon Mr. Beamish and inspect his 
flue and matohless stook of Furnishing Goods and 
Clothing, end we feel persuaded that the correct- 
ness of our advice will be fully indorsed by their 
experience. ■ 

» ■ 

Wa«iiine Returned, in One Day 

And we never disappoint, art the What Cheer 
Laundry. Mo Chinamen employed. • 



New Furnlsninff Goods. 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laondrv. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and loan 
Society, 

No. S18 ClLlFOBXIi SHEET. 

IGnai-antoo Capital, [$300,000 

THE DIKLUTORS OF THE ABOVE SOCIETY 
h.vn declared a dividend of uine and fix* 
t.ntb.8 (9 G-1C0 percent, par annum on Term De- 
pot ita. and tight (8) per cent, per annum on Ordi- 
nary Deposits for t&e term eodiae J me 30.1874; 
free from FeJsrsJ tax, and parable on and .iter 
Jul. 6, 1874. By order. 
js-6-lm. D. B. OHISHOLM, Secretary. 



TO T.iii'y, 
PALAGE AMPHITHEATRE, 

Corner of New Montgomery and 
Mlanloa »treetn. 

BY THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT SEASONABLE KATES, FOB 

Concerts, Lectures or Mass 
Meetings, 

Tbis Magnificent Bailding bas Scatios Aocom- 
modation for 

3,000 PERSONS. 

And is so oonitrnoted that every poison in the 
Auditorium can see and bear. 

For particular*) apply to 

SBEKIBAK COBBYN «fe CO , 
«Oo Hontvomery Street, 
je33 Room O. 



LEAGUE OF^FREEDOM 

THIS SOCIETY WAS ORGANIZED LAST 
Tu^aday Judo 16th. by delegates of tbe 
"GrooerB* TJniou Trades Union" aod "PerBonal 
Liberty League." Tbo objoot of tbo organization 
is mutual protection against any infringement 
up oq personal rights. Its prinoi^sl object now is 
to work against Local Option. At a meeting bela 
last eveninn the Lsagu9 of Freedom adopted & 
Oode of Laws. To-day proper agente will canTaea 
the oity for members— they are empowered to col- 
lect ooe dollar initiation fee and iBene Certificates 
of Membership. OortiBcates of M emberehip may 
■lac be obtained at the office of tbe League, No . 
622 Olay street. Room 9. from y a, m. to 4 p m. 
By order of Committee. 

JULIUS BUHLERT. Becretary. 
js20-3t 



CENTRE MARKET, 

__ 

Sutter ana Dupont Streets. 

THIS MARKET WILL OPEN 

for business 
THURSDAY, July 9th, 1874, 
And will be Illuminated Thus- 
day, Friday and Saturday Even- 
ings. The Public are respectfully 
invited to inspect it. w-» 




■£■■ :: - 



MB. S. H. MARSH, WHO HAS BEEN EN- 
gsged for roany years giving Musical InBtruo- 
tion oo the Pianoforte, Harp and Singing, in the 
most dintirgaiuhed families of Europe. India, 
Australia and Japan, bBgs to annouaoe hie inten- 
tion of recu'Vingft lira i red number of pupils dur- 
ing his reeidonce in ban Fraccieuo. Having etud- 
ifd the PUnofirte under RieB (the favcrito pupil 
of !'octt]OV»>E>). Jobn Oramer and Knikbrennei ; 
tbe Hire under BochBa, aod Sicgiog with Ferrari 
i,d 1'. Welsh; be baa hid tbo honor of producing 
a groatnr number ot brilliant »&a Accomplished 
pupil then fall- to tbe lot of most Masters. Ar- 
rangameDts ae to t^rm?, etc.cai be made b» lot* 
r-rs adrtreeeed co th» care of KLLIS READ, Esq.. 
304 California strpet, or at Gray's Music Store, on 
Olav street. t>so Franoisco. j 6-lm 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 

XI.. 3VI3Sr^riDE3^ 

HAS REMOVED FROM THE "RED LION" 
Saloon, No. ID Geary street, to the "Sootia" 
Saloon, 

Ko, 0»3 Sacrameito Street. 
Which will hereafter be better known as the 

"Lion and Unicorn 1" 

The "Old Sport" will alwaya ba on cand to re- 
ceive his former patrons and friends, and Berve 
the best brands of Wines and L qaoro. Also ex* 
hibit a fin's oolleo'ion o( Sporting Pictures. 

g»-FREE AND KA8V every Wednesday aod 

Saturday Night. Ohait will be taken at 8 o'cleok. 

ij7-tf 



RECREATION. 



Granca Success 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

Hundreds Awl lug themselves of the Great 

Inducements OCered by the B. P. & N. P. 

R. R. ■. to make one of the moat de- 

llKhtfnl trips in the country, which 

Is throng** tbe beautiful Sonoma 

aud Russian River Valle-ye. 

GREAT REDUOTON IN FARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

DOJIAIIUK, 

PCT1LTH1 

HEHD«BHKC, 

91IT1 8»«i. 

CElffiKTI tlE, 
CtOVEBUili:. 

GETSEK9 ! 

THE S. F. AND N. P. E. R. 00., AT THE 
earnest HOllolUtlOD of its patrons, a. well as 
tbe pnblio eeoer.llri b.ve made . great redaction 
{□ th.ir regular rati,., .8 as indoce uiant 6. ticar- 
atoniatB to make tb« most delghtfol. and, wiibal 
tbe most ptotrmaqoe and exoltiog trip to the 
Great Natural Wonder of tbis Ooaat, 

THE GREAT GEYSERS! 

Via Oloverdale, returning via Oaliatoga, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All renowned Places of resort for pleasure 

seekers. S.F.4N.P. R.K.O0. 

connects at Oloverdale with 

VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



i 



By this route you enjoy a donble pleasure Tip; 
a. beautiful trip 01 the Bay ou theettamer A-.V •'£- 
LOPE to Donahue Landing, and then by the c.*.ra 
throo/T'i 1 he most heautilul and fertile vn'lcys on 
tbe Oeast. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For tbe Round Trip, good till the following 
MOND.W MORNING, at the fol- 
lowing rates : 

To JPetaluniu and Hctata £1 SO 

To Santu Koia and Return.... ... 8 OO 

Tie Heuldkbarg and Retnrn 4 OO 

To CloTertfule and RetorM... S OO 

To StEuifK** Mprlngs and Ketnrn... 8 SO 
UIo an (i Trip Ttckrti to the ftcy- 
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(Good to October 81at) IS SO 

Oeyieri and rttarn, via Colli- 

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To the Gener. Illrect 8 -75 

Ocyiersi vlu Cluyerdaleto Calls- 
■fOKHi to the Fetrlfled Foreet 
and return tothia city (Good to 

October 31-: 18 SO 

Round trip tioketa to the Geysers good for the 
season 1874. 

THE BTBAHiER 

A ;telope 
Leaves dailj (Sundays expected) from San Fran- 
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Hundaje at 8 A. M. Returning, arrives in San 
Franoinco Sunday evonUg, at 7 o'clock. Tickets 
on board the steamer, 

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A. A. BEAN, Sup't, 

ttKMt'.AI, OFFICE, 
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Oonoord Coaches betwoen 

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Oouaecticg with daily trains both Rorth and South. 

Having run this line for two years without an 
accident ocouring, he Is confident he can continue 
the same with eafety to the public. 

Turoogb Tickflto to the Springs trom San Fran- 
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SOS Montgomery Street, nod at the Sac 

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Private oooveyance furnished by letter or tele 
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San Francisco Savings Union, 

838 California Street* Corner of "Webb, 

FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING WITH 
June 30, 1874, a aividend has been declared at 
the rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term 
DepoBita and seven and ono-balf l".';) per cent ou 
Ordinary Deposits, fr*e of Fedeial tax, payable 
on and after July 13/J874. 

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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE GHR- 
mau Savings and Loan Sooiety have deolared 
the dividend for the flrBt half-year 1374 ending tbia 
date, at the tate of eieht aod two-oftns per oenc . 
(8 2 5 per cent.) per annum on '.'erroDepotita boo 
seven percent. (7peroent.) psraainmon Ordio- 
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after the 15th day of July ft order, 
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6 A. M. couneotlnir at Donahue Landing with 
steamer, and arriving in Saa Francisoo at 11 A H. 
SUNDATf £X0UB«IION8, 

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neoting at Donahue with oars for Petaluma, 
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FBIDAT TOM 10, 1S74 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Mac-Hire's New Tbeatre. 

The comedy of "School" tu performed at this 
home last Dlshl, and Mies Jeffrey! Lewis on tnlfl 
oeo*Jlon nud» tisr fint »ppi.i-itCB before a Cai:- 
foroie audisnc*. Sbe made & decided bit. Her 
personal beauty it cnce reeommendcd bar, and 
when by the Ttry clever manner in wbloh she 
played t □• part of Bella, tha audience were con- 
vinced that to her personal charms waa added the 
giftof talent of a hi£b order, Ihcir applause be. 
cams anthnnaatic. Mm Lewie was culled before 
the ooxiaio again and atain. and nom ben of bo n- 
qneta were tbrowooo the stage. Miea Lewie bae 
learned bar prof eaaios la a good school, and is a 
valuable aoqaUttlOD to the Oaliforcia stage. 
"School" waa very well played, to many partlcu. 
Ian. Miss Sydney Oewell made a eharmiogly torn- 
boyish Komi Tfghe, Miss Mary Wells did some »x- 
eellest aoting a* Mrs. Sawlifle. and A D. B.l 
lings as Dr. SnUliffe, presented one of those 
pleatiig old gentleman character rations for 
wbloh be is famons. Edward Arnott a« Jack 
Pornu, played the part with all the nonchalanoe 
ran. aired, Oberlea Kdmosds made Lord Beanfoya 
manly fellow whom one eonld respect, John How- 
ton made ap for, and acted the part of Krni with 
admirable skiU, and George Giddeaswa. pax.ton 
larlg effective, in thelaat act. In the character Oj 
BeanFarintose. He gave a wonderfully realiatio 
picture of a weak nsintled worldly old man brought 
to a realization of his follies . The young ladles id 
"School" played their respective parts with com- 
mendable anim alios, and the performance aa a 
wbolo was most es joyable. The Bane play will be 
giren to-aight and at the matinee to-aorTOW. 
California Theatre. 

"Home" was performed again last night, and 
eras thoroughly eo joyed by all capable of apprecia- 
ting true dramatic art. Tc-night another play of 
even greater exoellence, a play which l: now being 
performed in English, Italian, Spanish and French 
will be pretested. In bo play does Mr. Bothers 
appear to greater advantage than in "David G ar- 
ms: " This with the farcical afterpiece of "Dan- 
dreary Married and Settled" will constitute the 
evening'! entertainment. At the matinee to-rner- 
raw "Home" will 03 played for the last time. 
Opera House. 

To-night Ben Ootton and Billy Arlington will 
appear on the ecdi in the First Part and in their 
great set ef "Who Stole the Banjo?" Bobby 2faw- 
comb will pretont hie inimitable eong and da=oe, 
"The Girl with the Csrl," Little Mao will execute 
tii wonderful EaseDne, George S. Knight will ap- 
pear is bis specialties and the performance will 
conclude with ''Uncle Eph's Dream." The aeua 1 
aatlaea performance «ill be given to-saerrew. 

Piatt's Hall. 

To-night, and also at the matinee to-morrow, 
the Royal Marionettes will be exhibited in a very 
attractive programme compilaing a minstrel en- 
tertainment made np of aoma songs and blight 
j are;, tee wonderful feats of the Italian Fentoe- 
Olnl, and the felry pantomime of "Little Had Rid- 
ing Hood." All the ohildren in Ban Francisco 
■could be taken to Piatt's Hell to enjo; this en- 
tertainment. 
Benefit of M. Deachampg. 

On Sunday an admirable entertainment will be 
given at the California Theatre lor the benefit ef 
M. Jnlien Deeobampa, the baritone of tbeAimee 
troupe. The charming Mile. Aimee will on this 
occasion make her last appearance in San Francis- 
co. The performance will consist of "Ha Mari 
dans da Co ton." by Mile. Marie Aimee and U. 
Deschampa an interlude of eong and dance, in 
which K. Deacheape, Madame Fratiini, Madame 
Marie Er;». and Mile. Marie Gaogain will take 
part, and Offenbach's opereta of Lischen and 
FriUohen pirformed by Milt. Aimee and M. Des- 
ohamps. This very delightful entertainment wil 
doubtless bs enjojed by a largs audience. 
Bella Union. Theatre. 
J.A.Herne has made a decided hit at this house. 
He will appear to-night aa Oaptain Cuttle in tha 
play of "Dombey and Son." Tne menage meet 
also announce the engagement of the eccentric 
"very eesentrio" comedian, Harry Oourtaine, who 
will play Toots. Mies Jennie Johnson will play 
Susan Kipper and Miss Lena Prootor, Florence 
Dombey. In addition to this great attraction 
there will be a oarital First Part and an olio of 
songs, ecu and dances, in which Miss Susie Pob- 
inaon. Miss Alice Rose, Ed Murray, Matt Kelly. 
Tommy Bree, Cal . Mandeville and other* will take 
part. 
■ adclew's New Variety Theatre. 

A great feature of the capital performance given 
at this hoase, Is Johnny Taer'e screaming act of 
"The Oaklaad Gboat." It will be presented to- 
night in connect ion with a great olio of eoags acta 
and dances. Ned Buckley and Harry Devoyalso 
appear in rattling aote. 
Back Again. 

Charles Wbeatleigh and his agent, J. Snyder 
arrived from the East last night. Of coaree they 
have some new plays, and we hope that the public 
of San Francieco, who so thorongly appreciate 
Mr. Wheatleigh, will be afforded an opportunity 
of seeing him en the etage. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

On Sunday, at 5 P. sa\. Mods. Buialaj will make 
anstber grand gas-balloon atoension, for a twenty - 
fear hour's trip in the clouds. Previous to which 
the usual performances will be given in the Pavil- 
ion. Lookout for a rush. 

iaiTotnciL Mcsrux. — One of the most 

temple** oolleotioas of the kind in the United 
itatex. oomprudng hundreds of coitly and beau- 
•uro.1 wax models, is daily en view (to centlsmes 
taly) *5 tht Museum on Montgomery e ti e st . Aa 
Int 3U7 be orofltablv scent bare. 



BY THE RIVER. 

The falling ent of faithful friends 
- Rsnewugisof lore. 

The noise cf the buay elty 

Had passed, like a mrm, away, 
As we stood by the rising river 

Oq a calm, sweet ni£ht in alar. 
And gazed on the fairy prospect wide), 
I anl the trusting maid at ray side. 

As far as the eye could waader, 
The lamps la thousands gleamed, 

Llks golden stars in the water. 
Where a golden palace seemed, 

While the moon with Jewel-gliltering hand 

Threw oyer tha riyer a stlvey baud. 

My life was like that river. 

With Its ceaseless fall and rise, 
And the band of silver splendor 

Was the light of maiden's eyes ; 
And the palaoe of gold I seemed to Bee 
Was the Joy hey presence built in me. 

I stood jp in by the river, 

Bat ttcod that night alone ; 
And the moon was clouded over 

And the fairy vision gone, 
For the scene had changed by a single breath, 
Like spring's young lifo to winter's death. 

And so, in a moment's anger, 

A doubt grew o'er my peace, 
Aj»sioiu fear flashed through mo 

That bade life's beauty cease ; 
And a passloobt3 love seemed doomed by fate 
To be turned by a word to a pasEionats bate. 

For I knew she had some secret 
•That coil> d aroond her life, 
And brought In the midst of pleasure 

The sting of some Inward strife. 
I had cried, in my rage, "The leve mnst die 
That la hedged by doubt or bonnd by a lie," 

We stood once more by the river. 

Midst a wild and merry throng ; 
But joined not the danoe or laughter, 

Hor heeded the Joyous song: 
For the storm thst had rent our Uvea apart 
Was followed by anguish and grief of heart. 

But years of affliction wete over, 

And like an autumn morn 
Saoceedisg a night of tempest, 

Our joy appeared new-born, 
To gild with its glory out weary days, 
As the sun gilds clouds with bis golden rayg. 

1 have not hid my aorrovs ; 

She has revealed her p&e! ; 
Bound by that trust to each other, 

Love will surely lait ; 
For life without love Is death to me, 
And love Is the bliss of eternity. 

— Figaro, 



An "Unfortunate Conjuror. 

A. magician came to grief recently while 
giving a performance in England. He was 
handcuffed, covered in a large bag, then 
lifted into a box, which was closed and fas- 
tened, and afterward placed in a cabinet. 
The trick consisted in releasing himself 
from his bonds and getting ont of the bag 
and box without disturbing the fastenings. 
The audience waited for some time, when 
faint sounds were heard from the box. On 
opening it the unfortunate magician was 
found nearly smothered to death, and had 
to be carried off the stage. Borne of the 
machinery had gone wrong, and a few min- 
utes more confinement would probably have 
caused the man's death. 



Use M»wTxr.'fl Sanaa Ease sis g— beet and 
cheapest in town— at Oyster House 673 Howard 
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DBOF IS AND B3B TTTTLE ASS GATE A3 

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Q yotera. 

In strolling round the other eight, 
To look at'TriBco by gas light, 
our carelesd feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet rras eeen f 
While mosey stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters seftly fell, 
Made that window Etem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea. 
Stop," said my friend, "let's go in itereg 
It looas so nice— and try their cheer. "" 
"All right," I said, ' *I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, a&ed our wish— 
dedd they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It true, 
And eooktd m-iffrnjlarMy, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Ocoked every style; Jus* think of that, 
And If your month doc't water, then 
You're different from other men, 
They'd dams and crabs and terrapins ■: 
In fact, v* found they had within 
That cosy place aJ? kindsof game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we ootid name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prep&rad to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here-the beet ice cream; 
So kere they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nice dinner e,' 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred ihirty-eeven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain : 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster House, S3? Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Dayand Night, 

OHAELEfl HAAKE. Proprietor, 



Dr. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
shronic and specific practice, and as such Is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Franc'sec. Office 518 Sacramento street, 
sorner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors below What 
Sheer Heras* , « 

IfTou 

Feel the need of photphortu (nerve food), take 
a course of sea-water baths at the Sanitarium 
foot of Powell street, Korth Beach. Exclusive 
department and ladyattendant for ladies. Fire 
ilcketsforfl. t &(j 

Fine Watcnes 
The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 

Callender's, corner of Second and Mission. A 
One assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Oall- 
and examine, 6»* 



What Cheer Lanndry Wstearona 
Call for and 'deliver eletnee in all parts of the 
oJty. [ • 

Blankets ana Flannels 
W. ell washed and not spoiled, at the What 

Cheer Laundry. • 

■♦ 

Db. Bbebs, Patent Gold Crowns for broken 

or decayed Teeth, 2o0 Kearny street. 2-bh 



Special to Ladles. 

For dressmaking in all its branchee and the 
latest styles, call on sirs. J. 3. Walker, at 310 
Post street. Terms reasonable. S-Dj 



Botedlccal Wonder 

Cures rheaziatiem, billions pains, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches and pains: All Drug 
gists keep it. 8-b 

McDowell, Snow Card Writer 

Beady made and m *d ■ to order. Boom 10 

W8 Market street, cor. Post and atnntgomery u 



Suicide of a fflanager. 

The Brooklyn Eagle, of Juoe 27tb, prints 
the following account of the suicide of a 
veteran actor and manager : Thomas Went- 
yes, a man formerly well known in tbia city, 
and especially in theatrical circles, now lies 
at the point of death, at his residence in 
Williams avenue, East New York, from the 
effects of a bullet-bole in the brain, he hav- 
ing attempted to put an eod to his own life 
by shooting. The affair occurred at 8:30 
o'clock this morning, and would seem to 
have been the sudden freak of a man labor- 
ing under temporary aberration of mind. 
Wemy8s was for five or six years stage man- 
ager and leading heavy man at Mrs. F. «B. 
Conway's old Park Theatre, and during that 
time he made for himself a good record. 
While thus employed be had some domestic 
troubles, and eventually c lawsuit, which 
terminated in his obtaining a divorce from 
his wife, who is now deceased. Subsequent- 
ly be made the acquaintance of a widow of 
considerable fortune and married her, and 
this circumstance led him to abandon the 
business. For some years he has resided in 
a neat little cottage in the village of East 
New York, and until within a year f aat con- 
ducted the business of an extensive shirt 
manufactory. Lately he had become ad- 
dicted to heavy drinking, and not only made 
bimself miserable in consequence, but also 
all these with whom he associated. He re- 
covered from the effects of one of his sprees 
on Friday morning, and being unable to 
sleep last night, be procured a quantity of 
morphine and swallowed the whole of it, 
not, however, with the intention of commit- 
ting suicide. The drug eeems to have acted 
contrary to expectation, for Wemyssmade 
his appearance this morning, looking worn 
and haggard, and to the inquiries of his 
wife remarked that he had not slept all the 
night. His brother was in tbe breakfast 
room at tbe time, and turning to him Wem- 
yss said, "I'm going to shoot a dog," and at 
the same time he drew a revolver from his 
pocket, walked over to the window, placed 
the weapon to his forehead and fired. The 
bullet entered above bis right temple, and 
passed from thence to the base of the brain, 
where it lodged. He fell forward upon toe 
floor, and it was thought by his horrified 
wife and brother that he was dead, but Dr. 
Andrews, who was summoned, made an ex- 
amination and discovered that life still lin- 
gered. The unfortunate man was placed on 
a bed, and remained for several hours in a 
stupor, from the effects, as supposed, of the 
morphine. His death is regarded as the 
matter of only a few hours. He 1b fifty- 
two years of age, and has a wife bat no chil- 
dren. 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Bterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, in stock, of all colore 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor in 1350, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-cj 



Strawberries : Strawberries 

The Matinee Fruit Store 109 Bush, is the place 
to obtain your nice, fresh Strawberries. Parties 
patronizing us will b 3 promptly attended to, 
and can rest assured that their Bt-rries will be 
sent home in good condition, as we have a 
light spring wagon expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your address oar wagon will call for 
orders every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Give us a trial, 1-p 



Imperial BXllsc Punch. 

The best of beverages. Try it. Made and 
EOld enly by Asa L. Wangaman, at his eyznpo- 
siac of fine Wines, Liquora and Segars, corner 
oi Leldesdorff and Ealleck street*. 8nperb Hot 
Lunoh from 11 to 2. N. B.— Stock reports 
telegrspned directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 2x 



Music Hatli Charms. 

Piano* tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and satisfaction guaranteed, by one that 
understands the business. Also, wilt perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
at 75i Market or 54 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan. 4»v* 

Boston Oyster House. 

L. O. Pratt, has opened (tall 89 and DO In 
Centre Market. Oysters in Every style. Chops 
and stakes of the choicest. Ladies private 
rooms up stairs. 



What.Cheer Laundrv, 
121 LeidesdorfT street, near Sacramento, 



PERSONAL. 



MBS. M. J. FAERELL. LADIES' HAIR- 
dresser, late oi Doherty's Hair Stare, baa re- 

Eioved to Ho, S3 Kearny street, ap Btaira, rooms 

24 and 25. All kinds of hair work made to order- 

f«li-lm 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BeoataeUera and ■tatloBors, 

H. H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merohact, 

Bntchera. 
Eats, Fred, Stalla 9* to 100. California Market 

■laHsli, 

H. E. Pope. 6 Mont«omery Street, 

Davis & Oase,22Mont£omerj 8tTe*t,oppotitet he 

Iiiek House. 

Hnmaa Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. * Co., 110 Second street 

Whdtenera and Paper Heageri, 
A.W. Wheldeo, 122 Geary ate set. 

Wine* and Llqoort, (WhalsealaJ 
Daneri F. 4 Go- KM Froaa. 



OPIEA BO 



OOU. T. MUHPHY.. 



.Binge M- 
Return oi tlie Old FavoriteJ 

BEIKT CO-X"»X*€>3N! 

And Engagement of the Popular Ethiopian Corned fen, 

BI T . T ..Y uaLX=8.I J I3NrC3t- t X , 01^" 

Who will appear in oonjunoiion with 

MAGUIRE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTREt 

COTTOW .Bd A»U<«WS OK TOE EVDI. 

THIS EVENING ~ JUL! 

r.A.Xm.'T FIRST. 

■ j: - ' ii! ..... ..V.'.V.V.'.V.V.V.' v, hi A 

ITS FUNNY WHEN YOD FEEL THAI WAY ...'...'..'..'...'.'.'.'.. .'.'.'.'.'.. Rr'NCJC 

VIEOINIA B0SK8L1 .. . T W 8 B 

Su'K <^?:::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ■■■•••• -.-•"■•*»* t*^ 

Grand Finale THE BLACK BRIG A 

ASlIJiOTOS, COTTON A»D EiTIKX I'MIPUI. 

^e'.A.H.'W 8BOOH9TJ: 

THE GIRL WITH THS CUR 

SOXC A5D DANCE, XT THE ATTIOB, BOBUT NEWCOHB. 

MISS WOULD-HAUL ARLINGTON. 



Messrs. WEIiCH and RIOE. 

WHO STOLE THE BANJC 

BILiY ARL 

BBM ' 

G. S. KHIGHT in his specialty 



(1TEBTIBE.. 



..OKCHEl 




UNCLE EPH .. BILLY SWE/ 

AUNT CHLOE OHAELEB 

YOUNG £PH BILLY > 

JFFF 1 

LUFF .Ll_ 

JIM OOH.T. 

IKE G.W._ 

MOKE .W. F. 

MM . P. I 

LOOK; OU'jC for THE FIK8T A.l :> I > £;A.KA.l>i 



SUM RICKEY, Waster B«Y and Miss LULU DELI 



PIPERS OPERA HOUSE. 

VZKflrllVlA OlXT, RKTADA. 

JOHN PIPEB Pbopbietoe 



THIS ELEGANT THiATRE OAN BE KENT- 
ed by the night or week. Stars and travel- 
ins companies liberally treated witti on application 

to atuarji petes. 

Manager and aole rrtn>r**tol 
Or to J. H- McCABF.. 

]o2Stf 38* Btuh street. Ban Francisco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACBAKEXTO, 

TO XUEJUrT', 

BY THE BIGHT, WEEK OK MONTH.FEOM 
April lfit. For termE, .Dpi; &t the Thealre, 
or by letter to "W. K. MOEBOW, Proprietor. 
BAcrameoto. 

S. B.— I have do »othorized Agent anywhere, 
mhil-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAN JOSE, CALA. 

THTls BEAUTIFUL AND HEWLY EEHO- 
TAted Theatre iB to be let by the Bight. Week 
or Menth. at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tf G. BBOHASKA, Proprietor. 



BR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT AKATOH.CSL MUSEUM 

And Coliece of 3sT«dlclno* 

in Cifin BEAUTIFUL AND INSTBUUI 

lvtl/vU JTo objeeta to be eeen. Qpen to tfc' 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, a* EUREKA HALI 

SLSUcmteomerrBtreet. FOP. MEN ONLY-. 

SCrDSL JOBTJAS'B PBT7AXE OFFICE IS at Si) 

Oeary street ^opposite old Mecbanios' PaTiUoo). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTM8 

ELOOUTION ASD DEPOBTMKNT, 
LADIES PBEPABZI) for tbe STAGE 

PBXYATK THEATBIOALS AND AMATEUR 
perlortnaooes directed, by a lady and gentle- 
man of more than ordiDary eXDerienae. For par. 
tionlars apply .0 ua. J. H. HoOABE, 

Theatrical Agent, Ko. 838 Boeb Street. 
delO-tf Sao BraDOieoo. 



THOb. W. BRK£ & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 

^&^ — AKD— 

Gold and Silver Platers. 

■•■Br- Leucas giren on tbe Banjo and Dram. fl>*3 
BUSBIO"? STitEET, between First and Seoocd. 

N B.— Fine-toasd Silrer Solo B&njoi for Pro- 
otaTionali alwan on casd. ^a!5 tf 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



GEORGE MAYES, 

DKAiEE IS OYSTERS. O^MS^Jfc /t. 
wdaU tieds of 5HKLL FISfl, %<\Utr 
Balls Kes. SO, *!.*«. CkiUfornia ^gBW 
Market, entranoe on Oaiiloraa ^atreet. ^^^ 

pablio ok priT*t* parti«« fcod .omlilea npsUii 
rrom 6 a-H. to 13 P. M. L*dia«' a^d O^Usnun'l 
MssWboosb opts frost fiaja. to 13 PJf. ^Sli 



McDANIEL'S T EA1 

CHEYEHNE, WY0MIN6 TERPITOI 

OPEN tHE YEAR BOUND WITH A 
class Yfthetj OompaBy. Variety 
comiogEast can at all times seoare Fi 
engagements. Mnst be artists of aoknc 
abflit; and have good wardrobe. None ott 
apply. Address JAMES SJoDAK 

Proi 
Look Box No . 1, Obeyenne, Wyo. Ter. i 



CHEYENNE OPERA HC 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITO 

mHIS POPULAR THEATRE HA' 

JL recently refitted and deoorated. V 
Dramatic Oompanies or Dramatic Stats 
East will be treated liberally npon ap 
either by telegraph or in person. Adi 
commonioafelons to JAMES MoDAA 

Lock Box No. 1, Obeyenn , Wjo. Ter. 



OM VAR!£1 

, Cheyenne, Wyot 



COLD-ROO 

ftlxtcentb. St. 

JAME W ALLEN ...P. 

JOHN W. DUNNf balneal- 

HAKRY SPBIGGJ-> Stagsi 

HAS JUST IIKKS REPIi 
and reopened for tbe Pall and Wtt 
son witb a nrst-ci.-nc Company, embraoi 
Sprigga, tDe great cbaraoter actor; H 
raine, Billy Forebt, Mr. J. W Dnnne, I 
Hall, Miss Minnie r» a vis, Miss Nellie • 
Mlaa Jennie Logan. F.-aK Hollej, Geori 
and Charles Miller, ana a fnll &nd efl 
•basil «. 



Lady talent coming Bast oan alwa 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALl 
pnetor. GOOD SALARIES PAID. 



McDAMEL'S THEA 

CHEIITi.Xi:, VlOUKi 

THREE GOOD VARIETY tt I 

CSS*-Talent going East will find it to t h 
tage before leaving California to correal I 

J. McDAJSIXJ 
my9 Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne, W: 



The Celebr&ted Pan I 



SOLOMON TISMOHE'S,. 

Stalls 57.5S and 59 California Market" 
(Entrance on Pine Street,) 
■8>- 1 amilies and RestaorantB sappUs 



MORACHAN& LYN! 

dealf:rs in 

YSTERS, CLAMs sol all kindSJ 
ofSbeUFish. S^all OS California! 
Market, San FranciBco. Ipen Day™ 
and Night. Ifsmiliea, Pnbl.J anJ Pri- 
▼ate Parties, Hotels, amVping and 
Restanzanta snppi^d. 



OS 



3. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN XJUI 

Cor. Second ueci Tehama vtt 
*»-T.-rT- : -> 3 coULtantlj 
Oretcre in ererj at.le, | 
,SDPPKB BOONS FOB 



MANNING'S oyster oi 

Resort of the fteapeoraM 

428 pmE 8T " b8low KEABIfy - 
Manning Pan Roast 

Am« CBOiF.rJE COFFJB 

MlO-tl A. W. MASKING, 

Delioiou, IOE CREAM and BTSAW 



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FUMtSMEO 


ROOIS 


• 10 to ISO per Xcnti 


WEST ENP 


HOTEL, 


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CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



Sun<». i I Jul. l.-h. |s;i. 



CALIFORNIA THIATR1. 



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MARIE AIMEE 



be.jntkjjf'ct 



JULIEN DESCHAMPS 

■aw mMin, M4HUCJLI oii.v. 

AX H11IC ■ MIUT. 

NMH Xllltl «B* DATIB. 






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Dans du Coton. 

TniliorsT. 
«i" <li,i. mmumii 
mrpoLTTt curui iiuiiiitm. 

V. JL'LIIX DISCHAMPS 

Ta b. fallow. d tj lb, followls* 

INTERLUDES! 

00.irmr.tcE sdb L'Hnmir i. vvi v. t>m„, 

■Ukliml'l. Da»P<l« M. JOUII DISCHAMPII 
■L1SIIIH V»L%aV-An)ul.....i MADAMK FUAXZUI1 

"DUO Da BELIZAIRK --D« im 

> ■ UARHA ill MAD.XK. FBAXZIM 

■ PUCU AKOLAIS 'buKiilui, 

IV M. JUL1BN DISCHAMPS 

oinswm.ni . kr Madame mabik siuor 

•Al BILL t>7 UARIK OAUOAIK 

Taeaaalai* wile la. P-M R*pr*watitlnn nf the Operetta 

Ibod. Act by J. OlnbMb, entitle* 

LISCHENandFRITZCHEN 

UM HEX XLIX HASH AIMEE 

• aUIEO.LEJI MU»8. JULIRN DESOHAMPS 

Box Offloe Now Open, 





I-.^ST "WElliJK. DOTT' 



ONE 



(.* If H.I. 




■ ocond Wooli of 



MISS MINNId 


"W" ALTO N. 







Will a* nmm i TOM MIUWI1 lbaetltal Tom V 

DAYIB GARRICK! 

. lailia. SOTOXIt* wai *fll rt"'' U al. Orl Inal Oatt.tl r 01 DAVID OAHBICI. 

DAVID CARRICK MR. HOTHERN 



- 
i 

Of"'!'.- . . .. 

««• SMI 

'V MIXTA BROWN 



Ht.XHV '»>l|j> 
HUH»R 







MCI 

SYss minii" 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 




Mr. J AS. A. HER1YE. 

Wfe» will appear u 
CA.jTTA.I1V OUTTIjjB. 
• am /-•' KUMUIV AXD MiN.*Dd wb« «■»•*> 
.r ur.j d«.d lo lai wlnj ud itMr for Im DJJCUA 
L »IOK 



Ka<ft<r8B*at of ib. Icetntrte— ivry «Mtri>4l 
WW r-wriu, 

IIAU 1< V OOU H1WI1N JK, 

Who tiU prnmlMd, ■• 

3VTH.. -TOOTBI, 

■fa; ;'i-wli* lo iltn<t \\) tnil uu JIO WlO 
• f oo con** j MS 

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EVErfTiTM 

• fc- P. ' 'niftMa «in eotvmrao* with tbo 

MAI.I-: AND H MVI.I MINSTKEI* 

'.»».*-. UAL. MAXDAVll.Lf i tt«..i •■MATT. kAMAT 
IRTXLTTDE 



L«liUc »o» 



TWENTY TEARS AGO. 



To con:laJ with Ibe Wllj Absvdltr la cos Act. entitled 

Married and Settled. 
LORD DUNDREARY MR. SOTHERN 



«•«■«!<■ 

..■■■!• XI. hi 
Unill^ **t C 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

K*llr . .. w»"<l.f|il- A.d .. I 

SiltlD-COMIC AMIS MIM AUK 



0T.rf9»*,". 



Aft .- wbfch will be prtfdO il the Olekt OomeAr InS 

DOMBEY and SON 



MH EUWAHD TRIKOUARD 

'TT 

»s\ IRENOli KD 

HINNKV 

rrnois-. 

BCDDI*: »MBE ... 

DA ROOTS ;...... _ 

I.ADT DLXORBART 

LAllV IKKNOtlARL" ... 



WAI.TKK M. LI:HA\ , 

ROBRRr PATEMAN ' 

JOHN WILiO.V 

o w. i.j \i :. 

K MAKUY 

'< ''11) 

... E. J. R'"< KLI- • 

MISS MiNMP. WAL ON 

.. . MRS. 0. K. SALNuEtt;- 



r»fl,l ITTL«.... 

MR. moTS 

Mr. Dantey ..J. W, iaa 

1 

M t> iii.Gn d.r 

.la k UnDiM 

Btojle, 

t»U MrFIR.. 

Itritn ijriDfr 

. Uotn'j > 

sk.wian 



MOSDAY. Jnly Utl, Li»lTlm» t,t 



Mr. .1 VMI -. A HCmi 

II .KKY OOUR TALKS 

marl Sol. Gi.la T. Bitaaai 

Bt.a Mai. Joa baiiimck. tdBatra* 

Baali Mm 

Oal Lliatrrtu 

..Jobo WaadaW 
All.. JH.M1 JUIIMWI 

...M.iai. Uacaara 

Mill Lena Vryam 

KannTUeHlW 

. Otu 



DAYID GARBICK" and "DUNDREARY MARRIED AND SETTLED. 

TUESDAT had WEDNESDAY. Jnh Htb and 11 tb. Oily Nlkbt i cf 

Lord Dundreary's Eccentric Brother '8AM.' 



• EO M0KMT 



TCDBKDAT, FRIDAY ALd 8ATDR CAT. Jolj lC:b, 11th aad 18tb, and SATURDAY MATIM-r.. 

IYER. SOTHERN as LORD BUKDREARY, 



UiTLKyDE. 

FOniT^£l>~MAIDR. 

1 Krlj BartoD ...Saoio<r< . . 

j SERlO-ClaMIC GEMS AUCI j 

I (»odji nntl Dance *'<•' HnMi 

' IxallMd ....!-•■•' - Hoi 

To conclude, witb tLe Comic Sketch of THE 



'♦•OTJ3FL j&.WL-EiFLXCJ±.N cjoxjsijxt." jKEotel Runners. 



■W Tfao STEIN WAY PIANO need on tbls occsBion In klcdly loaned by M, GBAY. 



Uhatactera br Barton, K«I1f. bree. MaoJavills, Aroaot, 
Uasgie K"lly and Oompanr. 



"THE VILLA," 

At tit* Nam 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tba BalldiBff barioi Jnat b^ma oomtMeUd, la 
saw throws opto to ib« pnui c. In* oooa* i« •<•- 
CtDtJj faraliQad. aad baa 

Vonv Fubllc Parlors, 

— AUD— 

Ten Private jDining Rooms, 

Tfco wbolo b»tn*i ball*. o«t Ilk* a pabllobou! 
bat *-« It ta OAmod 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tb* Villa" ■■ :oo«t«d at tba lait or oortb-WMt- 
•tb iiuof tb« Park. 

SploarMQ BreakfaiU, Dlooera aol Bappora 
pT-jpir*'. oo tba aoortaat ootioa. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRIETOR. it-U 



FREE AND EASY 

....AT THE.... 

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

m ALOON . 
no. ess sackahrnto street, 

(BLsows at tba ClilUAGO BBEB DEPOT,) 
Ettry Halutduy F.venlntf at 8 o'clock. 

plTlZXKS IK GENHBAL, AND ALb AUS- 
V traliar.i and N#>w Zaal&adara an> Inrltad to 
aUaad.aodari aaaared of a bnarlr welco jis and 
irood obaar A oauiui HOT l.UNOH aerT»d t-Tin 
day ia tba waak. QKU. b. AUbTIN. 

*ti-u Proprietor. 



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Attention, Good Liver*! 

MELfl. KOBHKKLV 
■ r «wrof tna Minora' R«a< 
Uaraot, tut a*k«a ta* mftaafcemaDt 
"" botb aba Mloar*' RaarAQnot on 
uau.*ftLA atroflt and tb* Uinara' 

j la.-Atetitrsat. Onr Ullla of ifur» 

■rmgPJHB. tb* dalicaciai of tb* uaaoo. Or.. 
moKoii "Goad Tare Jood Oooklat »od Modantr 
Qbareai ■■ ■ 

P. BBBftM A •<>. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

<U1 and Attki (Jow.nprj'A.. ■ 
f 09 Markat atr»«t. 
m f a.k. to 1J p.m. t»36-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO QATHS 



Hairdressing Establishment. 

H'lK WASUINOTON ST., fT 

EbATlac. W oaots. Hair Out- WflATNal 
Uac, » oeoti. Sliampoolafc 'is * "r"""^ aal 
JOHN ORKLF. 



P. H. McCANN. 

PRACTICAL. HATTER, 

No. as Turd all reset 

Bataaaa ALvkat and Ukiaioa itraeta. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAH. L. STONK, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Battcaeo Oallforola and Pido. 
Tula alasaot ra»ort. baa lAtaly been eolargcd, ai i 
now cootaina S uow Bevel tiljloe. Tbe ber-^ LiqnOi i 
and Cifiars at tbo Bar. Five large Hnolj fmrniabci 
rooms, for oiaba and private partiee ontbeirowi 
terms and rolea. Jal-atu 



FIGARO 

CIBOULATEti AS HOUSE PBOGRAMMK IN 
evorr Tboa'f aid in ever; place of amoae- 
laoot m B«ji Prasoiaoo. 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

R0ARIN6 OCEAN!' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMinG SURF, MONSTER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WIFE. 

BKING YOl'R FAMILY! 

BRING YOUR LADY FRIENDS 

Aadenio»a vi-w of tb» eoeat OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA IN TH r: \VOKI:U, all in ei«bt ol 
tbe *or1d-i«Do<foed 

GoWlen Grate. 

Witb » iloet of wbit.w winner, meeaengere enterlat 
from every y;ut of 'bo eomioarcial world. 

ettP-New Line Bnacoe, ooooeotlng witb Street 
Car a nt Lone Monnt&lD over? 15 minutes hereafter 
for tbeOliiIHuc.ee jyl-tf 



Grand Duke Alexis 

m 




S. W. DENNIS, 

Dentist, 

HAS JUST KKIURNKD FR0« 
tb. Kail anil le'DO'l tb. pr.ctico 
ol l:t. pr.lu.aiOD, at bl« formur office, 

8H KF..AKN Y STBEET. 

Ban Francisco. mi 



319 BUSH STREET. 

'ALHAMBR& house. 

•TpHIS HOns;:. BEINR OKNTKALty ._. 
A located, near \l! tae p'lsOioal Uatela, -ffe"* 
BeaUoreot* and plaoe* of Aaiaaemeot, mu{ 
Stranger* uan Qnd good, comfoTtable, pleaa- *» 
at and elegant roorse at rea*ocabl« price*. 
oo2*-tf 



D 



R. O. 0. O'DONNHCT,, Office acd Beaideoo 
a<5 Kearoy, pear Jaoaaoo. opataire. Orad- 



''PHE DHPOT OF THE GRAND DTJKR AL- 
A exla 'Pier, -cotcd Oougry^Q Goitera and Frenob 
Tieeinr Gent* ard Boy*, is at P. Kelly'B, tbe 
Pr'z- Bootmaker. 

4u <'ii.(-. of ttiB above ro ids now in store, and 
will be eold at Eastern dh»« >. 

Pereoad rtHidtnjr in tbe logo'tt d«tlronB of ob- 
tain top (.'Meet fiitlng Boota and Sboee, cao send 
for P. Kollv'a U'ronlar,cor.taining hin new uatbod 
of eelf-meattarement and lift of onetom prioea. 

JF». ZS.JE3H.3L."S", 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Iset, Uodlieirvr} and Kearny, 



To the Unfortunate. 

DJB. OIJ3UON'* ii.HPf.SSAUY. 

WO. *«8 KJ5ARNY STKKET, OOh- 
oer of Commercial, Sad Fr»n«i»oc 
f ( nlr&noe on Oommeruiat atret-t. Kstab- 
liabed in IStt, for me Treatment and 
core of all diunasea uf tbe urinary and 

generative o iraos, aod all phjeioai ooo- 

ditioQBor weakaesa conaeQunDt upoo i.ne errort 
or ignorance of tbe st-X^s. .Skmdi&ease (of yeara 
fiw.ndicg) atd nlfjeraleil legB tnooesafnlly trt-Ated. 
Tbeoioband ih« afflicted aQould uot f»».l to call 
npon him. Tbe Doctor hai ti&reiad B»ten»l*el? 
in Europe, and iuspeotnJ tborontfbly tbo vaiiona 
boapitale tbero, obtaiuioK BRii-At dtji.1 ot vainabie 
information, wiifnh bu in cotxipebent %Q impart to 
thoBB in need of hie aorvioe*. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no charge nnleaa ba «fl'icia it care. AiVlr.-»i» 
DR. J. F. GItiBOjV, Box 1HS7, incn traccwwo. 
Qejo-tl 



A »F» ',.',1 OOTAVE 

PIANO 

WIL.L BE 

HOLD at ** BARGAIN, 

On AooOD t of depnrtnre from tbo State. 
Call, or Address 

'FIGARO" OFFICE, 
632 3VIoarolxo,iia.t JSt. 

m.ilJ-'-t 




Macbitis begionera. 



CZ-&Y-STREET 
RIDINO ACADEMY, 

SStk tlni Strict, Cor. 
Stockton. 

Thia lathe moat elegant 
ivr.d oommodlooa Biaiog 
academy in fbo citi : opeo 
day and evening. Partic- 
nl j r mttoMon paid to 



A. MARSHALL, Proprietor. 



MUSIO TaA-XTCa-H'T. 

IN^IBUOTION ON THE PIANO. 
Goiter, Aooordeon, Water and Ol! 

Petotiog at prices to aait cirCMnr*— ■-■ 



OSTERS, 

PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Pimtins for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW HATES, BX 

B. F. STERBTT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 

OR. WILLIAM S. DAViS & G A. CASE. 

DaaNTI®"! 1 ®* 

SB Montgomery aMltcl, 
Opp. Liok Houaa. 
Dentielry iu all tu br*,oii>-, 
mbcO-ifui 




TO THE LOVERS of SOHC 

AND SOCIAL ' IN [JOTMENT. 

Having marie anirable alroratiooa for eoDdatgCaaa 
a Qret-oUae FRbE AND KAbV at tbe 



QHARING 



606 MISSION 



4* 



S*l00li, 



NEAR SE6HII. 



We iotend ronoiDg It as of yore— Snciabrltr*a*- 
wayeoor motto, Polnenuoo and t< air DciMinr ear 
rule. Grand opininc Saturday May 30tL>.197«. r~ 
-. i . , i l.,.-M» • vi" ■/ S\Lurdav during tbn mi<nn. 
old imtronaand ih»pnblic in geoaral are oow 
invitrd. Ubair t«k"o by our old ubatrtaae I 
F. PHILLIl'.i a^3"olook nbarp. 

JAOLK8 A «U 



; reasooabla i*l$>. 



coal i C?o^.l ] 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 
COAL DEALERS. 

Office. : Whole.olc, Bnlkli.uil. 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 413 and 4 I 5 pacific St., 

Abcvo Saiisome. 

BOLK AC£MTS FOR 
KEWFOBT COOS MAY *OAL CO., 

Aad D.alers la all D.aoriatiooa of 

JToroi|S:tA and Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

apjS P O. BOX !««». 



California Ahead of the WerU 

wooleiTgoods. 

11HK UNDERSIGNED 16 IN BKOKIPT OaT 
Blaokete, Flaonela. Horae-BUnVetioaJ, «aa. 
direot from the Mills, and will Hell to looa Mtnalt 
Depot, A8 New Montgomery strent: 
QtfiUm GEO U. MA. IN, 



$300,000 OO 

TO XiO>fA.K"! 



Bval Eatr.to.Bo;!aeB3 Papsr and other Oat- 
laterals. 

JOHN T. iilXXLK, 



MILITARY GOODS 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAL 
TRIMMINGS, 

So. 18 Afoiittfoiwerr Avenue, *. T- 
hlltf ROOrtRRS -TOMWI^HI 



EKED. K A T Z , 

BEEF AND PORK. 
BUTCHER, 



Gray's Music Stores, 

033, 625 CLAY STREET. 

TN OHDEP. TO ACOOMMODATK TUB PDHUO 
X nnd th* mnsiaal profissior. «at\V8 UUAia 
stores will hereaf'er ulcso at 6 P. M. inateed of. 
P M «>f rm*ri». ma!3A» 



CANDIES? CANDIES? 

IVX . .A. . IVXBRCJ3I 

Ma,r'j.A»Liin»i e B ary d A 
rAfllUCH. Ta'aiolvaulc ua>d SctatlL. 
51 8 K.rn, St.. DatwMo 5c.<.rani*nto aad QeJ 
fornia and !•! Seeond -traeL betwer- 



MINNIE WILLIAMS. 

PlOaeSSIOSAbLY kjwwk AS -Ltl 
')|"n ' ■ .... 



*a» /o¥EHal of amcbkmkhts. 

--Glared *vsrr l*ay '» t« Y *« •" 

=• BOOABDU8 



HtrcMUl nad SB* W»UIb*m>« At* 

lietow Montgomery. Ska KrmtfUoa. 



S4JCKDAT ...JULY 11, 1OT4 



PACIFIC COAST DRAMATIC NEWS. 

u^io.— BwpbeB Miesett, well ktown 

• Pipe", of FipMTiU#V' will give til* 
eawm w>aolQF n " •Bt-rtalnmeot at theLeclrj-e 
rvam af the Congr*g>t oual Oboicb. on Tbure- 
■r«»fnine. Joly 16ih. Thla will be Jeenae' 
j»jr»*ll of SicramtDto and "otber towns ye*, to 
m^mrtmmm." 

a** Jcji.— The dramatic perfcrmanceforthe 
At" of tie Louisiana soflerere ome off »t 
a House on Thnriday evening, Tne 

* wm performed In good style by Hug 
» Llpria, Mlia Boko McCab-. and San Juse 

>kin. Tbe receipts were 1167.20; tbe ei- 
ate* S193 85, Tbe performance was repeated 
iiigh.. r der tbe olronmstuiceg tbe Ban 
i* a:oplewill not eel) upon tbe Louisiana 

i rank* op tbe dencienoy. 
finnii- Tt|a pretty little town Is to bive a 
saw taestre. George T, Sicbols and Gecrge 
W. Sill ere at work on stage and scenery, and 
tea ttoatre will soon be ready lor dramatic p r- 
L. H. Dw;er Is tbe proprietor. 
-Tbe next entertainments tbe 
Portland people are to enjoy, are a series of 
MMcettiby Maiame Anna Biabep, Mrs. Mar- 
sfMx, ud otherti whose names we gave tbe otber 
Aw/. 

Ta«aru Cut.— The Coleman Sisters, Missis 
•Bay*, Alice and Lonlee, enmmeneed sn en- 
HP Mi nr at Piper's Opera House last uvea, 
ni bare been playing to good houses anring 
tW present *e*k. Their entertainment con- 1 
lUii af Tooai and instrumental music, comedy 
■tins, 

VauIoxk.— At latest dates the stock com. 
fwsry were performing at the Theatre and John 
VTUmb's Palace Amphitheatre Circns Troupe 
w»i oolni( an lamesse bnslness. 

UrmR, Ool.— At the Cricket, which Is man. 
a*4 by Harry Sprlftgs, Miss Coriell, 0, B. 
Shots, Mile. Anbre; , Miss Jonnle Logan and 
flSBHHS give an excellent variety entertainment. 
JobBBT Thompson, who opeaed at tbe Deovsr 
Then ire proved to be a fraud, and was with- 
flrew/B after tbe first night. BMnrnfl & Mo. 
tn'a Minstrels are performicg at Guard's 
Oyoxa House. 



to strolling round the other sight, 
■*e look afFrlBco by gas light, 
awjrearelaaefeet, by chance did stray 
*» wnare a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of eporkllnK waters, made a screen 
Through -which a sweet banquet was sees i 

- TJalle mossy stone and pearly shell, 
eyar which the waters aertly fell, 
Hade that window seem to be 
-Soaoe fairy grotto of the sea. 

atop," »Id my friend, "let's ^o in aere^ 
ft iDOJts so nico~and try their cuter. "15 
•ail right," I said, ' -I mnst agree 
3hat this place suits me to a <T.'" 
9« sooner had we round a seat 
Bom at our side a waiter neat 
•Jade his appearanco, as feed our wish— 
dtM they h&ii almost any dleh 
Tz%L we might name. We found It trni 
Jfnd eotkedmagmjicently, too; 
All kinds of oy-stere, Juicy, fat, 
Gaokod every style; jutt think of that, 
•sad tf your mouth don't water, then 
Sm're different from other men. 
Thor'd clam e and crabs and terrapins £ 
±a ioci, we found they had within 
That cosy plaoeaZI kindsof game, 
dfloh, flesh or fowl which, we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
finpwed to tempt an epicure. 
T*e ladies, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
3tat tbey have bpw-tbe beet Ice cream; 
9* Were tbey floes, :he Uttle Blnners, 
Vagst what tbey call "su^h nice dinners,** 
Iffatoever doubts this let blm rash 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
&ajd there this truth he'll find made plain : 
Who gof'.B tLere once will go again, 
Pactflc Oyster Hcuse, 3S7 Bueb street, adore 

sTsTsMtgomery; open Dayand^lKht. 

H^M^I -HS ha*KF . Proprietor, 



i Verdict, 
Hair of the best-dressed gentlemen In this 
x*y would say, If a?ked tbe question where 
ffeeyhad their clothes made, that they went to 
sWaac A St Jnda. "So, 613 Washington street, 
sad would alio advise you to go there if you 
wua*d a perfect-fitting suit made In the latest 
■Was from either Imported or domestio goods, 
s* tbe lowest price compatible with a good 

9prlng; Styio Hats. 

Ugskt, beautifully finished and graceful In 
•kept, the new Spring style of Hats manufao- 
ftsrvi it "The" Hat Store, 617 Washington 
wrest fseoond hat store below Kearny street), 
3 j3»t the thing to make a man look a hundred 
y r ceo L better. Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
So to "The Hat Store" for a new one. Prices 

3-v 



Sreat Barffalnt in Clothing-: 

Ta* aab* store in the city that has the largest 
cheap** t and finest assortment of Mea'sand Bors 
CQaftsrisc, la H, Peyser's Montgomery Avtnao 
g Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
and Jaekson. Also, a large aasort- 
awatof Men's and Boys* Ovarooats and Cloaks, 
aoisiba fioett stock of Genu' Furnishing Goods, 
T>saks. Valises, etc. ; _i 



A tPleaMsmnc location. 

ptsaont desiring oomiorUble lodgings in s 
>ntai location, should visit tbe Alhembra, 
as>d inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tsw building is a verr fine one and is well 
■Lgtxtod and ventilated. 



.Bow I Made 830. 

1? buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
3. A. dbaher & Co., 707 Market street, two doors 
frets Third. Tbey sell Furniture 20 per cent, 
afeeeper than shy otter dealers, I tried them 
aU. 15-i 



Tree and. _la.«y. 

A Yooal and Instrumental Concert will be 
grew every Wednesday and Saturday evening, 
* VK Market street, opposite Sea/try. The best 
3f Salens will oe present. Everybody 1b invited 
be attend and will receive good cheer and cor. 

IF 



y-roati one tooth to a full upper set. from $5 
■»«B. Filling reasonable. By Dr. Croweil, D. 

3X 3- So. 30 Eearny t tree t,. near Market. 2-j 



FOREIGN DRAMATIC NEWS- 

A London correspondent Bays : 1. K- Emmet 
IflnLootion. I met him here tbe other nlgtt, 
and on my atklog him If be intended playlrg 
la London, he replied that so erg»g«meat b»d 
been yet cor.c:uded. When Emmet op*ncd Rt 
tbeAdelphl be brOOgbt m«"aey. I)tit th» l»tt?r 
pait of bis swy w*s eflaico, fiuancially speak- 
ing. Byron la writing atother ol'ce for him. 

Mr. Gye has giren up his engagement as di- 
rector of the Italian operas of 8:. Petersburg 
and Moecjw. Ho found tba he would have to 
act under a high Batstan (ffl fel, and the t-ub- 
ordimte position did d t i u;t blm. 

Another candidate for "La lllle de Madame 
Ango;" honors tnrns up In tbe pere-on of Miss 
Blanche Ter*i, in Dnblio, who is highly com- 
mended. 

Nothing In music or tbe drama has excited 
ruch a sensation in Eualand se Leco.q'd"L» 
FUl^ de Madame Anpct " I: ban been played 
In all the nct**le theatre* frum Oie Cheviots to 
Land's Sod. 

Mr. J. L Toole, Mr. Hacc»be. and Mr. How- 
ardPau), art ill booted for Atuerica by the 
White S ar Line. 

Tbe Vienn-se F*m»J-: Orchestra, now playiog 
at the Altambra Tnettr*, Bros ele, have crea- 
ted a very gre&t eentatlon, end the tue&trd Is 
crowded to eEoetl «yery evening. Tbe mem- 
bers of this orchestra consist partly of Hunga- 
rians, Bohemfanp, and Viennese. Mile. Hpeteln, 
whop lay d tb* violin with such < xtr&crdln&ry 
Skill, Is oirly 16 y^are old . Her Bister, who plays 
tbe violliicello equally well, is 18 years oi age. 
On leaving Brussels they will proceed to Lon- 
don. 

The Prince of Walts wee present at a recent 
full-dress rehearsal of Balfe's "Tallsmano," at 
Oovent Grrden. Lor ion, At the end of tbe re. 
hesrsil, be e-nticr Mme, Balfe, the widow of 
the oomposer, and after expressing the gratlfl- 
eatloo he had derived from the performance, 
accepted the dedication of tbe work. 

MIesBos- OoghlaD, Ht* of Wallack's Thea- 
trs, Is playing Lady Isabel, In "East Lynne," at 
tbe St. James Theatre, London. 

Miss Helen Barry, a beautiful woman bat a 
poor actress, will play the Countess de Ohan- 
dooe in "Lad Attray," at tbe Gaiety Theatre, 
London. 

Tbe death IB announced ol Mr. Char !c; Ab- 
bot, the well-known clown and pantomlmlst 
He died at Cardiff, Wale*, of consumption, at 
the age of thirty-two, on Jane 8th. 

Madame Jenny Tan Z.nat, oar native Ameri- 
can prima donna, is now on a visit to London 
for pleasurable enjoyment, after a long and ex- 
hausticg labor o( English opera, but Bbe will 
rttoro in tbe Fall, to resume her professional 
eagagements In the United tt&tes, 

A rather realiftlo Incident occurred, one 
nlgbt recently. In tbe realistic tairi act of that 
realistic comedy, "Mont Blanc," at the Hay- 
market Toeatre, London. In tbe market scene, 
wltaieaUoantaln, real vegetables, real pon". 
try and real coops, a real ben laid anal egg 
(some may ssy it wae only a chalk one,} and set 
up a real cackling— which cauafd— oeet of all— 
a real laugb. 



Strawberries : Strawberries 

Tbe Matinee Fruit Store 409 Bash, 1b tbe plaoe 
to obtain your nice, fresh Strawberries. Parties 
pstronlsing as will b- promptly attended to, 
and can rest assured that tL-ir Berries will be 
»ent borne In good condition, »s we btve a 
U^ht spriog wsgon expressly for t-iat purpose. 
By leaviLg your sddreei cur wagon will c«Il for 
ord>r* every day, ttereby saving oar patrons a 
gcod deal of trouble. Give as i trial. 1-r 



Jos Giusta's Be^unraat, at lt-5 California 
Market, has been long and favorabiy known by 
the pnbll" a> a place wbi-re nice Chop?, Port r. 
Hoase Steaks and Oytters lu ev^ y style could 
be bad A shsrt time since, Air. Gioeta made 
an addition of a whole floor to b:s place, so 
that he c aid accommodate families. HI* ree- 
tiarant, as now constructed, can well be called 
a family re>taarti.t E*-M 



Tne Young ilavn rrom ttie East. 
" I'm a stranger in ttis city, 
I'm lately rrom the Las:, 
And mighty fond of oyeter<; ; 
Where can I ?et a feast ■ 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I find, 
A plate ef Ea&tern oysters, 
Of the old-faebioned kind." 

";Well, I can tell you," Batd his friend,; 
' "Exactly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters, 
Ulrect from wber* they grow. 
Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 419. oupo&lte the llartet. 
You'll see a bUd, 'THE 8ADPLE BOOE, 
Ton can't fall to remark It. 

" Emerson Corrllle ztcpr the place, 
Tbe beet saloon in town, 
There you can get your oysters raw, 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
Hi's the Iwgeet oyster dealer 
On tbe Pacific OosEt, 
And that he teeps tbe freshest 
Ha* ever bosfl hi - boast. 

" He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can Elt at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the yoong luen of ftehlon go 
xtlght to the SADDLE BOCK, 
To eat their E&8TEBN OY8TEB3 
And drinfc their BbeniBh hock." 



Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to tbe splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various eizes, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, In stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor In 1850, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-cJ 



Fine Watches 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A, 
Calender's, come; of Second and Mission. A 
fine assortment of chains, Jewelry, etc. Oall- 
and examine, 6-f 



Medical Wonder 

Ouresrheaaaatlsm, bullous paixtF, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches andpalne. All Drug 
gists k»ep it. '' ! 3-b 

ncDuwoli, ;s*riow Car-l Writer 

Beady made and a.«d i to order. Boom 10 

6Gb Market street, cor. Post an* tftntaomery o 



Us? MAKyctG's Salad Dressing — best and 
cbeaptit in town — at Oyster Hoase 672 Howard 

street, near Third. 6-at 



If one wishes to parti an hour or two pI-&?- 
sctlyattbd game of blllturds.no pte>at.nter 
place can be found In t'.e cty taan Ohtpniaii S 
Terr ill's BlUlard Parlor, Notthe&tt corrjer 
Ba^h and Eearnv stree> entr.tnce on BOBb 
From the window a good view can be bad of 
two of cur busiest ttret-t- Bash and Eearoy, 
Local Option not in force; for tbe best of 
Wines, L quore and Clcare, aie served at the 
bar for 12!$ certs. C-i 



OiiXMlC iiattt Cbiirma. 

Plano-i tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and eatisfacton guaranteed, by one that 
understands *he busineiF. AIpo, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
at 754 Market or 64 Third street, will leceive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan, *-▼• 



Freetasusd 8w»". 

Far the best oonfooaoaery. ft to Oantr and 
Waeoar'a. 187 Mwjn^er* St nbu Sattor B 



DW3T IS AND 8XE TtTZXLK AHB GALE A3 
the Opera Houee B&r, atljolnlag the Opera 
Hooee, Fine Wines, Llqaore and OlgnB. 2 w. 



Blankets ami Flannels 

Well washed a^d not spoiled, at the What 
Cheer Lsuadry 



Dental Work. 

Fob nsEer QtiALin of wosz, go to T. 0. Jes- 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutter *ud Montgomery, over 



Tucxert. 



3-D 



Ms, L. jAZJJBwrxe, No, 240 Kearny street, 
New and Second. Hand Clothing, of all deecrip- 
tloae, bought and Bold. Store closed on Sat- 
urday until 6 P. M. rt 



De. BxEBfl, Patent Gold Crownf lor oroksu 
or decayed Teeth, 290 Kearny str.-et. 2-bb 



WaflUing-Ibeturnod. in Ora* Day 

And we never disappoint, at tbe What Ohrer 
Laaudry. Mo Chinamen employed. 



New Furnishing; Goods, 
Cheap, at tbe What Obeer Laundry. 



What Chovr bnunaiy 
Is tbe be*t Lavndrr in Ban Francisco 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 



SIXTH EXHIBITION. 

San Francisco Art Association 

NO. 313 PIKE STREET. 



THE GALLERY IS NOW OPEN 

To the public. The collection inelndea a large 
number ot PaintisES by Local Artiste and Oema 
from leading private colleot ions. 

AN EXQUISITE SYLVAN SCENE, 

By B. C. KOIKKOEK, 

Which i. j a.tly regarded at one of the finest laod- 
Bcapes that ever came to tni. oonutry. 

II . 5iLEXTI»'8 

CHAPEL BY THE LAKE 1 

KEITH'S OEE1T J-1IMI.VS. 

THE CALIFORNIA ALPS ! 

EBPItCa'S 

AN EHOMSDA. : 

OaUS. SABL'a 

INDIAN LIFE IN CALIFORNIA! 

Two fine Oaatla Pieces br 1 RO YON aod ROBBE 
— and onmeroas otber great works. 

Admltilon S5 Cent. 

Ostalogaes, S5 Cents. 

»&• Open d.ils from 10 A. M. to 5 p.m., .cd from 
T to 10 P.M. ifll-lw 



VALLEJ0, BENICIA, HARTINEZ 
NEW YORK AND ANT10CH. 



OK AND AFTER SATURDAY. 
Mar idic, 18T4, dallr Cbundays ei- 

Ocpicu), toe steamer 

PARTHENIUS. 

CAPTAIN bTOWJBLL 

Leave Cfomp Co. Ariive, Oofog Down . 

Sun Fr«nti=oo...a:W p M. Arrive 10:^0 A.M. 

Vallejo about 5:15 P. M A&oat i :li A. M. 

BzDicia....aboBi o.4tiP. M. About 8:i5 A.M. 

M-rtiDvz.abom 0:<fi P. M. Abo«t fcr'» a. H. 

N-Y- L»Dd.Dg"7:4JP. M. Aboat 6:64 A.M. 

An tiosb.. Arrive SW, P. M. Lea« »t....«:» A. M. 



Karcur.ioDi.t3 minting Mount Diablo will fiod 
tbit the moot pleasant roate, by war of MAr-.TI- 
MhZ. coDttectLDE Wltn KeNXfi,"l'*a L1NH OK 
bTAQEs. PM1LI1* OADK, 

Jyli-ti <518 Hontiiamerr Street. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loan 
Society. 

No. Gl* CALIFORNIA STREET. 

Guarantee Capital, ^300,000 

THE DIRECTORS OF THE ABOVE^OOIETY 
hbvf< declared a dividend of niae and hi- 
tenths (9 6-10) ptireent, peranoam on 'fera De- 
poti'.s, and *iebt (8) per cent, D A r annara oo Ordi- 
n»xy Deposlto, for tbe term eodioc J ue 30,1874; 
free from Pe-dsrsl tax, aod payable on and &lier 
Jo.lv (i, 1874. Br nrd^r. 
jr&-lm. D. B. OHISHOLM, Secretary. 



BIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

ei8 CLAT STREET. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Di- 
rectors held Julj i, 1874, a dlrldend wm de- 
clared for IBs ill meotat oudioc Jons 30, iST-l, »t 
the rate of Eight aod Tvro-fif tbi (8 2-5) per oent 
per iXDom on all deposit*, free of Federal Tax 
enable on »cd af'-er Ja\v 15. 1374. 
jrli-lm CYRUS W. OARMANT.Oaahier. 



PJ. GATELY HAS BKMOVED FROM 
• 1019 Haricot street to 720 Market, (Orient 
Saloon) between KesrDV and Dopant street, wh-re 
be will coo tinae to dispente the cboicest braade of 
Wine'e, Brandies, Cigair, e:c,. give him a call and 
test what we aaj. jyll-Im. 



TO LE!T. 

PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 

Corner of New Montgomery and 

BY THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASONABLE RATES. FOR 

Concerto, Lectures or Mass 
Meetings, 

This UaxoiQcait Building baa tkaticc Aocom- 

medation far 

3,000 PERSONS. 

And lg so constracted that every person in the 
Anditoriam can see and near. 

For partlcnUro apply to 

SHEKIDAl.' COSBYN A CO , 
6O0 MOBtvonter; Street* 
je23 Boot* O. 



LEAGUE 0F_FREED0M 

THIS 800IETY WAS ORGANIZED LAST 
fnefidu Jane lfith, bj dtldgauB of tbe 
"Grooers' Dcioi Trades Dnlon" a^d "Peraonsl 
Liberty League." The objeot of the organization 
is mu'.nal protection against any infringement 
ud on personal rights. Its praairal object now la 
to work against Lota! Option- At a meeting held 
last evening the League of Freedom adopted a 
Cod& of LawB. Today proper agents will canvaaa 
the citr for members— > tbey are empowered to col- 
lect one dollar initiation fee and iBene Certificates 
of Membership. Oartinoateaof Membership may 
alas be obtained at the office of the League, No. 
622 Olay street. Room 9. from 9 a af. to 4 p m. 
By order of Committee. 

JTJLIUS BDHLERT, Beeretary. 

jetf-lt 



CENTRE MARKET. 

Sutter and Dupont Streets. 

THIS MARKET WILL OPEN 

for business 

THURSDAY, July 9th. 1874, 

And will be Illuminated Thurs- 
day, Friday and Saturday Even- 
ings. The Public are respectfully 
invited to inspect it. W-a 



•£•*•« - 



M$Mm 






MB. S. H. MARSH, WHO HAS BEEN En- 
gaged for many years giving Musical Ioa trac- 
tion oo the Pianoforte, Harp and SingiDg. in tbe 
most oi-tir-puUhed familtee of Karope, India. 
Australia end Japan, begs to acnonooe bis Inten- 
tion of reoeving a limited number of pnpils dnr- 
iDg bie rneidence in Saa Frauoisco. rlav<oe Btod- 
ifd the Pianoforte noder Hies (the favorita pupil 
of Kot/tboveD). John Cramer and Kalkbrfluce' ; 
tbe H*rD onder Bocbea. aod bingioc wttn Ferrari 
a-^d T. Welsh; ne has bad tea bouor of prodnoing 
<. ftreuthr numbar of b'liliaDt anQ acootnpliBbed 
pnoil than fall* to tbe lot of most Masters. Ar- 
rang'-ments as to tbrme, etc ,cai be made by 1t- 
•- rH addressed to tb- care of h LLIS READ, ESQ.. 
304 California Btrcet, or at Gray's Mnsio Htore, on 
Olay street, ban Francisco. j 6-lm 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 

HAS REMOVED FROM THE "RED LION" 
Saloon, No. lOOeary street, to the "Sootia" 
Saloon, 

No. 6S8 Sacramento Street. 

Which will hereafter be better known as tbe 

'-Lion and Unicorn l" 

The "Old Sport" will always be on taud to re- 
ceive hie former patrons and Iriends, and serve 
tbe bast brands of Wined and L qnor*. Also ex- 
hibit a die collection ol Sportini: Pictures. 

•9- FREE AND EASV every Wednesday aod 
Saturday Night. Ohalr will be taken at 8 o'clock. 

]F7-tf 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

68:8 California Street, Corner of Webb. 

FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING WITH 
Jnne30, 1874. acividend bat been declared at 
the rate of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term 
Deposits and sevea aod one-balf (T>£) per cent on 
Ordinary Depoiito. fr*e of Fedetal ui, payable 

on and after July 13. *1874. „ 

By order, LOVELL WHITE, 

ji6-lm. Cashier, 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 



German Savings & Loan Soeiety. 



THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THKGER- 
man Savings and Loan Society have declared 
the dividend for the first balf-year 1374 endiog this 
date, at tbe iat« of eight and two-bit ae per cent . 
{B2 5 percent.) p^r annum on Terrn Deposits ana 
seven percent. (7 peroent.) per anSim on Ordin- 
ary Deposits, free of Federal tax, payable on and 
after the 15th day of July M» order, 
j(6-U5 GOE. LETTE, Secretary. 



4th Of JULY 

Grand CJ©lo'l3X"«»ytlc>xi.. 

Everybo dyt ilafornedth at at the ol 
det and an aibe rah. reeaeeondt tre 
etvr ear ese 11 la S» Pi ead lalo pea b«c bo 

rfr ontih lrtaat S l.SO. 17 ade rwearf 
ram SOc op war divn dev ery thl agelie 
che npai eh eapc aabes tbe Bed letaa d 
coa, 

NO. 3 SECOND STREET, 

Opposite the Grand Hotel. jefl-Jm 



RECREATION, 



Grand Success 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

HaodredB Art! Ing them=elvfe of tbe Great 

Indac-iLeDts OiTt-red by the 8. F. & X. P. 

* R. R. O >. to make one of the moat de- 

li.-htfiil trips la the couctrj, which 

Isthroaff' tbe beaatlfu. Sonoma 

and Rns^i^n River Valleye. 

GREAT REDUOTON IN PARES. 
8nnday Excursion Tickets to 

BOJAHW, 

PtTAltMi 

nniLn.iiiKG. 

8AHT1 KOSA. 

OKTiEBVIllE, 
CLOTEBJIAU, 

SETSEES ! 

T'H£ B. F. AND K. P. R. R. OO., AT TaE 
earnest solicitation of its patrons, SB well as 
tb. pabno eeDer.lIr, a... mads a great redaution 
in their regular r.tt>.. s. an indac.ineot to Eicar- 
.looiet. tosasko tb» most de'fthtfol. »Dd, witbsl 
the meet oiotar. Eqa, sod tzeitiog trip to the 
Great Natar.l Wonder of this Ooast, 

THE CREAT GEYSERS! 

Via Oloverdale. returning via Oalistoga, 

The Petrified Korest, 

Skagga' and Mark West Springs, 

All renowned Places of resort for pleasure 

seekers. 8. F. k M~. P. R, K. Oo. 

conneota at Uloverdale with 

VAN ARNAM & KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



By this ronte you eDJoy a doable pleasure trip; 
abeautifol trip oo tbe Bay on the nUamer ANTK- 
LOPt to Donahue Laodtnfr. asd tben by Ibe oars 
tbroueb i he moat beautiful and fertile valleys on 

the i- ■.-..«. ■ . 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For the Round Trio, Rood till the fotlowtug 
MONDiY MORNING, at the fol- 
lowing rates : 

To Petalaren and BetQ't 91 5f) 

To Sui.tii. Boia aod Ketarn 3 OO 

To Henld-bnrff nnd Setnrn 4 OO 

To Cloverdale and Ketarn 5 OO 

To Sfaiairifi* sprlu^n uod Jletnrn.,. 6 SO 
Ronnti Trip Tickets to the Gey- 
ten and rt-iurn, v!n Cloverdale 

(Good to October aim) IS 50 

Oejraera uad relnrn. Tin Calla- 

tosa 16 OO 

To the Gev«er* Ulrect O 7ff 

Grynttri., Tl-.i Ciuverdaleto Calls> 
totf^, to tht Keirlfled Forest 
and ifium to thta city (Good to 

October 81. 1« SO 

Round trip tickets to the Geyaere good for the 
season 1874 

THE STEAMKR 

AM'fELOPK 
li«avea dailr <t$nndavs expected) from fr'ao Fraa- 
otsco at 2:3(1 I*. M... from front Street vVaarf. On 
fciundme at 8 A. M. Returning, arrives in San 
FracoiBcoSuoday evenixg. at 7 o'clock. Tickets 
on board tbe steamer. 

r . H, GERDES, 
Gan. Pass, and Ticket Agent. 
A. A. BEAN, Snp't, 

GJEKJBRAr. OFFICE, 
m(.21-lf 486 aflontaTomery Street. 

DAILY LINE. 




ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1S74, THE UN- 
dereigned will mo bis regularliue of eix-horf e 
Concord (Joncbes between 

Cilroy and Gilroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Ooonecttue with daily trains both North and Booth 

Having rua this line for two years without an 
aocident ottuormg, ne is oonndent he can continue 
tbe same <v>tn nrfeey t--> the publio. 

Through Tiofeew to th» Bpriogi frotn Pan Fran- 
ciecoaa*i a:i required information may be bad at 
£OS Atoinfntfrj Street, and at the Hoc 

June Jauilroud Vepot, Han Francisco. 

Private -jo -vayanoe furnished by letter or tele 
graph. A ic.ri't. 

It. H. DTER, Gilroy, 
P. O. Box a», or by W. F. 4 OO. 

Bay your Throuicb Tickets and nevur bedelayed 
on tbe road. ap6-tf 



S. F. and Ji. P. R. R. Co. 

ON AM) AFTER APRIL 13. 1974, THE 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt. Galloway, con- 
pecting at Donahue Lanaing with the oars for 
Glovordsl* aod inti'taif-d-nte atationi Will leave 
\ (S*n Fmccisoe dailt from Front Street Wharf at 
2::io o'clock. Keturninff will leave C'lovardale at 
6 A. M. connecting: at Domthne Laodlne with 
steamer, and arriving in Saa f rancisco at 11 A M . 
SUNDAY fX( PR8IONS. 
The ateatuer ANTELOffC will leave Front street 
wharf every Sunday morning, at 8 o'clook, con- 
neoting at Donahue with oars for Petalnma, 
b&nta. Kori.-. Hfaldanurg, cloverdale. Returning, 
tbe train leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'clook, P. SI., 
conneoticg with B' earner, arriving at San Francis- 
co at 7 o'clock. Excursion tioketa at reduced 
rate*. ()nnn»ctione mad a with stages for Sonoma, 
Oklab, Moxdooino and Ole»r Lake. 

No fr*ijrbl can b« received after 2 o'clock P. iL 
For further information apply at Companj'9 
ofEce, i 3r. Montgomery atreet. 

P. DONAHUE, Preaident. 
F H. GERDES , 
ap22-tf General Pasaenger and Ticket Agent. 



(TRAD E MARK.) 




R.E1MBD3I 

IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 
For Stile JBvery~*»7liere. 



CRANE BRICHAM, 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. je3-fc 



fflO Z*C\(\ Wanted a party to invest the above 
'iff^Oyj'j . amount, it will pay a reenru of from 
31(1 000 to tJJS.CflO in one year, tbe best paying buei- 
oeee m San Franoisco- For partioulars apply to 
S Corbyn *t O*., Agents 606 Montgomery street. 
Room 9, Sao Franotaco. . je29-tf. 



few lYapa Sodi 

i,^ ***. i smamklimo omimh. 
i. 

In- «»r»lln* To»k. 



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TB» It <fi>- 

r'urniahrd Kooma 

l» I AM \ 

»iia on won. i 
Optn rTTNi 

J. E. Si.|\ 



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▼•1. XIX 



LITTS NEW MUSIC HALL. 



■▲GUHU'S N1W THEATRE. 



randest Show in the World 

■OOP* o» 

OVAL MARIONETTES ! 

l. Jims' Hall, and Crystal Palace. 

I.ONUON. 



t« ■»►.-. Iail|.'<:u7 i; -. r.«r--. 







raarauroa 



UTVHD4T AWV H-HDAT tVl.HHOI 



JILT II ..4 l< 



I J UM TMRg •** :«-.u.l AMi-M, 






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MISS JEFFREYS LEWIS 

ww «n it w r » > > ■« ■»». »»i»M«» uimiij, 

SCHOOL ! SCHOOL 1 



• «J t - *• u 

trimiio JPLT II 

'nauJjSTINCT ENTERTAINMENTS. 

:k „, lie brleln»r(hrl«.ty Minstrels 

Toft 

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gHf 

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iin 1M 
n»*. i. 

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CktlMi 

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» M R— !■< by Ih. f»ll Str*oil. of to* 



GREAT STAR COMPANY 



RAKDOWR 

HE ITA IAN FANTOCCINI. 



»V»OJKT 
*•»*. frt-nl P. -My. P»>-|iIWVr; 
• a: Camp-us*! 
.*»•«. f-t* u< *• m*T. Ohl***** Bttt 
niHf. OkiBto* Mai Kiepoo, tM Uilipmtiea 



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To coartvul* vttt t*e Fairy Pant .mine of 

ittle Red Riding Hood ! 

rn trior. ■ tt n- nm- •--**? •"•--* — *•* M»*wti qi« h .o*>- 

. «lfr»4t Ml** •■4 UMUf WlrtrorH, ElMlntMl 
M'lC "Hn IB* eras'**-.- 

• II *«•»•■« Tr»;«f»r»i»t'»»*. «iUi Bud esd Casra* of 



WO MATINEE* EACH WEEK, 
WHnc-rflay and Saturday, at 2 P. M. 

PRICES OF ADMISSION 

..oil. vt no 



tiion 

itaiuc. ^ 
tffli, im. : |c 

. B ,GIUU illiiw. RtMml 

loal*,.!*; 

fraI |r*a Rh 

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.*" MM ■• all xru of Ih* Holm 
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vm\* MS b. Mcarftd at to. Hall. Box Office od.o f mm 9 A. 
to IP U JOHN R. ■cl»OHOL , i.H. IMMril MtEbcM. 
• cOOHuCGB. KAR.IBUAW A CJ„ I'lapiiiton. 



• jo ■>•• la tbu Hall i* foralibad br T. M. A.\- 
*»K' L A Ci... C14 WMhloatoQ Mml. 



With life followiBg powerful and perrfct caat : 



KOWARD ABHOIT 

. tlUAHLBa RDMOXOS 



JOBII BOWSOR 



LOUD BKAI ' 

nn 

•uc rajasroKM ... .(.robor oiddirb 

OB. Rltrtturfir a. d. uilukos 

TAPORAR... J- FRRHI.Y 

BELLA HJrs JEFFREYS LEWIS 

RAOHl Tltittl M1S5 BYDBRV COWELL 

MRa.RDfCI.irTR... M1SB MARY WELLS 

GIRLS. .. HIMRS VATAHOUR. OIIAMPRRBB. ST. JOBR. ADA u4 TILLIR DRAVES. KW.. Etc. 




AOT XX. 

The School Room. Examination. 



ACT XXX. 

The Playground, Evening, Flirtation. 



ACT xsr. 
THE PLAYCROUND, MORNING. EXPLANATION. 



GRAND 



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on as.A.Txmxj^a.-K - . 



MONDAY, JULY 13 

A GRAND ROMANTIC MELODRAMA 

Of Powrorful Interest. 

■ 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

B-W. •■.••. ■•■)«. aajg ■%** HnML 

""HOT. li'aft!?***' "iPV * ***** 

M ....... r ... .^ Y. . 

• TARTLINC DEVELOPMENTS! 



BUCKLKY> TO-NKUITt 

We Still Reign Supreme 

AT 

NIK IJRFAT KXPOKIIM OF FIN ! 

»«»' PACMW I MEW rralTRRS I NBW A«TM I 

ARD 

An liiiniriiKK Arrn.v ol I iil<-nt. 

MICH AND V 9 to INTERLUDE. 



•ATCHDAT AND SUNDAY EVEMIMOM 

Tb. Tmabki will Outumnto. vlib ■ 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND Fill 

l int. bine »1li lh« YAltllTY WALK ABODRB. 



OX.XO. 



OwMnrifw . 



O-rtMl it 



OAKLAND GHOST. 

r*w-.rirokB- rrtuk Uoil nor* 

Pit« I ItiTut JohDDj To-fi 

J*-.» Jontur Prtn-t 

N.-faj tutrl Oaice m .Id* Ftih 

ll.il.-1 U. .11. T..,m. 

Poo bit ZlDfirwIlr. Kixr Vlarral ■■« %>*t-CBjlr> Hr*w»r 

rt»II««l .Molll-* LaFnrrrH 

' tom .I.ihun. t'rlcM 

Ti>rr*l GfMs «"»irplf Wlllli 

llu«Mf Pnika ..I.if/U HnrrilRU. Mllf. Illnnrh* 



I CUT HIS TAIL OFF. 

N*<1 BaokUr And MrtrrT Divoy 

Nr-rl,.-! ..rttlr- None ••*•» M*r 



■X CD -EL TSX TXT "V" TTJBH8, 



Sons 

Mrdle-y Scnf- . 
■tons 



Katie Eat 

■•*« Flak 

dsllle LiFnrrtit 



IVtC>I4'T 1 ITVIC>I»^J. 



Soon IdniRrlt*. Hiewcr 

MniiB ltlie Dlunenfj 

nmchNanii* . Harry l»e-/oi 

Sonic Curi-ie \TllUa 

HAUNTED TAVERN. 

Hortiroore Dcvor And Pr.ot 



J-~f.il oy l>.nrr 

Rallud 

Ilnrt 

Huroplpe 



Bom Vlncrnt 

Mil-*. Illaaeb* 

...Carrie "iVIJIla nad M* 1*1 ak 

i.»z.-.ii- "IVorrel 



Overture 10-^CX>*J^JA>0^^0-^J5^?5-^? 

INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. 

Mr Grab Frank Mortimora 

rj^osi joboDj-Taart 

Mr. Daghnllon Harry Dovoy 



STAR 
lie and Porter. 

CEror. sat mBKET street, 
iBuiFin.u a u o ■ r. n *■ r . 



Try;goffiiaif pAflfli ©liTiE B0USB.: 



- ^_ Opnn Dar and Nijrht. Ladiea' Department. Ohopa and evorythiPK in market aer-*ed to order. --^ - c&'t 

XXi i iDnnter Street, *»r Kearny hetwe-sn California and Pine I -twL'CD^.SX 



W. H. SCHNEIDER, 

•a 1.L |CrTTisrsa*i:xT3a:, 

Xo, 88 Geary Street, 



I-» J -*t-<ZJIF , IO 



[aAtT 



SSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



OL 

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RTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



ct* 



•Ml* 



ublishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



lily Legal Journal Pabliahed West 
of the Mississippi. 



' REAB RICIIYED THE CORDIAL EaUOSSE. 
MtMMT Or THJE PK.rEASION AS A 



ELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



Only Authorized Agents on this Coast 



FOR THE OELEBBATEB 



'GrandDuke Alexis Ties" 



....AND THE.. 



"ALLIGATOR TIES" and "GAITERS," 



THE MOST COMFORTABLE, 



Durable and Fashionable Shoes In Town. 



also •x'xxxa XiA.naBST, 



Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 



Gents', Ladies', Kisses' and Infant's 



BOOTS and SHOES 



EYEB OFFERED IN SAN FRANOISCO. 



Cl.OTHIIVe HOUSE 
No. 15 Kearny Street, 

Will s II all their Luge Block of 

Fine Fashionable Clothing 



.IHOLUDISa.. 



FINE BLACK DRESS SUITS. 

DRESS OVERCOATS, 

Togither Willi 

Gents' Furnishing Goods, 

-A-T FRIOBS 

WAT BELOW THE LOWEST 

TO MAKE ROOM FOB 

FAXLsILb goods 

KOW OH THE WAY. 

Harris' Cass Suits 
$10 Each*. 

just RBoaivaxi 

300 Scotch Suits, $12.50 Each, 

AT THE OLOTHIHQ HOUSE OF 

E. C. DAKE «£ CO., 

No. 15 Kearny Street, 



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a&KLANQ DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR Jc CO., 

Bill and Card Distributors 

FOR OAKLAND unit VlrlNIT Y, 
Will f,,iiMally mftlES diatribatfOQB of 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

And e.err desoriDtion of 

Prlntod TAa:«.ttor 

At mo.t Reasonable rates. 
TAYLOR & CO. DISTRIBUTE 



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FiaARO " 



Id Oakland every day, and are to be relied npon. 



THE OLD 

Hot Booton, 

■A**" 

No. G (formerly »•**) ntnrtoa Str 
IS lfu«»r*B from Keiirif, 

Ail X>x-fnJ£is Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AND JERR? IN TOWN. 

ilwajaon fit:— ttfl New York Herald. Harper's 
Weekly. Frank Leslie'*, Dsv's Dotage, Pc' ioe Ga- 
zette, all the OnlifOTDia paDera, al»o (be Loodoo 
Fanob, Bell's Lifp, llluitrated Londao Newa. Call 
rtod caiisf y joar* elf. • 

•»- Don't forger, the aigo of tbe Hot Scotch. 

jel3-tf W. 8. WALDRON. Proprtetor. 



JOHN McCARRON, 

HORSESHOER and FARRIER 

41 *J THIRD STREET, CORNER PERRY* 
**JL*> Warrants to oars Iatsrferln** or Orer- 
reachlrjR. Corns and Brniaea will raosivs promo 
attention. 
ea»- Satiaf action nTen hi alt oases. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KXffDS Oil TUB FXRB15T OANDY 
made at onr Steam Oandy Factory dallj. Ail 
ordere, eepeoially from tbe oonntrj. an tolleitedl 
ud wtU be promptlr* atte ndsd fce. __„ 

ANTY k WAOJnQL 
acalS XVt Moat-romarr ft- nMU Be ttv 



FIGARO/ 

Kt JOTTSNAL OF AMTJ8EJCSHTS. 



¥». B O Gr -A- 



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* B*low Hoatcomtry. S*w> y ra o cto OO. 



SATURDAY JULY 11, 1«74 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Oaltfob-via Theatre.— A moet capital 

enUruiomoiit ill presented at ibis boaie 
lut oignt. It coostittd of tbe eomedy of 
"David Garrlck," tod the soresmitg faro* of 
"Dtudrtftrr Married ud Settled. " lo tbe oharao- 
tiro! Da-rid Garnet, Mr Sothern did lOmfl fX- 
oelleol noting. Tbe drunken scene wm Mmith- 
Dly well carried oat; tbe drunkenness wu jaet 
rial enoagh to deoeivs and disgust * woman, and 
At Ibt unit tim*. the audience, mtoj of whom 
wers aware of lh* eccontr.ailieB to wbiob dronk- 
aooeii leads, eoold aae tbat Garrlck wai sham- 
mi dr. It was a oonsiilsnt drank, aid If (bare is 
anything we like more than another, it la consist- 
ency, even in a drank. In tbe last aot.in wbiob 
Garrlokurge* Adalogol to re tors to ber fatber i 
Mr. Sothara exhibited intoneo pathoi, and per- 
feotlr carried tbe audience with him. Robert 
Patenea gav* a capital repreaeoUtion of a cons, 
tryaqairs of the olden time, and bis simulation of 
intoxication was equal in lta way, to tbat of Mr. 
Sotbero. The icpport wa* generally good. Miia 
Mlanie Walton locked cfaaimtngly lovely in tbe 
■hataoter of Ada Ingot and played it in a very 
natural and anaffeoted manner. At tbo matinee 
to-daj "Home" will be played, and in tbe evening 
last night's bill will be repeated. 

Opeba Hotjbe.— There ib no snch a col- 

lectiou of etars extant, aa that at present perform- 
ing at tbe Opera House. Ben Ootton, Billy Ar- 
lington, Bobby Newoomb, Billy Bweatnam, Little 
Mac, Geo, S. Knight, and Welch aod Rtoe are nn- 
nvalled In their various apecialties. The; will alj 
appear at the matinee to-day, tbls evening and 
again to-morrow evening Id a gnat bill comprising 
"The Blaok Brigade," "Female Soffrage." Who 
Stole the Banjo," "Senegambian Gambols," and 
other aiaating performances wbiob are set 
forth on oar first page. Tbe expense of each a 
combiaatioa ie enormous, bat tbe crowded boases 
■astila Mr. Magaire In bis resolution to engage 
the beet talent aod plenty of it. 

Maouibe's New Theatbe.— The excell- 
ence of tbe company engaged at tbie honse it well 
shown by the eapilal stile in which the comedy of 
"School" ie performed. Mua Jeffrey* Lewis has 
made a profound impression on the San Franoiaoo 
public, and may already be con t i Jerod one of the 
greatest favorites on tbe stage. Mies Sydney 
Cowell is very pleasing in soubrette parts, John 
Howsoo, Edward Arnott, Cbarlea Edmonds, Miss 
Mary Welle, George Qiddens, A. D. Billings, and 
ail the rest of tbe company spare no pains to 
please, and tbe manner in which plays are put on 
the stage reflects credit on tbe management 
"School" will be played at the matinee to-day, 
this evening aad to-morrow evening, and sboold 
be aeeu by all lovers of modern corned j before it Is 
withdrawn. 

Platt's Hall — The performances of the 

wonderful troupe of wooden beaded artistes 
known as the Roial Marionettes have drawn 
crowds to this house during the week. The en- 
tertainment is particularly pleasing to children 
and also ha* a fascination for children of a larger 
growth. The minetrel entertainment ii capital, 
the Fantooclni interlude (s very amusing, and tbe 
pantomime of "Little Red Riding Hood" as re- 
gards acting, eoenery and costumes, is unexcep- 
tionable. There will be a matinee performance 
to-day, and a performance lo the evening. 

Bekefit of Monh. Deschamth, — To- 

nnrrow night, an admirable entertainment will be 
given at the California Theatre for tbebeseBtof 
M. Julieu Descbampa, tbe baritone of tbe Aimee 
troupe. The charming Mile. Aimee will on this 
oooaaion make her last appe&ranoe in Sa* Fraccie- 
oo. The performance will consist of "Un Mar- 
dans du Ooton," by Mile. Marie Aimee and M. 
Desohamps as interlude of eong and dauce, in 
which M . Doichaapfl, Madame Fratsini, Madame 
Mario Briot and Mile. Marie Gangalu will take 
pact, and Offenbaoh'o opereba of Llsoben and 
Fritzohea performed by Mile. Aimee aad M. Des, 
champs. This very delightful eatertainmeut will 
doubtless be enjoyed by a large audi eooe. 

New Bella Union Theatre. — This 

well managed variety theatre presents a very at- 
tractive bill at present . After a rattling first part 
by the male and female minstrels, and a varied In- 
terlude, "Dombey and Son" la presented with 
James A. Heme In his great character of Captain 
Cattle. Harry Oonrtaino aa Toots, J. W. Summon 
as Mr. Dombey, Mlsa Jennie Johnson as Susan 
Nipper, 0*1. M&ndeville as Jack Bunsby, and a 
generally strong sa.t. Then come more aota, eongs 
and dances, and the laughable sketch entitled 
"Tbe Hotel Runners." concludes the evening's en- 
tertainment- 

Buckley's New Vaeiety Theatbe.— 

Johnny Tuers In "The Oakland Ghost" and In 
specialties, Ned Bnoktey and Harry Devoy in "j 
Cut hitTall Off," Mortiatore fa bio sketches. Miss 
Rose Viaoent in fancy dancer, Mies Ida Elsk 
song and dance. Miss Ida May in seiio-comio 
tongs, and a great variety of other performances 
will bs given to-night and to-morrow night. 

ajrATOonoAL Mu&tttm.— Ona o! (he moet 
iompleio ooUeottous of the kind in the TJoitod 
EUtox. oomprislug hundred* of costly and beou- 
"ot wax models, is dally en view (to gentlemen 
lejy> at. tbe Muaemm on Montgomery street. An 
■Onr may bo Profitably scent hen. 

WoODWABD'a Gardens— Balloon Ascen- 

oios.— To-morrow at 5 p m , Mone. Buialay wil' 
make another grand pas-balloon o4oenslon, for a 
twenty-four hoar's trip la the clouds. Previous 
to whicb the usual performances will be given in 
the Pavilion. Look oat for a rash. 

Golden Gate Park.— Those who drive 
out to the new park should visit The Villa which 
dm Just been opened. Here they will find four 
public parlors and ten private dining rooms. Guido 
Maxtgeoberg, the proprietor, gets up epiourean 
breakfasts, dinners and soTppera at short notice. 
Omnibuses will leave o- SUNDAYS, at 9 o'olook 
a. at., from tbo corner of Market and Kearny 
• trtut.and every hour afterward, until l o'clock, 
from the corner of McAllister aod Fillmore streets 
connecting with the Market Street and Hayes 
Valley car- d from the corner of Turk and Fil- 
moreetreei. >y the way of Oitj Front aad Lone 
Mountain cars. m 

Gbasd Sundax EictrasioN.— The steamer 

AnMlope leaves ban Franoieco every Saturday at 
1:38. P at. and on Sunday at 8 A. M. from Front 
Street Wharf, connecting with tbe cars of tbe 
8. F. A N. P. Railroad at Donahue forPetalama, 
Santa Boss. Healdsburg and Cloverdals. Ixonr- 
eioo Uckete are Issued at reduced rates, and are 
good froau Saturday to Monday . Thoie who wish 
^^aau^a^a^^^a^e^^^u^fLtaajaat, 



The Cuft House.— Captain Feeler, the 

cental host of tbe Ollff Hcoee. entertain* visitors 
tram an parte of the Globe at his famone eea-slde 
•eeort. The Olifl House Is tbe one thing 8ao 
Francisco has to boast of aa different from any- 
OUog else la tbe world. Omniboeee run every 
day from tbe terminus ct the Lone Mountain 
RWtroad. 

NoTES.-Rassell Girardl of the wonderful 
Glrard Brotbere, who were each a featuroof the 
holiday performanoes at the California Theatre, 
reports from Melbourne, Ausaratia, to Fio*ao, 
under date Joly 1st- He says : "Our debut here, 
which occurred on May SO In, wee a Brand sucoess . 
Tbe boose was orammed from pit to dome. We 
were most cordially received and the applause 
doting our performanoe was most eatnntieetio. 
Miss Mar Howard has made a decided hit here, ia 
Melbourne. Her beauty and ber roegnifloeat toil- 
ettes are the talk of the town. Bhe has just con- 
oladsd the first half of her engagement, and has 
cleared over Ihree thousand dollars.tbat 1b xW>. 
At her benefit on Friday week, ehe had a tremend- 
ous house, and made a speech whloh seemed to 
please the people very muob. She was honored 
oo that ocoasloo br the presenile of Lord aad Lady 
Bowen. And as they don't torn out to everything, 
itwas considered quite an honor; the papers gave 
her splendid notioes for her Borneo, wbiob was 
really a meat exoellent pitoe of aotiug. Molbonrne 
Is a flue oitr and we like it as well as we cool* any 
pisoe outside of 'Friioo, I tell you wo did not 
know how mnoh we liked your good city until] we 
got away from it. Bat I suppose wo shall prob- 
ably get used to tble place, although everything 
is so very different from the United States, espe- 
cially the arrangement* for eating, after Frisco it 
jsdreadfui. We sigh for a dinner at tbe MatBon 
Doree. There is no snob place here. " 

By letters from Honolulu, 8. I., we leant that 
stilly Bmerson was there, and wil! return to thin 
olty by tbe oexfc steamer, about August 6 th. 

Our young Calif jrnla artiste, Miss Letta, has in- 
vested in roal estate la this city, the amount of 
$-u,uno. She evidently thinks "there Is no plaee 
like home.*' 

Joe Murphy, with a company oonsisliag of Miss 
Fanuy Young, Miss Mollis Bajnor and ether local 
talent, leave for Los Angeles on Tuesday nex& for 
a short dramatic aeason there . 

In addition to the great aggregation of talent at 
the Opera House, Sam Biekey, Matter Barney and 
Miss Lulu Delrray, are underlined on tho bills as 
engaged to appear No one wai more popular 
daring the late season in New York, than Sam 
Rickey. 

Miss Jeffreys Lewis who has made such a suc- 
cess at Maguire's New Theatre, came out to New 
York from England ander special engagement to 
the Lyoeom theatre. The failnm of that theatre 
disengaged a considerable amount of talent. We 
are glad to get our share of it. 

The Art exhibition has reamed the price of ad- 
mission to 25 cents. A few leisure hours oould 
not be spent to more advantage than examining 
the display at 313 Pine street. 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NEWS. 

The Clipper gives the following dismal account 
of amuseme&ta in New York :-"Never within the 
memory of the oldest inhabitant have public 
amusements In this citr been so poorly patronised 
as dniing *he present Summer season. Watlaok'd 
and tbe Olym; i 3 Theatre succumbed to the finan- 
cial depression and thermometries! inflation, and 
closed their doore after tbe performanoe of June 
27. During tbe past week, at all the places of 
amusement save the Hippodrome,* mere handfuj 
of people were nightly gathered together. It 
would seem that we are drifting baok to antebel- 
lum days, when the regular season olosed Early in 
June, aod was recommenced by tbe middle of 
August or early in September. During the recess 
none but the most venturesome would attempt to 

cater for the pnbllo" "Peril" was being played 

at Union-Square Theatre. .*.... "The Two Sistere," 
produoed at Niblo's Garden on tbe Hi, was to be 

followed by a revival of "Ivanhoo'' Miss Elate 

Tisher and her trained horse appeared at the Bow- 
ery on the tilth In "Mazoppa" Buffalo Bill 

commenced at the Bowery on the 37 ch nit. 

Bartley Campbell has written a domestic drama 
entitled "The Orphans" for the Oarrolla— B. M. 
Carroll, and Masters Edwin, Dick and tbe Gen- 
eral . 

Mnoh progress has been made in the reorganisa- 
tion of the Kiltogg English troupo for the next 
season. Tbe best portion of its old material will 
be retained and valaablo additions made. Of the 
former company Messrs, Mass and Oarleton, 
and Mrs . Seguin, contracts have anally been alga- 
ed with Messrs, O.istle and Campbell, and oego- 
tiationa aro in progress with Miss Blanco Cole, the* 
English prima donna, 

The San Fra-soisoo Minstrels will reappear En 
New Yolk on August 31. 

Madame Blstori commences an engagement at 
the Lyoeum, Theatre on Maroh 1, 1875. 

Max Maratzek has disposed of hie wardrobe and 
muBictoMr. Maurice ©ran. 

It was reported some weeks ago tbat Blanch© 
Chapman bad married Mrl H. Clay Fori and gone 
to Europe. They were not marriod until tho 2 ith 
nltimo.and left tbe 27 Lb in the Italy for Liverpool: 
The weddinc took place in Baltimore. 

Tbe New York Moroury has tbe followiog geni- 
al noiioe of a popular psalm slinger: Our Roches- 
ter correspondent says I Phillip Phiillp?, "ye 
oberubio songster of Palestine,' will hum a few; 
for the benighted heathens wko live at Bath, N< 
Y ., and thereabouts on the 3 ' th, which is his last 
contort previous to embarking for Australia, July 
6. P. P. is a queer one. Hs don't approve of dead 
beads or local newspapers. 

i-ittte Nell has added to her repsrtoir two socie- 
ty plays, "No Name," and "Cachits tbe Oroole." 

It Is authoiita'.ively stated that Charles R. 
Thorne, Jr. .will not be a member of tbe Union 
Square theatre next season. 

The Chicago critics are very much displsased 
with Gajler's new play, "With the Tide," and al- 
though Katie Mayhew, the stellar heroiae,wsB Im- 
mensely popular in Ohiosgo for several seasons, 
the play has feiled to draw. 

Annie Graham and F. L. Gardener sailed fo r 
Europe on tbe Wyoming, 23d. Tbe starring tour 
did not extend farther from San Francisco than 
Denver. 

Miss Annette Inoe has just pnroha«ed a new 
play, dramatized from a recently published Ledg- 
er story, by an American dramatist . The author, 
aside from tbe eopyrigbt of tbe play, has taken 
out a copyright of two original eoenes that, for 
simplicity of setting andnovtlty. are tivd to excel 
anything that has baeo produoedXir yeaia. 

Oliver Doud Byron, bai presented to tbe Dotted 
Mates Court at Philadelphia, Judge Oadwat- 
ader. ia tqauy. setting forth that lo November, 
187i, be wrote and composed an ortgiaal drama, 
which on the 27ta o* that month, be had oopr- 
righted under the title of "Ben MoCallo^gh; or, 
Certain as Dtatb." with the following incidents 
and effects : "Double log hut, water-well and 
well-pole and buekat, falling waMB, burning hat, 
bote) paweger elevator or luggage elevator, 
throwing or falling of body or bodies through ele- 
vator, fi.ro scene, tffsots, etc." That since that 
times be has performed the play and superintend- 
ed its performance in all tbe oities of the United 
States ; that tbe composition is in manuioript 



of that oity.produced a play under the title of Ben 
MoOullough : or, Sartln aa Death, which wa* in al 
respects tbe same play whioh he b»d composed 
sod cop/righted, and wai an infringement upon 
the same; wherefore he prayod an Injunction to 
restrain them from tho further produolcg such * 
pUyorinlringlog npon such copyright. The de- 
fendants put io no answer to this b > nor did they 
appear is oonrt to defend igalnet the proceeding, 
aad therefore the Judge directed the injunction 
to issoe esprsjed for in Byron 'e bill, 

The Ohestnot Street Theatre, Philadelphia, ie 
undergoing tho mnoh-needed process of altsring 
and renovating, the auditarlum being entirely re- 
built, with three new tiers, baleony, family circle 
and amphitheatre. These Improvements will be 
•ompleted by September 1, and will cost $30,000. 

W. A. Meetaverisat present taking a holiday 
in Washington, D. 0.. preparatory to the Fall sea- 
aen. He is engaged for three yean to Luolen 
Barnes. Owen Marlowe, Ed. Marble, Mite Katy 
Wilson and George Middleton are in New York. 

Miss Alio* Oostinevdia, one of the four lady 
riders 1b the hurdle raoe in Barnnm's Hippodrome 
at the matinee performanoe 25th, while riding the 
raeer Castor, was thrown on her left side, ehould. 
er, and face, and the horse rolled over npon her, 
The following horse stepped on ber breast, but 
not heavily. Tbe empleyei who ran to her side 
found her ieaenaible, and her horse livad only a 
few minutes after the accident. Miss Oostineydi* 
was sent to her residence. She is a pretty young 
lady, and has figured in tbe Hippodrome process- 
ion and races lioce the opening Her aocident wos 
almost exsotly like one that bsfel Mies Mason, 
another rider, a few days ago, in the same spot 
She is aow la a fair way of recovery, and expects 
to ride again in a few days. The horse bad 1 
pouvds to oarry, lnclndieg tbe raddle . Solid girl ! 

One of the New York papers, in a very bitter ar- 
ticle, on what it calls "The Benefit Nuisance," 
says : "Will the benefit nuisance ever end ? It ie a 
relic of tbe earl; day* of tho drama when actors 
were proscribed aad persecuted, of days When 
such an actor as Betterton was paid a salary of nvo_ 
hundred pounda a year, and allowed so many bene- 
fits t» enable him to live. To-day the stook actors 
of a good theatre get better salaries than the 
clerks or one-half of the people wbo are called 
npon ever so many times during the season to 
make up a sum to enable a stook actor to swell it 
during tbe Summer eeason at Long Branch or else- 
where. This thing ought to Btop at once, and 
every manager In tbe country ought to pnt bis 
foot down flrraly on tbie subject. What right has 
tbe well-paid astor lo levy contributions npon the 
theatre-goers to mate up ob amount wbion could 
have been saved from hiB salary had he lived less 
extravagantly. Tho salary of an aotor rone from 
twenty to one hundred and fifty dollars per week, 
aud if they can't live on an/ of these amounts wo 
would adviie them to 'go west.' It is the sheerest 
imposition for a stook aotor or a star, who gets 
even a fancier salary, to ask for a benefit. The only 
proper oooaaion for a benelt it for some charitable 
purpose. Then tbe aotor should willingly give hie 
services and tbe public their dollars for the com- 
mon eod. It iB time tbat tbe benefit nuisance was 
wiped out forever. 

Tbii ie only one Bide of the picture, as every 
thoughtful person will see at once. 

Betsy, tbe largest of tbe elephants in Barnnm's 
Hippodrome, was imported from Germany five 
rears ago, aud with her came Carlo, a dog tbat had 
long been her inseparable companion. Night and 
day they have been together. Carlo is sixeen years 
old, and his death 1b daily expected. Six months 
ago be became too ill to go Into the ring, and 
Betsy has since been with difficulty induced to 
perform without him. He is falling fast, and 
Bstsy seems to know it. Formerly ahe toased bim 
playfully with her trunk. Now she only pats him 
softly, aud rolls him over Very gently. A yelpoc 
a whine calls her at onoe to his aide, and she gete 
angry when anybody bnt George Moore, her keeper 
touches him. A few months ego, in anticipation 
of Carlo's death, a new Carlo was put into the pen 
with Betsy and tbe younger elephant. It was 
hoped that he might gradually get a plaoe in the 
elephantine affeoiione, so tbat toiogs might go on 
empotbly after old Oarlo's death. The new dog 
however, is only tolerated, and siok old Cailo gets 
all the petting. Last Sunday afternoon the nei- 
ghborhood of tbe Hippodrome was alarmed hy tbe 
hideouB bellowing, and the four elephants were 
fennd to be trantie with rage beoanse tbe new 
CJarlo was fighting the old Oarlo. They had torn 
down the hangings aud ornaments of their pen in 
their efforts to reach the doga who were in the 
passage outside; Betsy being the leader of the 
movement. Mooie asiz-m the iron hook with 
whioh he enforoed obedience, and, after reaooing 
old Oarlo, prodded tbe elephants into subjection. 
All the nesct day Betsy was tenderer than ever in 
her care of dying old Carlo, and he thanks her by 
lioking the trunk with whioh sbe fondles him. 



Imperial Mil 3* PvlxicXi. 

The best of beverages. Try it, Made and 
sold only by At a L. Watignman, at hie eympo- 
eiac of fine Wines, Llqnori and Segare, corner 
of Leldesdorff and Halleck streets. Superb Hot 
Lunoh from 11 to a. N, B.— Stook reports 
telegraphed directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 2x 

Uo IV or ttuflcr trom corns. 

The unfortmiate sufferers from Oerns, Bun- 
ons, Olnb and Ingrowing Natts, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Oowan's Lueti- 
mte, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 p.u. We 
enftak from experience, having tertod tho Doc- 
tor's capability, BeferenceB ttven Ifrequlrod. a 



Or. Doherty 

Has devoted Ms Htndy more paruonJariy to 
otxronlc and specific practice, and as boon la 
now the most snooeEsfnl of any Pbystot&n in 
Ban Frojic'wo. Office C19 Oacrr.mento etreet, 
corner of L-eldosdorff, a few doors oelow What 
Qhwr Htmf* w * 

If Yoxx 

Feel the need of phosphorus (nerve food), take 
a coarse of Bea-water baths at tbe Sanitarlnm 
foot of Powell st-eet, North Beach. Exolnslve 
department and lady attendant for ladles, Five 
tickets for $1. _ 6q 

Madame Clara Antonio, de Paris, Baslness 
and Medical Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 13*J$ Post street, near Du- 
pont, Correct diagnosis and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations In 
French, German and English. Go 



Boston <yymx&tr House. 

L. O. Pratt, has opened (tall S3 and 00 in 
Centre Market. Oysters in Every style. Chops 
and stakes of the choicest. Ladles private 
room? up atalrB. * 

Wpoclal to Ijadlea. 

For dressmaking in all its branches and the 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 310 
Post street. TermB reasonable. S.Oj 



PERSONAL. 



FABEELL. LADIES' HAIE- 



OPBBA HO0SE. 

COS. T. MUBPHY aiogj M.iugt, 

Return of fixe Old Favorite, 



33 3E1JSF OOT-X-O XV- 

And Engagement of the Popnlsr Ethiopian Oorc-dian 
Who will appear in conjunction with 

MAGUIRE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS; 

COTTON »n<! AKI.I.flTO\ ON TBI] Evils. 

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EVENINGS JUX.'Y II and 



OVERTURE 

I'VE NU MOTHER.. 

ITffPUNNY WHEN YOU FEEL THAT WAY 

VIRGINIA BOSHBUD 

OAOKIE OACKXE •■•■ 

DUBLIN BAY 



OROHES1R1 

G. W. HARLH.Y 

BEN OOTTOr 

W. F. BAKEI 

BIULY ARLTNG1.J] 

J. O. RUBSEL 

Grand Finale THE BLACK BRIGADE 

ABLIltSTOH, COTTON AND ENTIRE COMPANY. 



THE GrIRX, WITH TflS GUR£«. 

SONO AND DANCE. BY THE ATTDOK. BOBBY NE WCOMH. 

FEi^a\i2i^ I 

MISS ■WOTJX^D-tjia.TJL ABUNGTON. 

£> C IJ C .'- ? . U III U 1 .ili II *Jli«J; Eii (I ullM'' 

Messrs. 'WXiXiOZZ and HIOE. 

"WHO STOLE THE BANJO?! 

BILL STOLBM BILLY ARLINGTON 

BEN FINDEM BEN OOTTOW 

G. S. KMIGHT in his specialties.- 

OVEBTTJBE OBOHESTBA ' 

TO OONOLUDE WITH 

:m JilJarM isp 

U.V.LEi.PU BILLY SWBATNAllI , 

AUNT OHIOE „ 0U4RLES REED 

YOUNG KPH .BILLY WELOH 

JEFF JOHN RIOE 

UUFF UTILE *1A0 

JIM OOK. r. MURPHY 

IKE - G. W. HARr.EY 

MOKE ....W. F.BAKEB 

MM ...P. LOHMIS 

LOOK OTJJ? fl>r THE ITJ.K.ST APPiOABANCE 

OF 

SUM RICKEY, Master BARNEY and Miss LULU DELMaYI 



PrPtrR'S 8PERA MUi. 

VJLKeiKIA 02TY, rTJEVAKA. 
JOHN PIPER .....Propbietoj 



THlb ELEGANT THKATRE OAN BE RENT, 
ed by tbe night or week. Stars ant) travel- 
ing oompsoiea liberally treated wit* od anpl icatipp 
to J(I<HLN PLPKB, 

M*DJl80r and solo rroprntw 
Or 1m 3. H. UcOABK. 
)n28tl 339 Bosh street, San Fxanofaeo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACKAMENTO, 

TO MSXSTT, 

BY THE NIGHT, WEEK OK MONTH, FROM 
April let. For terma, apply at the Theatre, 
or by letter to W. K. MORROW. Proprietor 
Haoramento. 
N. B.— I have Doantborrzod Agent anjwhere. 
mhSa-tl 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SA.N J08F, CA.L.A. 

• 

THlb BEAUTIFUL AND NBWLY RENO- 
vatsd Theatre is to be let b* tbe Night. Week 
or Month, at reasonable terms. 
ap24-tf G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



DE. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

And College ofatffedlclnc. 

10 s inO BEAUTIFUL AND INSTBUai 
Ivtvl/U ive obieot* to bo seon. Open to th- 
Poblio DAY AND NIGUT, at EUKKB1A HALl 
018 Montgomorr street. FOR MEN OWLF-, 

Kt-Dn. JoaDAH'B PBXVATB OfTICE 1* at AX1 
Gearr street (opposite old Mechanics' Parilion). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTWB 

ELOOOTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PBEPABEO for the STA6J&. 

PRIVATE THEATRIOALS AND AMATEUR 
pcrtormanoas direcod, by a lady and geot)*- 
man of moro tbso ordinsrj experieoce. For par- 
tioolsra apply to MR. J. H. MoOABIS, 

Theatrical AgeDt, No. 83* Bash r-treet, 
delO-t( Ban tfrancisco. 



TK06. W. BRSE & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 



1IANTJFACTUBER3 

— AWD— 
BEPAIB£B8 



%3) OHUEKS, BANJOS, 

^8*' — AND— 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

■qr-LeaeoiM sriTeii on tho Banjo »nd Dram. «*>X 
MiSHiON 3TREF P, between First and .Seooml. 

N B.— Fine-toned SiWor 8olo Sasjob for Pro- 
euionals slwoys on h*n d , '*!• f 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



OEOROS MATES* 

DE4LEE IN OYBTBRS. OLASMS 
icdaU tieds o! SHELL FISli, 
3taJ:sN0B. di), 41, 4ft, OAliforoic 
M»ric«t, entrinoe on Oaliiorn;« street. 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE, 

GHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

OPEN THE YEAR ROUND WITH A FIRST ' 
01663 Variety Oompaa;. Variety Artists 
comiogEa&t can at all times seoare Flrel-OIass 
engseemtnts. Moat be artists of acknowledged,! 
ability aod have good wardrobe. None otoors need 
apply. Address JAME8 McDANIEL, 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. jel 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE,! 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS EEEIt 
recently refitted anddeoorated. Fim-clas* 
Dramatic Oompaaies or Dramatic Stars coming 
Bast will be treated liberally npon application 
either by telegraph or Id person. Address all 
commanioatioo3 to JAMES MoDANIEL, 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No. 1, Oheyenn ,W,yo. Ter. *1 

COLD-ROO^I VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St.. Cheyenne, Wyooilna, I 

JAME W ALLEN Proprietor 

JOHN W. DUNNE BnaiEesa MaoaReri 

HARRY SPRIGGb Stage Manager 

HAS 17 S T B'KKN BEFITT8BI 
aod reopened for tho Fill aod Win tor Sea- i 
son with a firet-olasa Uoiu^uuy, embraoin^ Uarrji 
Sprlgga, toe great ch»niCL6r actor; Harry Lor-' 
raine, Billy Forest, Mr. J, ".V Danoe, Miss Lac? i 
Hail, Miss Minnie Davis, Miatt Nellie Seymour, 
Miss Jennie Logan, Frank Holley, George Tobler- 
a&d Oharles Miller, and a full and efifolent or- 
chestra. 

•»- Lady talent oomin? East can always anooro 
engagements by applying toJ.W. ALLE>,Pro-i 
pnetor. GOOD SALaR1E« PAID. Be'i4-3m ■ 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

OUXTIIIKE. „lllkU'6, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

■9-Taleot going East will find it to their advaa* 
tage before leaving OallforDia to correspond with 

J. aXcDAJri£JL, 
bu9 . Look Box No. I. Clioyeone, Wyoming. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oysters, 
Cooked to Order at 



SOLOMON TESMOHB'S, 
Stalls 57,58 and 59 California Market. 
(Entrance on Pine Street,) 
tV families and Reataorants snpplied at short 
notice. delT-lm 



%» 



MORAGHAN & LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, otAMS'and all kinds tffa 
of Shell Fiah, Stall «y UallforoiaKK 
Market, San Franoiaco. >ptn Dsy 1 ^ ' 
xa d Night. iTamiliee, Pabi jsnd Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, ilht b oing and 
Restanranta sopplied. ie3-tl 



J. C. COMBES, 
TEBRAFIN LtTTXCltt, 

Cor. ■eco»<l nnd Tebiua atrc«ti. 

.-Torrripin oonL'taQtly on Hand, 
fOystera in oyery attle. PRIVATE 
fcBUPPEB BOOMS FOE PARTIES, 
dec si-tf 



tSANNIKQ'S OYSTER GROTTO 
Resort of the Aespeotabillty. 

^28 pmE ST - bel °" KEiRNT - ^r, j*-\ 
Manning Pan Jioast^Q/Jr 

And OBIOLST COFFEE, 

I 






rCK GLOVES : % 'J 







apcn 




[»10«<> »«o per Month 

;*btjf¥' wV >tel. 



' ■ 



■ «■ IUI€BM, MOW BAT, JOLT 13. Ul*. 



T.I. XIX 



.! 



FAUCE AMPHITHEATRE. 

A. I. 



01L1TORNIA TH1ATR1. 




POSITIVELY 






LAST "WBIDK. 

0( u. »n"i Mini r«l >iimn x 



lying Wonder 



[OLTUH CAN l >O.X ACT, 
ro* OTLI 

ENCE, 

sciau iesl ^ ,rw *'-^ s 8C - 0*' Mitinee ! 

1 k Friday. Saturday & Sunday, 

Ju y 17th, 18th and 10th, 
...."•onj «t 



TME*T*i. 

WllillW 




1 A I MA ... I1I1I CUM, 

LmD TBI 



San Francisco Minstrels 




NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT! 



SELLA UNION THEATRE 

»w«l rtfwi. >•«/ WisiiBariga. 

laWM >•<*•« «f IS* 1iMM«lifc*< QiMilni. 

Mr. JA8. A. HERNE. 

Wk# will Bpp*.r bb 
CArTAIN OXTTTXjIJJ. 

"O^kui ) l»B ~'V tnl wk«a (MnoV 

•IIWM" «e4J •" •«• •■•« W >l v Mr u. BAU.A 



JXJLT n 



DAVID GARRICE! 



WhXfc •» ■ a 4.rT«k*». »»>» wf.1 



DAVID GAR RICK 



i.l.el Ck.r.. I r il Pull' fUlt>1<1. 

MR. SOTHERN 



IIKBIKY IDiAlit 

M->u»Kr i 

!• bit h\ r i i 

I -■ i 

I I • . Hi 

W«K, 

, |||TTVW< 

!>•• Nil- in WALI'K 

I— „ ,, «.», JUJ II 

R •Ala0.H1 



I of tk. BcABBIrK -0 itktdlll Bid 

Old r.Tof.1., 

IIAHRY OOURTAINU, 

Wb« hAf tPTAttlMd. M 

lUXX. TOOT«l. 

•T. Il«r If. hM«* I4> .ta>« »r .—-»»-,»«-— )|— 
.1 . «r Bw MMqHBp." 



this nnnit 



JOLT 13 



will 00.4m.00. wilk Ik. 

HAI.K ASI> FKMALK AINSTKELS, 



'uM'i I'M. MA»[t«Vll.t.(l 



.MATT. klll.T 



.Lewi.* Hmmm 



in Abewfdlt, l. ".. »«. .nttll.l 



DtrtT 3D HEART 

>0 .« e Married and Settled. 
LORD DUNDREARY MR. SOTHERN 



*IR KPWARP TRKlVrt, AH!' 

^KL *U'"' >TT ... 

-!«,\ TRKROU BU 

KiNWirv 

«BJtaiK:::::r.™725H 

DE BOOTH 

LADT nU!ID*BtmT - 

LAl'T TKKIeriiARl* 



.WAITK* M I.KHAH 

ROB.K>' PATKMAK 

JOB" WII.IOS 

ft VT. I. AIM 

». 8AKKT 

,...M. (litAD 

K. J. Iir- Kl.ht 

HHS MINIM. WAL UN 

. MRS O. R. SAUNUEU. 



TWENTY YEARS AGO. 

Arek.r IM 






NMiclr Kelly 

.. .-tail* HnblnMi 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

K*H» Wt'dtvtl*.... And 

IINIV-CBMIG ION IS 

Df-rioM _ Ul MJMtrt 



Pa Mi* 
V || ALIC. ROSS 



Afttr which * til b» pr do *4 the Gieat CorneAy la 8 

DOMBEY anil SON 



TOXSDAT ul WBDIiraVAT. talc lttk ud ll«k. Oil; Slit ti cl 

Lord Dundreary's Eccentric Brother 



SAM.' 



TBOB4DAY, FRIDAY And 8ATUBDAY, Julj 161k, VTtk Ud 1810. ud SATDBDAV II ATISEK, 

MR. SOTHERN as LORD DUNDREARY, 



OXTn AM13RICA1V COUSIN. 



MONDAY EVENING 



JMq . 
First App AT.DC. 01 Ikt FMllt t 

■e 
AS LITTLE SELL ABd THE MA»0HI0NB6B, 

k. Sheet TV o cv O pen; 



JULT ?0 



■ TS. HTEINWAY PIAltO ne*d on thin occitloo Is klodly loan- d by M. GRAT. 



w^APT. M'TTI.I 

MR. TOOTS H^K^tV UvimrAII 

Mr. D.nb«r ..J. W. Qoauntm Sol. Oi n r. Bar too 

W»li,T li«r ,T. »•• S»). Jo* B*iito«k. ndMarr-r 

Ro.tti.dri dir San- Ket.i.oo 

luk Baaabf ''-I M«tt<f«T>lle 

BrosUr J^db Wo«>d*rd 

-tNA.1 MPrCH Hit* JK.X5II: a«*HTVNwN 

EaIUd OrftDC.r .. . M*ir» H.i iir- 

Hor»oc- Uorob-r Hlu L4M Prooior 

*L* l k l"!°'" • ' • 1:1' ^.x -..u^: ^ -j 'jr-^ -^il-Ir-S^- 1 ?-!! 

6«rt^Mr^rr^7T!^^ 

~li|T^RL,UDi. . 

BUDGET Of FU1. .^Z^T^. \1 MUBRAY 



FOUR 


OLD MAIDS. 


IERIO-C0MIC OIMS.. 













To conclude vita the Oomlo Sketco of THE 

Hotel Runners. 

UD.r40t.rsbj H4rtoD, K.ltr. Mr... M.nd.*ill«, inbir, 
M.init Kellr aad OotnpADr. 



BETI'TI; 

j,|l $i Ti* 

'■v.iT'^"' 

.. ,!!•: lm 
; i;[H>.- ; 
.,..„ JlUW 

|.fJH| 

PUB. '■- 



bd. 



THE VILLA," 

AtU.Hrw 

GOLDEaV gate park, 

t*« **.'*■( &•*!•■ jflft w« if ii i mj , b 

u.i»«b ««»• «• oi* p.Mi«. Tfe* aooM u •!•- 
■ n*d. lad tiAi 

lour Pnbllo Parlors, 

Ten Pr.Tate Oinins; Rooms, 

Tb« wtoi* b«iD« ball*, o-t Ilk* » publlo bout 

b«l M It II MB*d 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tb« visit" is loMUd tt tbs but or awrtb-wMt- 
f**p>u«d on lb* snortMt boUcs. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

- »■ 



BrwSfMtA Piontr* sad Bustmii 



. FIGARO 

CIROULATKS AS HOUSE PBQORAMMR IN 
•Yirj Tb*»trt and In btotj plsos of 
«vjt ta hMi VrAooi-eo, , — _ , /■ ; 



FKEE A1\D I3A&Y 



....at ntx.... 



AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 



,nii)». 

w „ll«* 
,BiSUi. . 



Pan Boa* 



■•. •» uoiARmn ktbke-t, 

llMin 4A tk. 6UI0AOO BIgR DKPOT,) 
' Kw4*ry *ata,d.r Etcaidi .1 H .'d.elA. 

GmZHHS t" aKHHRAL, AMD ALL ADS- 
■tli.Di Aod h.w ZMU&d.r4 .r. Infil.d V. 
, MkA.d.Aad.r. 444ar«dof 4 c..rtF w.loo n. 4.A 
. 4JO4dc0,i,-. .V oitiul UUI IX'IIOH i.tt.fl .,.„ 

4V4»l»lk.w».k. ORo. a AUBTIN. 



Ptoprltior. 



Attention, ttobd Livers! 

!rl i-r)itl.lororfi,i|| n , r ,.BSt 

-y ■ ^.^kSk;ig^f 

'Sl-.'ool STll.oI »Mi 
- BMjk. 444S0D. UA, 
1 0»«kQ»»n 1 MctdmM 




^airtffr'" " 



■ATMS 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CH VS. L STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 4 1 7 Kearny Street, 



Bstwtan Osllfomis »nd Pin*. 
Thti «H»r»ot rttort. Qu )t,ttlj bepo enlarsed, sc ( 
now conlnni s dpw B*t*1 tAbloB. The b"«i Liyaoi i 
*ad01«ar«*i>tb« B»r. Firs ltrg«Bn*lj farnlsaii 
roemi, for elnbt tod prlT.ts ptrtici ontbAlrowi, 
t«rm> tod r-iUix. )e7-3m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

RO.RIRC OCEIRl' SURGING BREAKERS 
FQAMIRG SURF, MOKSTER SEt LIONS ; 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers, i 

BRING YOUR WIPEl 

unlive YOUR SAiuavi 

■JUNO VIIUIl UUY PniBM.. 
Asd bdIota.I.W ol th« Burnt Of JKAN PANO- 
RAMA IN THK WORLD, allin aigbt of 

tlj. .urld-reoo ,n.(l ^* • I 

Golden Gate. 

With 4 fleet, ol wbito.wlng.d m.e.eDKen cltArtA. 
from 4TC ,7 p. it. l^kAOfrflmereiAl , world. 

New Lino Boe.es, oonneotiaK wil.b'Brr.el 



Grand Duke Alexis 



To the Unfortunate. I to the lovers of sonc 




for tbaUllLTHooM 



dressing tsTlblrehtneiit. 

BBDUOKD. te., M cot! ' 
J^rlM, »o.iiu, B4ir Oot- 
> • M4«..»lo.ii»,. b)h.4n,r,„, nfe a 
4UU. MfiliciUU B.tn,, 




Vl 



•™ P. M. McrrAww. 

— -PR ACTIO At. "HATTER, 

■-. M Tklrd RAr^, 

B4tw4.ii AiArk.t etd Mli.los ilr«le. 
t HlvSJ0BTBETD«w*D»»O»rTBt«*«T 







S. W.DENNIS, 

Dentist, 

LIAS JHUT RRTOBrtKD F« 

11 the l'*«i,.nd reeatoed the pr.o 

of oi4pr.f.BMon,AtkiB former of&« 

8» KIAItM STREET, 

• Bah FitAKciflco. 



■ - 



tol-i 



319 BUSH STREET. 

ALH1MERA HOUSE, 

THIS IlOtlSE. Bf!IW(l OBNTRALLy .... 
lotnted, boat .11 it), piiouip.l Hotel., *JHkr 
. B ol t e n rABt.' And pUcol or AmnBement, Btj 
Sti-MKoie 04B flodaopd. uomforLihlo. plea.- A4^4A 
* - 1 '4>Btro0iA44t r».>onAble prio... 



DR. O. O. O'DONSK.LL. Ofaoe Brd Rnld.DO 
B»&K,itBy,n«fJ,'tlM.^,tMn. 0r»d- 

of D.rttBOQtbOollfK.. 4Bd lBt4 SarBBOB IB 

■■ 14 for. ■ 



or Tl.Bt. offlOB p.tlentA 
14, tl »: MedHuo4J troo; Ob 



b yjftr"r 



THR DRPOT OP TBRORAND DUK« AL- 
•xlt Tie*. 'OOtobOonKrevB 'ja' tors nod frsDob 
Ties tor OwOtfADd Eoye, U st> P. Kuln't, tbe 
Pr>z> Uootaiakcr. 

,4(» Omn of tbe tboT* roods now in Btore, tnd 
Will b* .old *t Kt.terD piieaa. 

Partoss rtBidJQB id tb*i coootrr detirons of ob- 
t»tDir.(r pfrlitot. fltiing Boot! And Sboei, can ennd 
for P. Knllj's Uiroulnr.oontnintcg hie onW 01*11, bod 
of oelf-messarement *nd lint ot oastom prices. 9 

IP. £t>.s;x.x J "5r, 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Ret, MeatBowerp and Kearny. 

»*T ia> 



F*OI\. Sikrj£3. 



NEW 5X OOTAVE 



PIANOlfftt 






WILL BE.. 

SOLD at a BARGA1 

On Aoc.00. t of dep&rtore from the State, 
0*H, or Addr«M i.t^jjfl 1 } tlTT I *^ 

'FIGARO" OFFICE, 

632 IVIeroliaiAt JESt- 

msu-tf 



DB. GIBBONS JUSfENSARY. 

NO. 6*8 KJ.ARNY 8TREBT, OOB- 
Ber of ComrnvtoUl, 8«n Ft*noluoo 
Entrtoce on Commercial street. Kttab- 
llsbed In ISM, for the treatment and 
oar* of all dlueasea of the nrio*r» and 
______ seoeratiY* orfans, aod all physloal 000- 

diLiuu.or weaknesa conaeqaeot opoo tbe errors 
or Ignortnoe of tbe seios. Bktndieease (of tmit' 
atsndiDg) aid aloertted legs Booooflafully treated. 
Th* .iok and iheaflfioted sooold not fail to oall 
npon him. The Dootor has travel-d exteoslTelj 
in Korope, and l&Bpeoted thoroonhly tbe vtnons 
bosplt&Is there, obtafDinfr a great deal of rtiatble 
information, wbiob be Is competent to Impart to 
those In need of his sort-ice*. Dr. Gibbon trill 
make no ob-irge unlets be «S«ou * oar*. Address 
DR. J. F. OlOBOfl, Uox 1W)7. ban Fianoisoo. 

DOllUtl 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all hinds of Printing for 

Shows* Lectures* 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions. &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B F. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



AM> SO(I A I. WJOYME.VT. 



Uavlni made aoitabla slt«ration- for -ondootins 
ahrst-.lass FBttK ANDKASYat.n* 



QHARING 



44+ S At00N ' 

606MISSIO" *•* NEAR SECOND. 

W* Intsnd ronoltte It ss of *ore— S-tglabili'jal- 
wajaonr motto, Polueoesa and Fair Dsklmift oar 
rale. Grand op»ning Safeardat May 30to, 1874. Fr*s 
at.il EiBj every S- lord ay datios th* peaton. Oar 
Old ptlrona aod the pobllo Ib e<«T)>ral »re oordial'y 
iDYit-d. "hair ttk»n by onr old utairman MBL 
F. PlllLUPo at S'oloclt ebaro. 

yAOLfR A Wll.l>. 



OR. WILLIAM S. DAVIS & G A. CASE, 
x>_D_Sr^ifA_i*s, 

»_ Mont_»m-i*y Street, 

OpB. Lick Hiaae. — 

Dentistry In all Its br.iiohii.i, fat rSMOnnblo ratef. 

mh3L)--m 



C1_AT- STREET 

RIDING AOAOIMY, - 

*!■*- < luy Wti-f'Ci, ro:, 

. StucttOI:. 

TbiafB.tba mont r>l»g*nt 

-d commodicoB, Htdlr_ 

_ radrmr.io ih* city : oc-o 

da, and OTeolse. ^Partlc 

uUr alUtnlon >aid tu 

^^■BsNilonSrs. js'.TJm 

A. MARSHALL. Proprietor. 




_LV_TT » I O a"_3_T_r CBJ-JE-C"!?. 

IlrtTSUOTIOW OF THI&' PIANO.f^S^ 
Gnlisr, Acoard*8B, Water and OiinTtTT 

I'AlntfriC a'- prloe* to »nli olrotj»_al*no*«, GOT 1 . 
<■ .-■■ worth, betw-wo 0*arr sod ffFarrc-lt Ute.. 
p_,-0*h an srob, flrtt Bo_*e; p-ptls^etlrfaoat io 
■'.nn.entac_n ptsot-.cs birs; 1— as_ rt-rssillWbs'' 
lfdBslred. _i { c_B _J J-»-tf 



COal . Coal \ 

BERRYMAN 6c DOYLE, 
COAL X> K A LE Ti H. 

Ofl.ee* : Whole-....*, Bsilcheud, 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 
Wharves. J ' at 

Retail, 4 13 and 4 10 Pacific St., 

Above Sanaom*. 

"«*w-i« xbm *BOLB AOtaNTa FOR 
MAWFOBT COO* BAT COAL CO., 

And DaSrsrSIc Ml Dsacriptioni of 

Foreiern a.n<l JDonleistle 
COAL and PIC IRON. 



California Ahead of the World 
•i* »* *»*fiam m mf< I m 

W00LEN_GODOS. 

TUK VNDHR8IGNKD ik lW RECEIPT OF 
Blanket*. Flannels, UorHe-BltiDV*tinf . sbo. 
direct from the Hit)*, and will sell in Iota to salt 
Depot, «H* N* w Mo n tRomery etreet : 
no29-.3m OKO M . H Al«, Ayr^ot. 



$300,000 OO 

TO I.OA1V! 



l R»al Estate, Ba. loses Pipsr SUA other Uol- 
llUr*li. »saiti it * ..f» 

JOHN X. LffTPLE!, 

080 M«)nl|["ii.i-ry Street. 
tny6-tr 



MILITARY GOODS 

LA Mir SwF* > *4^**** -alrftfeMt is 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICA1 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. 19 Moutiotnerr Avrnne, S. F. 
h!4tf " T. RQIirtCKK JO^NhON 



NO 1?I 3ELT. 

Gray's Music Stores, 

6113, 635 CI.AY STRBBT. 



BP^ 



P. O. BOX !•«». 



BEKF AMD PORKv- 

BUTCHER, 

SUUs o» to lOO O.Ia MBrtirt. 
■»• TH. BOBt popoaw FAtBllf .MM in tk* «14. 



IN OBBKR TOAnOOMKOBtATBl T»E PUH1.IO 
end the mo.ioal profMBJOe. l,*i\V's ML'olO 

tliii^ ?ri'Vi*r' af "" ' ' 



P, IW .. T rto.rl.. 



irsteid oft 



CANDIES ! CANDIES ! 
XkrX . >v . aaxmasiF-. 

MenufBotore, eTB tw dBBcwp'lBB ol 

PAltrDim, Wh'iltwh to-.'] KetwIL 

618 K»4rnr St.. between tSAwr.ilf.nt0 end Cell- 



Minn 



nol-ln> 



Minnie wil^iams 

T^OIW^SfOWAl.tY-rAWOWlt AR »L 
l^MlFFIK.'-TbU ]n<wMAd#Mj*l 
London Htar Ootnpsnr. ia«l 
fWNsmj-iarir -- 

?It333s?i ^.tA . . , , 



ITTLII 

ith th* 

_ thf Fart 

■srthfr in San 
• n-aai* ar* rs- 



1 



?HB JOOBJTAi OS \*OSKKXMTt. 

ibiUt^-i every U»j tnihe Tsar by 

j 5» B O Or -A. I* I> tr 8 



W Htrouti and OS* Ws^lagtoa ■«• 

B«I»>t HooUoa*rT. Sen FT*ocleo*. 



MONDAY JPLY 13, 1874 



An Inl.rcOnjf Ghost. 

Wa. Ciwui, F. B. 8., »nd ■ icien.ia. of 
Dots in fenglsod, claimfl tbat be bM suc- 
ceeded in pbutogripbing, by means of elec- 
tric light, tbe materialized form of "Kefy 
E ng," maDiffBtm?, as it is alleged, tbroagh 
tbe mediamabip of Mie» Florrie Cook. Ka y 
claims be tbe tJangliter of Morgan, tbe 
Eoc;aoe<r f f tbe Spacish Main; tbat ber 
real name is Aunie 0*ea Morgao, axel that 
6 be lived in -he earth form abont a hundred' 
years ago. Tbe materialieition, as stated 
by Crookes, is attested by Prof. Wallace, by 
Prof. Varl -y, the electrician, and by many 
dietinguiBted persona, wbo have been in" 
TMtigating the pbenomeDa for the last tbree 
ytars. In speaking of tbe likeness be has 
Becared. Prof. Crookes says: Bat ph tc- 
graphy is all inulqaate to depict (be perfect 
beauty cf Kaiie's faco, as words ere power- 
lets to describe ber obarms of manner. 
Photography, may indeed, give a map of 
ber countenance; bnt how can it reproduce 
tbe brilliint pnrity of her complexion, or 
the tvdr-varyiog expression of her moat 
mobile features, now overshadowed with 
sadness when relating some of tbe bitter ex- 
periences or her past life, now smiling with 
a'l tbe inn^cenoe of happy girlhood when 
■he bad collected u.y children roaod her, 
aod was an>n-.oK them by recounting anec- 
dotes of her adventures in India ?" now 



3 



Give the Girls a Chance. 

The Pbil'delphia Age assorts that tbe 
DDiabtr of Illiterate women in proportion 
»o the number <-f illiterate men is in New 
York and PoiUdelpuia more than two o 
one; in St. Louis, m niDe to nt van; in Bos- 
ton and B'U'triore, as two to one; in Cin- 
cinnati, sb five to one; in New Orleans, as 
eifcbt to five; in £au Francisco, as four to 
tbree; in Louisville, as three to two; and in 
Pittsburg, an thirty-nine to twenty, or nearly 
two t ■ 0'ie. Tne A?e thinks t-iat this un- 
equal education is the fault of the p»reo,v; 
that they give tlieir boys superior facilities; 
tbat they put *U the education they can af- 
f id upon their one boy, aod keep their two 

firls at home to gr w up in igLorar.ce. 
Ois rt cord is a shameful o ue. 
This is not giving the female portion ol 
the race a fair ciacce. It is a relic of bar- 
barons times when women had to do all the 
drudgery end worked all the better for being 
ignorant. Times have changed. 

Managers 

Of Amusements, Excursion.?, Lectures, and 
Concerts, ore directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Sterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Pi&in or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time, 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
aolored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these axe very little in advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, in stock, of all colon 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially Invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor in 1850, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since, 3-cj 



.MCC~ 



Veidlct, 
Half of the best-dressed gentlemen In this 
city would aay, U a>ked the question where 
they had their clothes made, that thev weiitto 
Baloon k 6t?ada, So. 013 Washington strett, 
and would aleo aAvlaa you to go there If you 
wanted a perfect- fitting salt made in the latest 
style, from either Imported or donustlo gooda, 
at the lowest price compatible wlia a good 
garment, 6-m 



eprlnir Stylo Harm. 

Light, beautifully finished and graceful In 
Shape, tbe new Spring style of Hata manufac- 
tured at "The** Hat Store, 6*7 Waabiogton 
st r ee t (second hat store below Kearny street), 
la Just the thing to make a man look a hundred 
per cent, bettar. Don't wear a shabby old hat 
Goto "Toe Hat Sore" for a new one. Price* 
reduced. 8-v 



Great Bsrffulns in Olot2alnn*s 

The only store in the city tbat baa the largest 
obespeet and finest assortment of Men's and Bora 
Clothing, Is H, Peyser's Montgomery A venae 
Clothing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington end Jeefcson. Also, a larg* asset-t- 
ea sot of Men's aad Bora* Overcoats and Cloaks, 
and ths finest stock ol Genta' Ft.rnUhing Goods, 
Trunks. Yaliase, etc •>■ 



A. JPToaaassnit uocation- 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Ossttal location, shosOA visit the Alhimhta, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tna ouUdis* is a vsrr fine one and la wall 
lighted and ventilated. 



Bow I Msvle S30. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J . A, Bhaber J. Co ., 707 Mar kat s: rest, two doors 
from Third. They sell Furniture 20 per cent, 
cheaper than any other dealers. I triad them 
ell. 13-i 



Free sand Blmmy. 

A Vocal and lattrnmental Oooeert will he 
given every Wednesday and Saturday evening. 
at 683 Market street, opposite Kearny. The best 
of talent will oe prevent. Everybody la Invited 
fee attend and will reoelve good cheer and cor. 
diaitrv ant. 4* 



IfTon 

Peel the need of pkatp\or%t$ (nerve food), take 
a eoorae of eea-watr baths at tbe Sanitarium 
foot of Powell at eat, Worth Beach, Ixoluarve 
depaitcov and lady attendant for ladies, Vive 
tickets ior $1. j 6 4 

From one tooth to a run upper eat, from $& 
to MO. Filling reasonable. By Dr. Crowell, D. 
U- S„ Kg, SO Eearoar ksreot, near Market, 2-j 



Alias Thack«ray'i Opinion. 

There 1b a genei&l tendency In scoiety to 
ridfealo old maids, to spe»k of the miseri' s 
of unmarried life, and of a husband as in- 
dispensably necessary to the comfort of 
womao, A great deal, of course, depends 
upon the feelings and dispositions of the 
lady, but provided Bhe is not enamorsd of 
one ot tbe birtute sex, there ia in Miss 
Thackeray's opinion nothing to render spin- 
sterbood miatr.ble. Bhe ssys : 

What possible r<a?oo can there be to pre- 
vent unoja ried any more than married peo- 
ple from being hippy or unhappy, according 
to their c rcomstanoes from enjoying other 
pleasures, more lively thin the griefs and 
Bufferings of their neighbors ? Are anmar- 
ried people shut oat from all theatres, con- 
certs, picture galleries, parks and gardens ? 
May not they walk out on every day of the, 
week? Are they lockel up all tbe summer 
time, and only let oat when an east wind is 
blowing? Are they forced to live in one 
particular qusrt;r of tbe towo ? Does Mo- 
die refase their bubscriptiens? Are they 
prevented from taking in tbe Times, from 
going out to dinner, from matchmaking, 
visiting, gos-ipiog, drinking tea, talking and 
p'ayin? ths piano ? If a lady has bad three 
huBbanda, could Bhe do more? Hay not 
spinsters a>3 well as bachelor* give their 
opinions on every subject, no matter how 
ignorant they may be ? Travel about any- 
where, in any costume, however inconven- 
ient, climb up craters, publish their experi- 
ences, tame horses, write articles in tbe 
Saturday Review? They have gone out to 
battle in top boot), danced on the tight rope, 
taken up the Italian cause, and harangued 
tbe multitudes. They have gone to prison 
for distributing tracts; they have ascended 
Mount Blanc aod come down again. They 
have been doctors, lawyers, clergymen, 
squires— as men have been milliners, diesa- 
makers, ballet dancers, ladies' hairdressers. 
They bave worn waistcoats, sbirt collars, 
white neckcloths, wide-awakes. They bave 
tried a hundred wild Bchemes, pranks and 
fancies; they have made themselves ridicu- 
lous, respeoted, particular, foolish, agreea- 
ble; and small blame to thsm if they have 
played their part honestly, cheerfully and 
sincerely. With all this it is dismally true 
tbat many single women have a real trouble 
to complain of, and one wh ch is common 
also to married people— that is, want of ad- 
equate means. And when the barest neces- 
saries are provided, life oan only.be to maoy 
a loog privation, Irom books, from amuse- 
ment, from friendly intercourse, from tbe 
pleasure of giving, and from tbat social 
equality which is almost impossible without 
a certain amount of money; bnt then surely 
it is the want of money, and not of hus- 
bands, which bring snch things to this pass. 



John Chinaman in Australia, 

John Ohinamin feels better in the Aus- 
tralian oolonies than be does here. He has 
more liberty and is apt to infringe on his 
neighbors rights. The following account of 
an act which might perhaps have lad to a 
sort of Boecher-Tilton scandal on a small 
acale, we clip from an Australian paper. 
We premise tbat "gin" means wife in the 
language of the aborigines of Australia: 
Tbe native Dnndally was brought before the 
Armidale Benob, charged with the murder 
of Ab Chang, a Chinese hawker, on the Gay 
FawkeB-roas, and committed lcr trial. The 
following is bis admission to the police: "I 
want to tell the truth. My right name is 
Dundally. This Chinaman wanted to take 
my gin away, and I go down to tbe water 
with a can. When I come back I don't see 
Chinaman aod gin. He is gone behind tree, 
with gin. He say, 'Yon follow me, I shoot 
yon.' 'Wbatareyou going to do with my 
gin?' He say, 'I take her away.' I say, 'No; 
that beloogs to me.' "Well, I am very 
cross. 'Yon will have to give her back.' 'No, 
I won't.* He had this time ths gin in his 
band. I ran up with a tomahawk. I hit 
the gin first, on the forehead, with a stick. I 
then give bim— tbat man, ths ChinarBan— 
two cracks on the head with the tomahawk. 
He drop down. That's all. I caoght tbe 
gin when tbe man dropped. I overhauled 
his two baskets. I pick up fasndkercber, 
three comb, necktie, a ring, a knife. I put 
my hand in his waistcoat, and take him 
cheque £5, £1, and 7s 6d in silver tied np in 
n bit of paper with bim. Nothing mors." 



Madame Glare AntomU, de Paris, Soilness 
and Medteal Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134 H Post street, near Du- 
poat, Oonect diagnosis and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Oonsu.lt atlons In 
French, German and English. 6 o 



sT*lia* Watcnes 

Ths best goods at tne lowest prleea, at B. A. 
Oalieader's, corner of Sesondand Mission. A 
fine assortment of ohains, Jewelry, etc. Oall- 
and examine* 5-r 



BSlSMll«sal Wonder 

Ourea rheaaiattem. billions paina, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches and pains. All Drug 
gists keep it. 9-b 

atcDowell, 8how davrd Writer 

Beady mads and m 4 <i ■ to order. Boom 10 

908 Market street, sot. Post and MfBWomerj u 



Fsx kLurxmo's EUxjj> Dmsesnto— best and 
cheapest in town— at Oyster Bona* 673 Bowsed 
street, nssr Third. Hf 



r» to out* 
8t- asar lataot 



Dbot m urn saw Tonti xsre Oust as 
ths Operja House Bar, adjomlog the CkpstB 
Bouse, Tine Wines, Liquata and OlaWSS. 9 w. 




Blankets and B- 1 an n « 1 m 

Well washed aad not spoiled, at tbe What 
Cheer Laundry . * 



AmaemeBts In Sydney. 

The "Sydney Town and Oonnty Journal" 
oT May 30 .b says : "There is not likely to te 
a di arth of amusements in Sydney for some 
time -to come, at least. Tbe School of Arts 
is engag-d by different companies for the 
next four months. In case the Emersona 
do not extend their season beyond tbe end 
of their advertised time, there are four ap- 
plications for tbe week, during which they 
bad ths option of retaining the ball. The 
Tistoria Thealre is engaged for the Italian 
opera company at the termination of tbe 
present dramatic season. Tbe Masonic Hall 
has been fitted np by the Garandinis. In 
addition to ths people playiog at present, 
the Clans and Bekel company are seeking 
for s ball, and there are at least ten others 
playing in the coontry districts, among 
whom tbv Beltons and fiolloways, who are 
at Newcastle, sod the Bromly troupe. Mr. 
Thiodon returned, with bis panorama, this 
week, but proceeds to England before' he 
shows again." The minstrels, it appear, did 
not extend their season, bnt on the contrary 
boke np. Billy Emerson came passenger oq 
the "Tartar," as far as Honolulu, where he 
remained over until the next Australian 
steamer. Aiosly Scott, Sutton and tbe rest 
of the minstrels remained io Sydney. Em- 
erson has three new professionals in com- 
pany with him, variety people, Dot min- 
sfrels. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bates were 
playing at tbe Victoria Theatre. The dra- 
matic season closad July lOtb. The same 
piper con tains woodpnts of tbe Ba tests, with 
moat wonderful biogrsphies sttaobed from 
which we leard that Mr. F. M. Bates made 
bis debut under the management of W. H. 
Fleming, and that afterwards "the young ae- 
p : rant joined Mrs. tfossop's compaoy, then 
abont to visit the Western States. Mr. Jo. 
Jeffercon was one of ths members, as well as 
Mr. J. 8. Clarke, the great London come- 
dian, and tbe present Mr. Charles Mathews. 
This was a snccessfnl engagement, and tbe 
young Bates was favorably mentioned by 
the Western papers as a rising actor." Poo 
Jeffcrton, Clarke and Maihews, never got a 
line. By tbe way, what yeer was it that 
these three poor devils were playing in Mrs. 
Mossop's company in tbe Western States? 
Can some old stager inform ub, as the bio- 
grapher, very thoughtlessly bas forgotten to 
mention the date. 



SIXTH EXHIBITION. 

San Francisco Art Association 

MO. 313 PINE STKEET. 

THE CALLERY IS NOW OPEN 

To tb. poblic. Tb. collection loolDd.. . l.rga 
number ol Palatine, b- Local Ani&Ia aod Gem. 
from load In. priTal. collection.. 

AN EXQUISITE SYLVAN SCENE, 

X . Bf B. O. KOISEOIK, , . 

Which )■ jnatl v regarded a. ona of the flo.at land . 
■oapaa Uat e?»r came to tale sooner,. 

H. * A. LIN TIN'S 

CHAPE BY THE LAKE! 

KEITH'S 6KIAT FAISTINO. 

THE CALIFORNIA ALPS! 

ANEHOMEDA 1 

ciiAS. mai.', 

INDIAN LIFE IN CALIFORNIA I 

Two floe Caul. Pieces by IBOYON andROBBB 
—and nnmerona otter great work.. 



Adml.alon.. 



Catalogue., 25 OeBtft 



u 



>■ >. to 5 P. it.. Mad from 



Whm Yoang Rls.m from I he Ba.it. 
".I'm a stranger in tali ctiy, 
I'm lately from the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters ; 
Where can I get a feast 7 
.I've been to alt the restaurants, 
But nowhere could X find, 
A plats ef Eastern oysters, 
Of the old.fashtoned kind.". 

**.*Well, I can tell yon," said his friend,, 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get*your oyBters, 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 419. opposite the Msrket, 
You'll see a sign, 'THE BAJDDLE BOOK, 
Yon can't fall to remark It. 

"Emerson Oorvllle keeps the place, 




, The best Baloon In town. 
There you can gst your oysters raw, 
Or fried so crisp and brown. 
He's tbe ru-gsat oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Ooatt. 
And that he keeps the freshest 
Has ever been his boast. 

" He's got ntoe little private room s, 
Where you oas eft at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern If yon please. 
All the young men ef fsshlon go 
*lgat to tbe SADDLE BOOB, 
To eat their EASTERN 0Y8TER8 
And drink their Rhenish hook," 



Da. Bxkbs, Patent Sold Grown*, for uroksn 
ir decayed Teeth, 290 Kearny street. 3-bh 



VTsLiirilna: R«tu me<l in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. No Chinamen employed. • 



Wew Wvlt nisi nine Goods. 
Cheap, at the What Cheer Laundry, 



Wna»t Ciieer L*unary 
Is the bsit Laxndxy In Ban Francisco 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



VALLEJO, BENICIA, MARTINEZ 
NEW YORK AND ANTIOCH. 



OH AND AFTEB SATURDAY. 
«a. I*]h, 1874. dull (Snodaji u> 
MpwHij, lu. au.ftm.r 

PARTHENIUS, 

OATTAU. STOWSLL 

La«.« Golnf Up- Ariira, Oolnc Bowa. 

Ban ,r..cI.o....,:»P at. Arrlra 1,:M A. H. 

Vail. Jo... ..boat 5:15 P. M Abont «:U A. H. 

B nlola....»bo.i 1..5P. at. Aho.t .1:11A.M. 

aOrUo.c. a.oat 6:'4P, M. Abo. I ,t0« a„ M. 

N.Y. L.ad.ci"7:tlP. M. Abo.l .... (:55 A.M. 

aaUHk..Anltil*r. M. Ua.aat....«:» A. M. 



Faonr.l.nljt. .iiitlng 



Diablo wUI 1., 



tbi. tb. raoat plaaaUt ro.tf, bf W.ff of MARTI. 
KeZ. oo.aootlBB wit. BKlfNBT'rj_LIIIJB Or 



bTAGB. 

il.l-tf 



Pa.IJ.If CABUt, 
SIS Koala-ornery Streaf. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and Loin 
Society. 

Ha. SIS CALirOBHIA BTjXECT. 

Guarantee Capital,'J$300,000 

THS DIRKOTOE8 OF THE ABOVE BOOIETY 
bav. d.olarod a dividend of nib. an. ala- 
wntba (9 6-16) par o«ot, D.r aoanm 00 Total Da- 
oattta, aad ticbt (8) per 0.01, parasDaaa on Ordi- 
aatr Daaoalu.for tb. urra andioc Ja.W.lo74; 
fiaarroa. Paalaral tax, ana paiabla on aad aXt.r 
Jal. (.1874. Bf ordar. 
Irt-lta. D. B. OHISHOLM, Baoratair. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVIHOS AHD LOAK 80CIETY. 

SIS CUT 



AT A MEETING OF THS BOARD OS DI- 
raeaora bald Jnlj 7. 1874. a di.ld.ad ... da~ 
olarwl for tba alz m.Blb. aodfat Jona 3*. 187a, at 
tb. rat. «f £iibl and Two-flf trra (8 2-5) par Bant 
par acanaa oa all dapo.it.. f~« «f r.daral Tax. 
tat.abt.4aa aad a'-.' J.lt 11.1S74. 
i»l.-lm OTXDdW.CAMMUIT.Ca.bUr, 



TO T_.131». 

PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 

Corner of New Montaoaiery and 
Mlaalua street.. 

B f THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASON ABLE RATE 3, FOR 

Concert", Lectures or Mass 
Ife | Meetings. b^BMl 

This Msgoificent Boiidicg baa Bcaticir Accom- 
■J modatioa for 

3,000 PERSONS. 

Aad Is so ooaitraoted thu Brecj person io the 
Auditorium oso ee »na besr. 

For psrticalsrs apply to 

8HEKIOA\ COK111N dt CQ , . 
•SOS SIontKonierj' Street, 
je23 Boom 9. 



MB. 8. H. MARSH, WHO HAS BEEN EN. 
tiged for rosof yssrs girlDg Mosical Instruc- 
tion oo tbe PisDOforte. Harp sod Siugtasj, in tbe 
most dirtirgatthed families of Earope. India. 
Arjitr.lia acd Jaoan, beg* to anoonnce bis inten- 
tion of rsoe Ting a limited nunbtr of pupils dar- 
Icc hn r»siduno« in Ban Francisco. Having stad- 
iedtbs Pianoforte under Rie> (tbe favorite pupil 
of HeatboTen). Jobn Orsmer and Kaikbrenner; 
tbe Haro under Boobss, sod Sioging; Witb Ferrari 
sad T. Wei ib ; be bas bad tbe honor of prod aoisg 
s. greater number of brlllisst sod sooompIiBbed 
pupil' tbin fall s to tbe lot of most Masters. Ar- 
rsogements as to t*rms, etc , ca • be made b> l"t- 
t*ra addressed to tbe care of £ LLIS READ, Esq.. 
504 California street, or at Grar's Mnsio tttort*. oa 
Olar street, baa Fraooisoo. j (i-loi 



SPECIAL WOTIOE. 

HAS SRMOVED FROM THE "RED LION" 
tialooo.No. 1 Gears street, to tbe "Sootia" 
baiooo. 

Mo. ©ta Sacramento Street. 
Wbiob will hereafter be better known as tb* 

"Lion and Unicorn I" 

The "Old Sport" will alweia be on tend to re- 
oeiTa his former patrons and friends, and serve 
tbe but breeds of Wises aod Lqaers. Also ex- 
hibit a fiie collection, of Sportlog r" lotsres. 

S0S-F&EB AND EASY every Wednesday aod 

Batardar Nigbt. Ohalr will be taken at 6 o'oleok. 

i»7-tl 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

OSS Calf forfilft Street, Corner of Webb, 

OR THB HALF TEAR ENDING WITH 

_ JbbsD, lBT4,aoirldend bai been declared at 
the rate of oioe (9) per oent per aonam so Term 
Der>o*it. and sstou and one-balf (7?t) per canton 
©rdinarj DeposiU. 1r<>* ef Fedeial tax, parable 
on aad e.t*r Jnlj U.'i674. 

Br order, LOViU,L WHITE, 

jifeVlst. Oaahier. 



RECREATION. 



Grand Success 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

Hundreds Aral fog themselves of tbe Great 

Io due em eats Offered by the 8. F. & N. P. 

B. B. Oo. to make one of the most de. 

Utihtfal trlpi la the country, which 

Is throng t> tbe beaatlfa) Sonome 

•ad Busman Biver Valleys. i 

GREAT REDUCTION IN FARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 



rtsCE 



llO.HILIf. 

rtTlLUKA. 

HEALDtBVBS, 

SAKTA ROSA. 

OEHEBVII.LE, 
CLOTBBltALI, 

GEI6EB8 1 

THB 8. F. AND N.P. B. R. 00„ AT THB 
aaraeet aolicitatioD of ita patron., aa well aa 
tbe poblio Keoerallr, bare made a great redaction 
in tbefr regular r.t.a, .B as indaoauiaDt to Eioar- 
elODlBts to roeke tbe moat delgbtral. aod, withal 
tbe moBt pictnr, aqoa aod ezoitiog trip to ths 
Great Natural Wonder of tbie Ooast. 

THE CREAT CEYSER8 ! 

Via Oloverdale, retaroiog via Oallatoga, 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All renowsad Places of report for pleasure 
seekers. S. F . A N. P. B. B. Oo* 

coonecto at UloterOate with 

VAN ARNMr, & KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

0V THB 

German Savingi & Loan Society. 

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THK OKR- 
naD Kanace and Loan Society J>aee declared 
tbe dividend for tbe first half-rear ira end. of tbis 
date. at tbe ■*,•■* of eigbt aod two-fiftae per oent. 
(8t 6 percent,.) p*r aonam on Term DSBOtiMapd 
seeeo per eeut. (i per oent.) eerannoD on Ordin. 
err Dewosita, free of Fe' - — --- 

after tbe 15th day of Jn 
ji6-tl5 



errDeeosiu, free of Federal tax, parable on aod 
• Tntr H» order, 

GOB. LRTTE, Seoretarj. 



4th of JULY 

Grand Ooletoration. 

Eweryfc«.d»lelB«ors»edths»t e.t the ol 
d«t m*& nm wbe rah reeeee oeete tre 
etwearese II Imsssil end Ida pen bsve ko 
rfr oiuk Irte»t Bl.SO. V mde rwewf 
rseUtipwirdw deer ery tbl ere lee 
oh* ipu ch cape itAhes. che Mel leasts, el 

H 

NO. 3 SECOND STREET, 

Opposite tbe Grand Hotel . jeS-lm 



PJ GATELT HAS BKM9VED FROM 
• 1S>19 Herltrtatoeat to 710 Market, (Orieat 
baloeat) h«ir»e«n KeswrSswa Dnpont etr»et where 
h« will <*! Aetna* te dlepeiAse the ohoiceet box* de of 
Wio.'t. Braodies,0&en, etc.. sure bin a tali aad 
teat wbatwesey, jjU-Jao. 



By this roete *oa eojoyadonble plaasers trip, 
a beaotifol trio o<t t be Bay on tbe •»• amor ANTlf- 
LOPii. to Dooabon Laod.ns;, aad tben by tbe oars 
tbrongb ibe most beaatifel aad feitile ralloja oa 
tbe Oesst. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For tbe Round Trio, sjood till tbe following 
MONDAY MORNING, at tbe fol- 
lowing rates : 

T« Petalnnra and Bctoia 91 J*« 

'io Sasta Bosa aod Ketnra S OO 

.To Ueuldsbar,: and Betaxn 1 OO 

To Cloverdale and Betnrn 5 00 

To Slcagffs' Sprlnizs and Betara... O ttO 
Konnd Trip Tickets to the fie v- 
- sen and relnrn, via Cloverdule 

(Oaed to October Olet) 10 SO 

Oeveers and retarn, Tin Calls- 

to«a IO OO 

Ta the fieveere Direct C 7ft 

Otyieri, vlu Oloverdale to Calls* 
tosrift, *o the Petrified Forest 
and retarn to this eltw {Good to 

October aial). 1« OO 

Bonnd trip tickets to tbe Geysers good for the 
season IS74. 

THB BTEAMER 

ANTE LO PB 
Ivsarsa daily (Sanders expected) from Fan Frao- 
oieoo at 2:10 P. M.. from Front street Wharf. Oa 
Handays at 6 A. M. Betornlog, arrives In Ban 
FranoisooSnoday eveoitg, at 7 o'clock. Tickets) 
oo board tbe steamer, 

s'. B, GEBDES, 
. «„ „ „ ° 9n - P " B - "M Ticket Agent. 
A. A. BEAN, Snp't, . . 

CrJBaMBKAK. OFFICJS, 
ms21-if 400 Hontvonserv Street, 

DAILY LINE. 







ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1874, THB UN- 
derslgoed will ran bis regular line of six-horse 
Concord Coaches between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul 
phur Sprmgs, 

Connecting with dally tralnsboth North end Booth i 

HaTing run tbis line for two years without an i 
accident oconnng, ae la confident be oao oontiaoe i 
the same with aafet* to the public. 

Tbroagh Ticket* to the dprlngs from Sen Free* ■ 
oisoo and all required information may be bed at I 
OOS JsTontstonterv Street, and at theOnss, | 

•Jose Kollrond Depot, San Francisco. 

Private oooToyance famished bf letter or tels 
graph. Alrtress 

I-. H. DTER, Ollroy, 
P. O. Bos OO. irbjW. F. A Oe. 

Bay year Through Tickets end never be delayed 
od tbe road. apfi-il 

. ■ ■■ 

S. F. and H. P. K. R. Co. 



ON AND AFTER APRIL IS. 1874, THB I 
Steamer ANTELOPE. Oapt Galloway, oon- 
oeotlng at Docatias Landing with tbe care fee 
Clorordals and Intermediate stations will leave 
S»n Frseoisce daily from Front Street Wharf at I 
fj :tlO o'olook. Ketnrnintr will leave Oloverdile at t 
6 1 M, connection at DonabOS Lending with I 
steamer, end arriving in Saa Franoiaoo at 11 A H, 
iUNDAT EXOCKIIUM. 
Ths sUamer ANTELOPE will leave Front street > 
wharf everj Bnndsy morning, at 8 o'clock, so a- 
oeellng at Bonaboe with oars for Palelams, i 
HanU Boea, Healdsbarg. Oloverdale. Betnrnusg, . 
ths train lesvea Oloverdale at 2 o'eloeh, p. ■. 
oeonectlDg with s ' ratnar, arrivlrg at San Fri 
oo at 7 o'clock. Eioarsion ticket* at 



« 



No freight oao be received after J o'clock P. «. 
Kor farther ioformatioa apply at OompaaiTJ 
effloe, *»• Montgomery street* 



. DONAHUE, President. 
F H. GBRDKS , 
General Passenger sad Ticket Agent. 



(TBADB MARK.) 




On 



IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 
For Sale E-very^rlAeire. fit 
CRANE BRIG HAM, 

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MONDAY JULY 13, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Opera Boose* 

Crowded and faabicrable eadienc*s «very riirht 
m-stbsrole at tbfspl-eesei|Uttl« theatre. With 
tbli week lbs engagement of Oottoo and Arlins- 
Ioq aspires, u)d ih* new bill present* ihem n 
tbelr strongest an d best sets for their final »P- 
pesranoss. ArlloitJc Will give hia v«ry clever 
borlesqae lecture sn "Female Buff rage," and will 
apDrar i i "Tbe Black Brigade." and on tbe end 
in tbe first part, in ooojanetien wi-b ih-.t comio 
InmUar- B«n Oottoo, who will also appea* m Tobj 
is The Portrait Painter." The while perform- 
ance will wind op with tbe oomio eketch of "We«_ 
tin tbe Pedestrian," with Bweatnasa, Welob, Mnr- 
nby.Resd, aad tne whole oompacy in tbe cast. 
Ktenlre'd New Theatre. 

"Sohooi" so admirably pf-rformed by Miss Jeff- 
reja Lewie, sad the new company at this theatre, 

at been withdraws to make way for Boaokanlt's 
romantic drama ol"The Willow Copse. "which will 
be performed tbie evening, with Miss Jeffreys 
Lew?! In tbe leading role, of Roe e Fieldiop. sup- 
ported by Miss Kate Browning, Mies Mary Welle- 
Rdward ArnOt', A. D. Billings, John Hjwboc, 
George Giddene, Cbarlei Edmondeaad others. 
California Theatre. 

Tbe prevent will be tbe laet week of Sethern. 
Tc -night be will appear as David Garrick. and aa 
Lord Dandrtery In tbe ooe act afterpiece of 
''Dnndreary Married and Settled," for the laet 
time. Toned** and Wednesday will be tbe only 
- nigbtaof "'Brother Sam;" and on Thorada*. Pii- 
day and SstorCay, and at themaut.ee be will ap- 
pear in hie origin*! character of Dundreary is 
"Oar American Oooelo." Been, re your seata. 
Lotta will make her flret appearance on Monday 
next, it tbe donble part cf Little Nail and tbe 
March oneai. 
Piatt's Hall. 

Those fanny obaraotares on ho mm it f, tbe Roy- 
al Marionettes, are drawing i omenta bouses here. 
Manager MoDooonga aa nan noes tbat he will give 
in addition to tbe regoUr evening performances, 
three matinees this week, namely, oo Wednesday 
and Thursday, ooo.menoirjg at 3 P. M.. e a aa to al- 
low parent* to b'iag tbeirohildren withoot in- 
' terfer'.oe with their school duties. The Satur- 
day matioee will commence at tbe rsgolarnonr, 
2 p.m. Take the little fclks to see tbe Marion- 
ettee. 

The La Lb Sensation.'* '- -— - 

The Palace Amphitheatre will open en Friday 
Bight with tbia starting act, which consists of 
projecting a young lady from tbe (rroond with the 
■need of to arrow thirty feet in the air. Tbe act 
baa created so immense sensation wherever it has 
seen dose, both io Europe and in the Fait. The 
Holt am Gannon act, oatohing a real csqcoj ball 
Bred from a howitser.and also a minstrel and va- 
listy interlude will be given iu adrti.ian to the 
great Ln La Sennit ion. Thrilling aitbeaotis, 
we are assured by Messrs. Himiltonaad Obap- 
miD, tbe managers, tbat there fe absolutely no 
danger of acidants, but tbat the projected young 
lady will be oaugbt every time io mid air, at tbe 
termination of her serial jurnej, by a men 
suspended head downwards from a trap : ze, and 
thispartof the a at never falls. We eboald hope 
■ not. 

Bella Union Theatre. 

J. A. Heme bai made a decided hit in Captain 
Cuttle is the plar of "Dombey and Sou," ie ably 
supported by Harrr Ooorttice, Miss Jenale John- 
son aud otbeia, Ed. Murray appears nightly in 
his Bndget of Fun, Oil. Madeville asd Matt Kelly 
on tbe ende io the first part, aud an excessively 
lively entertainment is given. 
Buckley's New Variety Theatre. 

Jobnny Tucrs in "The Oakland Ghost," Ned 
Buckley Is amusing aHs, Mortimore iu eketabes- 
»nd many other attractions will be offered at this 
popular variety theatre to-night. 
Notes, 

The benefit of Moos. Julien Deschampi, at tbe 
California Theatre last evening, was a worthy com- 
pliment to an exoelleot artist. The theatre was 
erowded in every part, and the performances gave 
perfect errisfectioo. Mile. Aimee charmed overy 
one by her v-raatile and volatile acting in the one 
set comedy of " Dn Mari dans du Ootoa," and was 
ably supported by Mono . Dsschamps, who was the 
recipient of enthusiastic applause. 

Eccentric Sam R<okey, lightfooted Master Bar 
ney and Miss Lulu Dal may, a very charming b al- 
ia 1 and character songstress, arrived direct from 
Hew York, last night, under engagement to Man- 
a:sr Magoire, for hie Minstrels. They will males 
their first appearance on Monday next. Won't 
there be a house on that occasion " 

Montgomery Queen'-, circus and ananagerlp, is en 
route for this oity. This is one of the big Kaitero 
traveling show*, and ii oomlng bi^bsrwird et roog 
io attractions. It will exhibit at Reno on Wed- 
neaday. Charley Pell, an old Oaliforniaa, is the 
business agen'. 

Ed Marble and wife, (Italy Wilson) both old 
Oaiiforctans, sis' engaged for the Opera House, 
Galventor. 

Oot'.on and Arlington's engagement at (be Opera 
HoUBBia for two week) only. Tbey return to th 
East again after crx'. f-alnrd&y night. 



Imperial Milk Punch. 

The beet of beveraKes. Try.it, Made nnd 
*old only by AtaL. Waug-.man, at bli sympo- 
elacof ane^WlnM^ Llqoori and Begars, corner 
of Leldeadorff and HallecK Etraeta. Snpe-b Hut 
Lanoh. from 11 lo Q. JS, B.— Slock reporti 
telegrsprjod dlri«Alr from the Beard especially 
«t this saloon, 2x 

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Do JSot Suffor trom erjorzis. 

The Tmfbrttiritfle Bufferera fromGerhe.Biin- 
'ons, OlQD"Bnf3Tnf^OTrtng:Nails,caiitlnrliiiets.Di 
relief by applying 'it De. R.H. Cowa^'e Instl. 
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RECIPBOCITT. 

I would net tut the sweetest 1 p 

UnlOM It Rl'ttd m tco ; 
A3 well ko [Km tbe roptbid b'P 

Tee m rnlug'a clear cold do* ; 
Nor clafp a hsnd, thongU eoit and varm, 

Unless It pressed my own ; 
I'd rsther lore the perfeel form 

C-irved out of Farlan stone. 

1 will not worship eyes the' bright 

And beanllfnl tbey be, 
Ualesi they bend their loving light 

On me — snd only me ; 
I would not love s form that heaven 

Itself had stamped dlrlxe, 
If I but dreamed that lore was given 

To other hearts than mine. 



Children of Natsre. 

Tbe Sacramento Union tells the follow- 
ing story : Next to beiog h&ppy one' self, 
the best thing is to see other people happy. 
Bat, then, there may be too mccb of a good 
tbiog. For iostsnoe, at the depot there is 
daily much hugging and kissing done, as 
people meet are separated from relatives or 
friends. There are allsorts of kisses— those 
between hosbands and wives, between young 
people tbat are engaged but are still a little 
timid, between brothers and siatara, mothers' 
and sons, mothers and daughters, cousidb, 
lady acquaintances, and a number of other 
varieties, all of which our speoial depot re- 
porter is bo well acquainted wilh (by obser- 
vation only) tbat he feels competent to tell 
just by tbe osculn-tory demonstrations the re- 
latiouB the^partief hold to each other. Bat 
yesterday he saw a speoimen of that sort of 
thing that rather staggered him, Juat as 
the train stopped a stylish lady stepped out 
of one of tbe sleeping cars, and from its 
platform gazed anxiously about. Almost 
simultaneously a gentleman sprang from 
tbe depot platform to where shestosd— 
and tbe time commenced. "Oh, George t 
(smack, smack, emack. smack, dear George, 
I'm bo glad you've met met (smackety- 
smaok). Sure you've been well?" (sm&eks 
of anxiety, with a dozen or more of relief 
following his affirmative answer.) Then 
they gazed into each other's faces bo very 
spoonily" that the porter of the car, who 
fslf himself getting sick, promptly request- 
ed them to move aside and let tbe passengers 
out. Arm in arm-th^y entered the car, sit 
down in one of tbe Beotions on the Bide 
nearest the depot platform, and kissed and 
hugged, and kissed again, utterly ignoring 
tbe astonishment and amusement of the 
paesengers, and the fact that a crowd of 
fifty or more idlers were gazing at them 
through the windows. During the entire 
time tbe train stopped they were tbe "ob- 
served of all observers," but either didn't 
know it or didn't care, continuing on wilh 
the tnin to their destination, wherever tha 
might be. 



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Oysters, 
In stroiline round the other night, 
To look at "Frisco by gas light, 
Uur oarelesa feet, by ohaoce aid stray 
To wnere s foantsin's ceaseless play. 
01 sparkling waters, made a screen 
Thronsh which a sweet bouquet was i 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window seem to be 
Some fairy grotto of the sea, 

clop," said pay friend, "let's go in bere£ 
It loozs ao nice— and try their cheer.";.-. 
"all right," I said, '*I must agree 
That this place suits me to a "T."' 
Ko sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Blade his appearance, asked our wish — 
Said they bad almost any dish — 

Tbat we might name. We found It true. 
And cooktd magnificently, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; jost think of that, 
And if yonr month don't wattr, then 
Tou're different from other men. ' 
They'd clam Band orabs and terrapins ;J 
Iu fact, ve found they had within 
That cosy place a**l kinds of game, .'- - v. 

Fish, flesh or fowl which we coc^d name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt'an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
Tbat they have her^the beet Ice cream; 
So ViTre tbey flock, the little sinners, 
To get what tbey call "sush nice dinners,'' 
Whoever denote this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Eush, 
And there this truth he'll And made plaint 
Who goes there cnoe w-il] go again, 
Faclflo Oyster House. A'sr Duhh ^re-et, above 

Montgomery; cr»n n&y and Mpst, 

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Bi *• ' nit frndv mere parrJcE'.s^r t:: 
-ibronic _japc-, an? "as Each Ie 

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of LeidG3dorff, a few doors below What 

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latert Biyles, call on Mrs. J. 4. Walker, at 310 
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Jox Gruaii'e Bestaurant, at 105 Osllfornla 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
the pnbli :ass place where nloe Ohopp, Port -r- 
Hoose Steaks and Oysters la eve> y style could 
be had. A Bhort time sin oe, Mr. Giusta made 
in addition of a whole floor to his place, so 
that he c uld accommodate families. His ree. 
t.-.rr&Lt, as now constrncte'd, can well be called 
a family re^tanratt. 5-M 



If one wishes to pass an hour or two pleas- 
antly at the game of billiards, no pleasanter 
place can be found in tbe city than Ohapman A 
Terr ill's Bt:i!ard Parlor, Mornheaet corner 
Bath and Kesrnv stree'e entrance on Eush, 
From the window a g?od view can be had of 
two of cur bneleBt ttre.ti Bush and Kenrny. 
Irfcal Option not in force; for tbe best of 
Wines, L qaord and Cigar*, ate eeived at the 
bar for 12 Ji cei t?. 6-i 



Band-Shaklne. 

How did people get into the habit of 
shaking hands? The answtr ia not far to 
s.ck. In early and bartatouB times, wheii 
tvery savage or s^nji-.-avase was hie own 
lawgiver, judge, eol-Uer and pcliceman, and 
had to watch or.r his own safety, in default 
of all other protection, two friends and ac- 
quaintances, or two Btrangere desiring to be 
friends and acquaintances., when tbey 
chanced to meet, oG\ r d eaob to the other 
the right band, tbe hand aliks of offense 
and defense, tbe band tbat wields the sword, 
thedsggtr, theclub, the torn abawk, or other 
weapon of war. Each did this to show tbat 
the band was empty, and neither war nor 
treachery was intended. A man can not 
very well stab another while he Is in the act 
of shaking bands with him, unless he is a 
double-dyed traitor and villian, and strives 
to aim a cowardly blow with the left while 
giving the right band, and pretending to be 
on good terms wilh bis victim. 

The OQBtom of hand-Bbaking prevails 
more or less among all civilized nations, 
and is the tacit avowal of friendship and 
goo3 will ju&t as a kiss is of a warmer pas- 
sion. Ladies, as every one must have re- 
marked, seldom or never shake hands with 
the cordiality of gentlemen, unless it be 
with eaoh other. The reason is obvious. It 
ia for them to receive homage, not to give 
it. They cannot be expected to ebow to per- 
sons of the other sex a warmth of greeting 
Which might be misinterpreted unless Buoh 
persons are very closely related to them by 
family cr affection, in which caBehsnd- 
t hikiDg is not needed, and tbe lips do more 
agreeable duty. 



TOBY 

(J HAS. FREBtvOVarrv 

OOL,. SUOOTEJf 

ABA.flb.LLa. 



MAislc Hatb cnarms. 

PiaLO-t tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and satlaTa t : on guaranteed, by one that 
onflerstande 'be business. Also, will perform 
on Pl-iiio at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
it 75i Market or 54 Third street, will receive 
puJmpt a'.tantion by Q. W. Morgan, 4-v' 

Dental Work. r 

~f 02 roresT quality, of wonx, go to T.'C. 3eg. 
i«p, dentist, cor. Sutter .end Montgomery, oyer 
Tjaccer's. li-u 



MR. L- . JaLLKnra, Ho. 340 Kearny e'r^et, 
Sew and Second-Hand Olotbing. of all de-crip- 
tl»Bs,bonght and sold. Store closadonSaU 
ordaj until 6 P. M. awVtt0taf| rtC 



What Cheer Juaundry Wagons 
Oall for and deliver elethes in all part, of the 
e:tj. " • 



OUR BROADWAY. 

ITS PRESENT AND FUTURE. 



[from the San Francisco Bulletin, Saturday, April 
4M, 187*.] 

Doring the last few years tbe Brest march of 
Improvement bat osntsred on. Market Street- The 
Grand Hotel, the elegant bolldtog constituting 
the "Nnoleos," Bancroft's magnlfloent eLrnotnre, 
aod man j others ia the Immediate vicinity, cave 
given a maryelons tmpbtru to tns growth and 
DroeperitF of tbat part of t04 ~ltr. 

Tbs Palaoe Hotel, w'tb mauy other projected 
improvomepte, all point vitb unerring certainty 
Where tbe great tide of trade will hereafter flow. 
Numerous wholesalers and a large number of re- 
tail merchants have selected Market street as the 
basis of their trade, btlleviag it to be the main 
artery of San Franoieoo. To obtain a good front- 
age on this tboronghf are sterna now - impossible, aa 
nearly every store, whether modern or old fash- 
ioned, has a rash of applicants, Mr. P. Beamish 
h avion thoroughly studied this question of loca- 
tion, some j ears ago eeonred.one of tha elegant 
stores under the Nucleus, and he has recently 
rented tbe one adjoining, thereby giving hie prem- 
ises a frostage of 38 lest on Market street by IS 
feet on Third, or, we might State, almost the en- 
tire ground float of ths NusIbus Hotel. We bad 
ths pleasure yesterday of examining bis varied 
and sateneive atook. consisting of tbe most com- 
plete and well eelected line of gentlemen's Fnr. 
nidbicg Goods to be found in this market. We 
also examined a very large and flue assortment of 
Clothing, bath of foreign and domestic material, 
em bracing every fashion and atjle suitable lor the 
present season. 

Mr. Beamish has never carried an inferior line 
of goods sinos be has been in bneinesa, and his 
silooess as a merchant isowiog entirely to the faot 
tbat be treats bis customers fairly; consequently 
tbey renew their patronage. In some of our 
stores, a buyer of clothing or underwear receives 
theaams treatment at the hsnd a of a certain olass 
of shopkeepers, as unsophisticated countrymen 
daily experience on Chatham street, New York. 
This mode of fleecing the public by guaranteeing 
domestic goods for genuine Scotch tweede or 
west England cloths, his aroused tbe Jast indig- 
nation of onr honorable merchants. 

Mr. Beamish is foremost io tbe ranks to lead 
public opinion, snd baa ever made it ble study te 
carry out bis representations. 8o strictly ia every- 
thing conducted in his establishment, that the 
merest novice can implicit]/ rely upon receiving a 
jiet return for bis expenditure. No second price 
Is taken on purchases, which indicate a high 
sense of business honor. His entire stock, from 
the finest beaver or casBimsre to a bandkarobisf or 
a paokags of hose, is sold at a fair living price ; 
and an ofler under that rate is respectfully but 
emphatically declined. This one price systsm Is 
the only standard of commercial honor. We 
know snob ethics rarely find acceptance; with a 
oertain class of business men In San Francisco and 
Other large cities, but still tbey thut strictly ad- 
here to'tbem invariably succeed, while tbe others 
enjoy bnt a modioium of patronage. We believe 
tbat tbe mercantile classes of this country will 
soon be aroused to the neoeestty of uniformity of 
prices, and admit the oorreotnesB of the dootnne 
merely as a business eip?dleooy,ff not prompted by 
a higher motive. It was not our Intention when 
we commenced to write this article to assume the 
attitude of a moralist, bat we think a word in sea- 
son may operate beneficially on quit* a number of 
our sbopkeepereand raise their notions of correct 
deall&g to a higher standard. We would, there- 
fore, cheerfully recommend all our friends and 
readers to call npon Mr, Beamish and inspect bia 
fine and matchless stock of Furnishing Goods and 
Olothing, and we feel persuaded tbat the correct* 
neae of onr advice will be fully indorsed by their 
experience, 

j ■! e» " i Sey* 

What Cheer baundrv, 
121 LeldesdorrT Etreet, near 8acr*mento- * 



PERSONAL. 



MBS, M. J. FARRBLL. LADIES', HA1R- 
dresser, I . ■. t e of Doherty's Hair St- re, baa re- 
moved to No, Sa Kearny etrees, np stairs, rooms 
IA and 25. All kinds of hair work made to order, 
fe 12-1 m 



S.F. BUSINESS piatCTOBY 

... ItooUr-llerc ao3 '.tatlonVrf 

H. H. Moore, HUit 6ioatGoa:erj.near Mn recant. 

| 12 at chera. 
Kate, Fred. Stalls M to 10". California Market 

1 Hernials. 

H. B. Pope.fl M«ntjromery Street, 
D*vU .t (_'*»(?. 1L Montgomery et.-eet, oppoaitai tie 
Lick House. . > 

fcJfc Hnmnn Hair. 

Sampson. A. B. ia. Oc, 11U Second street. 

Whlteneim and Paper Mangcre. 
A. W. Wholden, 12? Geary atr est. 

Wines and l^J'i'Jor*. (Wholesale.) 
DSUWrt S. * Cow SOI 1-roQU 



— - i ii . 

3EA BOUSE* 

COB. T. ilrEPHY „ 8-,«. M-nwn 

GKEA.T SDCCEhS OF 

MAGUIRE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



Xf.AHS'P •VST'Xl'El 




PART FIRST. 

Sa% T aS^k:n " ' .OROHESTRt 

' j AUaLirL uaCrLLK Ttti iv auriMm< Set 

by xh* rad bBA wATBs :-::~.::z::;:::::::::.::::::::::^* Q*w&^ 

Grand Finale THE BLACK BRIGADE! 

• OT.OH, ALKI.ISOTON. Mll.PfH A.«i> COMPAJI, 



' SBOONE: 

Messrs, WELCH and RICE in their Original Act, 
QFjgVjF'jOj^ A BdC e n. X O A. I 

FEMALE SUFFRAGE. 

MIKS TVOXJH>-H;A.TJrz> ARLINGTON. 

The tireat Song aiirf Dance Artist, BOBBY 2SKWC0MU, in his 

ORIGINAL SONS AMD DANCE, 

PRETTY LITTLE 1YTI1V1VIE. 

BKN COTTOJ 

OO.N. T-. MUBHUT 



OHA». EBlt_ 
. JSUNlB BBEH«AK 



UTItTIBE.. 



To OoDclod© with the Comlo Sketoh of 



BILL WKSTON (From Al.ra.d, Oonoty) 

BILL SIMPSON (Ob.mpioa W^ker ol to. VilUtfe).... 

R«8P MOOABE (FoaKhbSl and won one fiehi) 

THK GOUaEtt (Who J'r.ioed Bollite ) ..." ', 

TUMPKINd (Landlord of to. Hot.l) 

JC»H^ (Tha Oi.rk) 

PETK (H-.,d W.iui) 

IBB (2d Wa tor) „ 

ELiZABBia : 



UKCUJE9TB1 



..BILLY 8WEATNAH 

BILLY WLLOH 

OUABLB8 RKKD 

P. LOOMI1 

OOH I. BOBPHr 

._.D. J. SUERWOOD 

JOHN RIOB 

G. RIOBAMD* 

..JENNIK StlBRMAI 

JULY 21 



MONDAY EVENING—. _ 

F1E8T APPEABANOE OF 

SAM RICKEY, Master BARNEY and Miss LULU DELMAY! 



PIPEB'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIBOIM1A OrFT, nTABA, 
JOHN PIPER ..PnoPBiETOt 



ed by tbe night or week. Stars an<" travel- 
leg companies liberally treated with on nn pl ication 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

8ACBAMEXTO, 

TO H.E11VT, 

BY TSB WIGHT, WEKK OK MOHTH.FBOM 
April 1st. For terms, apply at tbe Theatre, 
or bj letter to W. K. MOKIIOW. Proprietor, 
tiaoramento. ' "*■ '•sr ^ev^aal 
K. B.— 1 baveaoantborrzed Agent anywbere. 
mbS4-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AK JOflE, (ALA. 

THIb BEAUTIFUL AND NEWLY BENO- 
T.tod Theatre ie to be Ut bj tbe Nisbt. Week 
or Hentb, .t rtaeoa.ble lermi. 
■p'2<-t( G. BROHASKA. Proprietor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

93U, . . . .And College of Medicine. 

IA nfafa BEAUTIFUL AHD IN8TRU01 
JH-f • \J\J\J iT« objects to be seen. Open to tb< 
Pnblio DAT AND NIGHT, at ED14SKA UAU 

818 Montgomery street. FOR MO ONLY-i 

ser-Da. Jobdan'b Pbtyati Omcx Is at »1J 
Geary etreet (opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTUS 

KLOOOTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES FXBPAKBD for the STAOT. 

PBrVATE THEATRIOAL8 AND AMATEUR 
yerformftocea directed, by & lady and rceotie- 
m.D of more than ordinary experience. For par- 
ticulars apply to MB. J. B. MoOABU. 
Tbeacricr.1 Agent, No. SH9 Bosb h treat. 
delO-tf ban Franoieoo. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO, 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 




aiAjajFACmTBEBfl 

— AKD— ( 
XBPAIBBBB 



Cold and 



DRUMS, BflSJDS, 

— AliTD— j 

Silver Platers. 

and Dram. **s 

rst and Second. 

Banjos for Pre 

.alStf 




GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BiUS- A ' SPECIALTY. 



^GEORGE KATEB, 

sndali kinds o( *HKLL LUbH, 
m*i.bKo3. 40, 41, **, Oalfornia 

Mjirisi.onLranQS on Qalifom'i ;M " - 
u or private parties Sud i 

■mm 6 A.H. to X. P. w. fjsalsTJ 

OfBtsR Kcom od«u frois ^ s-K. to ^i I'M. 




McDANIEL'S THEATRE,! 

CHEYENNE. WYDMfNO TERRITORY. 

OPEN THK ? EAR BOUND WITH A FIRST > 
class Variety Oompaay. Variety ArtieU 
oomlng Bast can at all times ssoors Firat-Olais 
•nsraeemeDts. Mnst be artists of acknowledied 
ability and have good wardrobe. None otbers nssdi 
apply. Address JAMES aloDANIXL, 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No. l.Oheyenne, Wjo.Ter. jel 



uiais 
diedi , 

r S 

or, 

4.. 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WY0MIN8 TERRITORY. 

THIB POPULAR THEATRE HAS xfe**i 
recently refitted snd deooritsd. FirsUolaeii 
Dramatic Companies or Dramatic Stars comlafi 
East will be treated liberally npon applicatior 
eltber bj telegraph or In person. Address si , 
oommanioations to JAMES sfffPAcviKL, 

IBKsiejfM ga, sr * Proprietor, 

LookBoi No. 1, Oheyeno ,Wyo. Ter. ill 



• 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES,! 

aslxteenth St., Cheynne, Wyoming, 



JAME W ALLEN.. 
JOHN W. DUNNK... 
HAHRV SPR1GOH... 



, Proprlstii 1 

..boslness Alanasj 
Stage Hanaitr 



HA§JTJ«T XtWN BKtJTTII 
and reopened, for tbe Fall as " 
Company, •; 



and reopened for tbe Fall and W,ni_ 
son tritb a nret-slass Company, embraoing Ham 
BprLggB, tne great oharaoter actor; Harry Ley. 
mine, titlly Forest, Mr. J. W Donne, Miss L«f 
Hall, Miss Minnie Pavia, Miss Nellie beymonr, 
Mies Jennie Logan, Frank Holley, George Toblet 
and Charles Miller, and a lull and efficient e> 
obtwtra. 

star* Lady talent ooming East can always seesil 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLS*. Pro- 
prietor. GUOD SAL&KiEb PAID. S«2+J« 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

OHITIKU, VVlOMDin, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEll 

,»-Talent Koiog But trill find it to their adrar 
bag. before learing California to oorreapond inta 

O. UcDASIEL, 
mr9 Look Box No. 1. Oberenoe, WjomlM. 



III 

OS 

u 

I 

ii 



The Celebrated Pan Roasti 

Either California or Eastern Oyatere, 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TISMORE'S,. 

Stalls 57,58 snd 59 California Market-fa^si Ulrj . 

(BntrSnoe on Pine Street,) * ^sav^r ejbjr' 

aea- 1? amilies and Ree tan rants supplied at eborl < ';: : --^ 



W 



notice. 



del7-lra 



MORACHAN * LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 
.oTKRS, CLAMS end all kinds 
of Stall Fieri. Stall 4)9 Califormn 



firiaci' 

I'sii 



Market,. San N'rsoi-isco. Ipen Day 
and Night, families, Pnbl-J and Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, bhvping and 
Reetanraots enpplied. 



W 



i.j-ti 



J. C. COMBES, ' 
XTEIHtAipiTN "1CTJ3VCH. | 

poBrt and TTeh rnun itreets. 

etsT*Tarrapin con<.tantly on hand. ■ 
Ojsters in every stvlo. PCIVATl I 
SUPPUR ROOMS i'OK PAilTIE* 
ds« 31-tf 



4M 



^CANNING'S OYST ER GROTTO 

Resort of the Respectability, 
AQfi PI"E ST., below KEARNY. 

■Wanning Pan Roast^ 

And CBEOltE COFFEE, 
D. liciono IOE OBBAM >od STRAWBE 



«AI 



631 

85 



>n 



JPPEP, 

i^jp. {%entor. I 1] 

IRAWBERRIM'f *• 

1 






HI 



BUCK GLOVES £ 

aiJo»j3i.. 

CIO St i WilKIMS, 




fuMisNEe aeeiti 

<10 to ISO per Month 

WEST ENO^HOTEl, 



»•— My I -»•*•' 



TtDDAT, JULT 14. ITU. 



am— 



PALACE AMPHITHEATRE. 

I - «.•«*•»-' I »*•! HI.. I.. « 




CALIFORNIA THHATRB. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 






rvtrurniM tun M^^AIMII 






Tr. ^T*. i= : »o»i r rx"ViuiL."^r last ttvjeqeihli 



Mr. 



JAB. A. HERItfE. 

f LO Will ipp«| ,, 



CA.T» TAXES' OOTTU1I. 



"ginil ... 

^ !! Flying Wonder 



ASP T*i r * 



1IOLTUM CANNON ACT, 






Three Nights and Oiie Madnee! 



Friday. Saturday & Sunday, 



July 1 7th, 1 8th and 19th, 



-Jtl! 



■'" 



1 THEATI 

Annum' | 

•■M»I. lis * J 

«•««.;» | 

riickjou.. 
iwizux. 



tBSUTBO IT. 

Af.irijt ■iiDiriLLi, 

MInIRITHI IILL, 



mn rate 

mm uit 

.VJliWtt It. 

r Druid: (tw ~ 

SsaaltJ 

JUIBUlM'li 

In 

11 HiiT. 




Strew 



t „.AlW- 

UMaW"* 



edPan 



Ro; 



■*""(j 



r. ! 



San Francisco Minstrels 



NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT! 



e-f-* 



THIS tVEWIIIO... JIILY l4 

u< wcvitnciT imtxo. J.i/ itu. mi. o»lt xiamm «i i.^a r.»i,~, , k mui. orou... 

5AM! SAM! 

THE HON SAM 8LINC8BY MR. SOTHERN 

mi jo»»m.< bumsblow ukxst inwARn. 

us. TRiMaota ioiiiit nriKiii 

PBT»B. - - ML'HRY WiK)Ii» 

''*• CBIVHB „. MAOKLIW 

TBL.OHAfH Wt U. MiTrUKWS 

MB*. TBJMBOSB -ISB HLU g w ,,, r ,„ 

A,IJ » HISS HISBIK WALTON 

<"ABI« ...MISB ADA SHVTTULK 

THD8JBAT. FIUDA! •*« SATtTRDA T. July If, b. 17th ud l»ik, Ud BATIBDAY 1IATI.1ES, 

MR. SOTHERN as LORD DUNDREARY, 






bitty «f D^'flUT AM> f.OH, tad -■«» 
tt'*4 dee-i u iq» «ib<i uid .u** (or te. 



tW*4 •*•*** of tit ■MWttH'— — ry M'*' -, .1*11,0 »*,.. 

II VKWY COlHTAmE, 

W'l-i bit protnltad. t* 
IVIX*.. TOOTS, 

"Tvctura,' 1ii»«h to ..ana t j »r<* — no yse— well 

'. • f DO ,"OBi»'|.'r,'»- 

THIi I.VKMIKU 



JOfcT 14 



Tb. fit ■ tu«i»f* will ootoinatKe with lb* 

HALE AMI FK1ALK MINSTKKL8, 

T.»K rl . 1 Al. MAK DrVIU.il I Bo... ...MATT. Btl.LT 

laiaaLnsa 



TWENTY TEAR* AGO. 

»•* 



*»••«•« an. l)«.rr... 



.•»!' K»llT 

....•!« UoblnM. 
. a.,,,!, at rialr 



OUJH ATk&:'E3F*.XCA.TSI OOTT»IjXT.» 



MONDAY EVEMING 



• JULY £0 



Firat App vince of the Pse.'l.fl 



LOTTA!! LOTTA!! 

As LITTLE NELL and THE MARCHIONESS. 

Bo arc Shoot HV o -ct^ O pen; 



' The 8TEINWAY PIANO used on this ocotiion Is klprtly lotoed by M GRAY. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

V* d-rtl- A-d 

IIRiQ-COMtO SOIifll Mill ALICt RQ»l 

(>T.r. lr ».......„ .^.. ,„ ^ - _._.- 1J ■_.._ _■ -• .-s - - "f">Mfctr» 

Alt«r wuloh »lll b* i«r dud ibt Oiotl Comtiy lu 3 
Aott, ui 

DOMBEYandSaM 

(APT, * I T Ti-K Mr. JAME< A. lirKIVK 

MH. TOUT!* li-KKV OuUKTAINK 

Mr Do<n"'*) .J. W. summin Sol. Tilt t B.rton 

W.li«r (f.T 1. Brt« Mij. JaiB.ni"cl, rdMutrt- 

Ba» tbtGri d«r So'i • K"t.i-itoti 

Jack Bootbr <>*) H>Bd*vMla 

BfOtU* .. Jobn Wft»dtrd 

l«i> f.lPPEH MIh JFKSTIK JUUNUN 

Kcitd GrtDr*r ...Migtie Mtfalr* 

Htbhob Komli r Mitt Ltn* Proolor 

Mrt t»k«"«--c >tinf Hiwb»r 




FOUR OLD MAIDS. 

K'Ht Btrton . . t 8ntinB»rt . ..Anl. 



...Brtt 



SERIO-COMIC GEMS — ALICI RQIS 

So nit nod Dance >D»1« Koblnwft 

Hullud Loulic Sonera 

To oouclade -with tbe Oomlo Bketeb cr ?HE 

Hotel Runners, 

Ubartottrt by B*noo, K«llr, Brtt. MtrdtTlllt, Arobti, 
AJaggi* K«llr tod Uompoor. 



"THE VILLA," 

AlttMKi* 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tht Baildj#( hi-Hot |mt be«m eonpUied. W 
c«e«Uti>ow«ep«a to -a» »i x^c lb« iioowit *t»- 
sjuktr tenliDed. tod bet 

Fo«r Publio Parlors, 



Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Ttt whoitbtlnc bnilt, o«t Ilk* a pabUebotal 
bet A* ll it otmtd 

An Elegant Villa. 

The Ylllt" U lootted at tba taat or DOrtb-wett- 
era r* w of tbe Park. 

B»4oar«aa Br*akfa«U, Dlneare aad B epee i t 
ptiee r td ee abe toorWtt settee. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPRIETOR. )T-lt 



...^r dl... 

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEAtAND 
aAXioosr. 

■•• aaa bacbamkht* btkeet. 

Ibon u tht &H10AOO BEKB DBPOT.) 
Mnrr m*tm,** r Inalu a. • AlKk. 

|~<RIZBIfB IN QERBUAL, AND ALL AU8- 
*-^ tr»lUn« .ad N.w Z„l ft nd.r. «r. lo^Ud to 
WMl.udin uaonidof. b.krtf mll*.,ud 
■Md.kMT. A owtel BUT LUNOH i«r.fl ...it 
bUltanit OBO. R. AUBTiN, 

<«-« Proprl.tor. 



Attention, Good LiyersJ 



Tahoe 
Billiard Ball 

CHA8. L STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California ebd Ploe. 
Thlt elaffant reaorl, baa lataly baan enlarged, at 1 
now cootaina i oew BeTol taMes. Tbe best Liqooi . 
and Uitar* ettbe Bar. Fin lar«e Unalf foroiBbtt 
rooms, for olohs and prlrate parties on their owi 
terms and ralea. je7-3to 



FIGARO 

CISODLATKa AS HOUSE PBOORAMMF. IN 
•▼eryTbaatraend la erery pleet of tmute- 
aaant m bin Frane i teo. 



Grand Duke Alexis 





• 105 ol u. tfiun' 1 

KrlOBR. 

mm mat Ua. Minus' 
Mrtmttnmt. (Jar Bill, ol 

■■»-«■ lU-A«>,A ltMMM . ,| o,, mmoo. On 

■°u> I, .^OooO Vu., OiMid Oooklu ud Uadnat. 

"""' .r. BCB.HACO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

est mo; *a Oomiii.il.cTf 

. TSBMukMlUMt. 

0»« raalimiiUrx irfB-U 



, 

SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND — » J» 1 ■ 

vHiirdrussiag Establishment. 

B»2k|r«aaj¥M&,' 

,. S..U, &IUMno«. > v » ^E£X 

M- M^llcUd R.UI*. JOHN (MULCT. 



P. H. McCANN. 

MlCTICAt. HATTEK, 

N.. SB AMtltat 

AUilut ud aiiilm imm, 

TB JDBT BETDRNBD FBOM Vh« B\ST 
b U -ntlr. ... .toot .1 »h«M,t fa.hr. 
19 Of..r m Ih. Now KwL.re ,1.1m. 



OK 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARIHG OCEAN!" SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAtflNG SURF, IffOKSIEB SEA LlOiiS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnuehes. 
Dinners and Sappers. 

BRING TOUR WIPE! 

BBINQ YOUR PA1HILYI 

■ RING YOUR LADY FRIIONOB 

Ajwt enjor e ritw of tbe floett OCEAN PANO- 
RAMA Of TUK WORLD, til In elgbt of 

tbe world-renowned •■" 

Golden Gate. 

With a fleet of wtiHe.wfaKed neBtensen eoterfaty 
from eTtry part of iht oommerolaJ world. 

■sr-New Line Bassaa, eoeneetlatf.witb Suetl 
Oereet Lone Monniain eTtry to n.Lnotat hereafitr 
for the Olitt Bonae itUbt 



THE DEPOT OF THE GRAND DUKFE AL- 
exit Ties, -oototi OoogreRs Gaiters und F»oob 
Tiefl inr G<-Dt- acd Boys, la at P. Kelb'e, the 
pnz-i Bootmaker. 

•t«> f aat-a of tbe absve gosds now in ttoro, and 
will be sold at Eastern oriees. 

Persons n siding io'tim uoantrydesiroatot oh- 
tain pip Di?n*ct flttiDR Boota and Shoes, can tend 
for P. Knllj '« U>roelar,oontalning his ntw metbod 
of telf-measaremeot and list ol custom prloea. : 



Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 33 5 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, MostEotrcri and Kearny. 



To the Unfortunate. 

DIE. BIBBON'S I»MP£N§ABV. 

NO. OSS KAARNY STREET, OOO- 
ner of Commeroial. San Franoisoo 
Entrance on Oommeroial street. Ettab- 
Itabed in ISM, for tbe treatment aad 
core of all dUe&ees of the urinary and 

generative ogana, and all pbyBicol con- 

diiruti.ur weftknese oooseqnent upon the errors 
or ignorance nf tbe teiot. Klein disease (of years' 
standing) and ulcerated legs eoooessinlly treated, 
Tbe Mokaud tbe sffliotcd snoold Dot fail to call 
upon blm. Tbe Doctor bat travehtd extensiTely 
in Eorope, and iospooted tboroogbly tbe varioDt 
hospitaft tQere, obtaining a great deal of vainablt 
information, wbiob he it competent tr> impart to 
those In need of bit services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no charge unless be effects a cure. Address 
DR. J. F. CULJBOrt, Box iyS7, San Francisco. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all-dnda of Printing for 

Shows. Lectures, 

Concerts. Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW RATES. BY 

B. F. STEK.ETT, 

532 CLAV STREET. 



TO THE LOVERS of SONC 

AMD SOCIAL ENJOYMENT. 

UsTiD. m.rte anitable nlipratfoa, for ooodaotiof 
. Qmt-ol&a. I'RLK AND k ASV .t tb. 



QHARING 



60S MISSION 



.* 



JALOON, 



NEAR SECQHO. 



We fntead rnnniog it as of yore— 8«0itbl.Hyal- 
wats onr motro, Poliieaess snd Fair Dialing onr 
inle. Oread op»nine bstardsr May 30 m, 1974. Free 
an* 1 B««r »yery Sstnrday during tbe itatoo. Oar 
old pmrons tud the poblio io general ar. cordially 
invii.'d. Ohair tnk-n by oar old Ub&irmaa MR. 
F. PiULUPs at 8'oloek sharp. 

tA.GI.VH A, W ILD. 



JTOFl. 



RFW 1M OOTATE 



8. W. DENNIS, 

Dentist, 

HAS JUST RBITmWKD F"OM 
tb. n.,t tod r..noi-d tba pr.ctice 
ol bit pr.f.Mion, ,t hi. (ormtir office. 

SS KEARNY STUEET. 

Bam FbaxcuCo.' mjT-U 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

TUW HOUSE, BEING OENTRAXLY 

*.-toote«.»eaj;eU tftep.lnoipsl " ■ 
ResUnrant- tod pltoet of Stn 



I lil n1*Bi«_ J*^t^* 



Sit, pleas- 
a prloea. 



D R._Q . O. O/DOWNKLL, Office a< d Rend-no 
tT»^KetTtw,Be«TJaei*tee. J QB«ttir . Crad- 
njueof D»x»o|oath.Ool]Bgt. aSi !«te Sn-iton Jo 
Ui»U. I*. Anay. T testa onjap p»ti*o,tt for a fee 
jo! ftt ; Vi*ttt.il ST^tVdJ§Al frkerube^trioal 



PIANOrrftl 

WILL BE 

SOLD at a BARGAIN, 

On Aoooa t of dtpartare from the State, 
Call, or Addrtst 

'FIGARO*' OFFICE, 
832 33kTojrolXA.jrLt St. 

maU-it 

- 




beaching beginnert. 



CLAY -STREET 

RIDINC ACADEMr, 

Sal* Clay Street, eor. 

tttockton. 

This it the most olepenx 
tnd oomm&dioofl Ridlrg 
A cadtmy In tbe city : open 
daj and evening. Partio 
nlar attentiOD pud to 
Ja27-«ni 



OR. WILLIAM S. DAVIS & G A. CASE, 

DBNTISTSi 
MM UostgDinery wtreet. 

Opp. Lick Hoote. - - - ~ ■ 

Dentiitry in All Its braao'ies.'.et r.aionablo jatep. 
mb30-3m 



A. MARSHALL, Proprietor. 



3MCTJ 



O TATJaJ3T. 



INSTRUOTIOlt. ON THE PlANO.|E=SEa 
Guitar, Aoeordeon. Water and Oil III 1*1 
Palotitf at priest to tel» etreewietaoeat. SU7 : S 
l.st»Bnwortb. between Geary end trFarr.K Ht».. 
tbrounh an arob, flret hoot.; pupil, witbiut In 
■rrnmeutt can preetloa bare; Jeteoei ttretio-ore 
If drslred. ^_ . tsw* awtaV ^m ^jeS-tf 



COal i Coal ! 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 
COAL. DBALiERS. 

Office. I Wb.ole.ttle. B.lltbeud. 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

Wharvei. 
Retail, 413 and 4 l 5 Pacific St., 

Abo.. Sunaomo. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

HBWPOBT COOS BAT COAL CO., 

A.d Dealars in .11 Dyacrlptfona ol 

Foreign end Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

,p2S P. O. BOX 1««», 



California Ahead of the World 

IN 

WOOLEIL GOODS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS IN RECEIPT OP 
Blankets, Fiaonoh, Home-Bleaks tinf, ate. 
direct from the Mills, tnd will sell in lota total! 
Depot, «3 New Montgomery street: 

»EO M. MAIM, A^ent, 



$300,000 OO 

TO X-OA.350"! 

AT REDUOED RATES, ON MINING BTOCKB. 
Retl nettle, Badness Ptpir aad other Ool- 
ittt.rslB. lawM f^ttjBstt it biiI 

JOII1V T. LITTLE, 

bso Monttromery Street. 

mjfl-tf 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD... 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICM 
TRIMMINGS, 

Nfo. \M Hostienery A»fsne, S. F. 
hlit* T. ROnflFRS .TOHNOOEr 



FRED. BCATZ 
BEEF AND PORK' 
BUTCHER, 

Stalls •« to lOO Oii. Market. 
asp- Tb* taost popular Family tkwod in tbe city. 
DeU-Ut 



im 



NOTI C33B1. 

Gray's Music Stores. 

633, 635 CLAY STREET, 

IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE THE PDBLIO 
and tba musi-jal profttsioo. ORAY'8 MUSIO 
Stores will berrafier close at B P. M. lottetd oil 
P. M, a-r'rn)*ri*. eptH-lte 



CANDIES ! CANDIES ! 
AX. -flL. MBHOHB 

Maoafaoterea e»ery description of 
OANDIK8, aVholesul* ttttd alettin. 

518 K-eror St.. between Sacramento aad Cali- 
fornia and 1*1 Second ttrett. between 

Minn* tad b'nlAota tiol-ln> 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 



rtROJW*STONALLY KITOWy? AS -tlTTLB 
r MlNNIK.'-fblt jnTan.lt a trese, with tb* 
London oiu Oomoui. tatt heard of- m tbe Beet 

Indies, la implored to frit, to Itr vother 1o Seel 
Prsnctfco. C'tiifontis. fb»e*y*»e* J ~ " 
cfoasUd to ma ke e note ei tiue. 



"jtSttST 



?? 



SSM JOTTE MAL of 1MC SEMEKT8. 
rnblianed awry lmj In «■*» V«ir by 
3* BOO-AltlDTjre 

*»C M<srcv.uni und SU« •Wiublnsrton «!• 

H-otaomarr. Sao Ktagc.kgo. 



TUESDAY 



JULY 11, 1874 



•Comet H u.uinjj. 

This iB tbe way a OincinDati man went 
huDting for tbe comet : A policeman found 
a man lying flit 00 his back on ths esplan- 
ade at a late tour the other nigbt, calmly 
Biudyini the heavens. Upon raising him to 
a flitting posture, and asking him what be 
•wae doin* there, be replied that he was 
■"trying" to flod the (hie) comet." He bad 
a copy of tha Conameroi»l in bis band, cou- 
tainiug a diagram of the heavsDB. "You 
see," taid the fl tfesiooe astrooomer, epread- 
iug the piper on his knee*, and blinking 
grarely, "this «recomet'a 'tractio' "tention 
of boat 'ntrot. others. Its 'traded mine. I 
am looking for it. I r;ad in the pap«r 
'ulnt visible without a glass, so I too* ooe. 
For fear one glass wasn't enough, I (hie) 
took 'nather. Papar says comet's 'tween 
little dtpp»r and creatdipptr. Wife made 
a foas 'bout it. Told wife I'd (hie) dip her, 
too, 'f she interfered. Then I started out to 
find pole star, 'cauBe oomet'd in that neigh 
borhood. Ran 'gauMf fePgraph pole, stum- 
bl- d over pole to a wagon and woke up a 
pole cat, but couldn't find *er pole star. 
6iep'd in e'lcoo and treated my«lf to 
'nutber little dipper. And yet I ooulda't 
(hie) eee oomer. Read in paper comet's on 
line with note of ibe bear. Asked a man 
what he kr'owa of the bear. Man told me 
to bear t ff. Been watobin' for that comet 
xuos' all night. Heavens fall of dippers, 
beers and (hie) pole stars. No comet." 
"Veil, com' mit me," said the watchman; 
•Til show yot tbe bole star," end he lad him 
where the Ninth street station light is softly 

beaming. 

-■ ♦ ■ ■ ••■ — 

Weak Lightning?. 

The bamlei of Wilkesbatre, intheQuaker- 
wtalth of Pennsylvania is ahead on the 
elow lightning. Last week Dame Nature 
went in to rehearse in the elements. Great 
acjitatioo prevailed, and among other oig 
things perpetrated was the exploit of a 
s.r.-ak of lightning. Tbe electrical bolt 
struck a railroad tiack at the mouth of a 
mine, followed the u-ju for one mile and a 
ialf under ground, and nearly killed a man. 
The idea of the eh c ric floid taking passage 
00 a railroad to facilitate its movements is 
now and comical. But that itsboald so tire 
out after a mile and a balf of subterranean 
, travel as to be unable to kill a man, wh n 
it bad a fair obanca to hit bint, is as refresh* 
ingly consoling and could hardly b .re oc- 
curredln any but a comet year. The whole 
affair reminds ono of the boy wbo placed 
some damp ponder upon a hot stove to dry 
it, and on its igniting ran Into the yard to 
•get a pail of water to extinguish it. "Why," 
said he. in explaining his loss, "before I 
pot baok with tbe water more thau half the 
darned stuff bad buraed up." 



♦•BREVITIES." 

It is rumored tbat tba Brevity man of tte 
Alta will shortly take editorial charge of 
'Hi r J^.ly Gaot. 

The first numb' r of the San Francisco 
China Nows made its appearance yesterday. 
I-isan admirably tdited ani well printed 
sheet. It has a strong editorial on the 
Bsecher-Tilton scandal. 

Bunker, of the Bulletin, isn't allowed to 
go op in balloons any more. He's too good 
a fellow. 

Ban Rafael is being written up in Resour- 
ces of California. It it ooe of tha prettieBt 
places in the world. 

Ba'com is in as bad a fix as Beeoher. He 
has been fonnd out. 

Cbsiies Wheitleigh will appear on the 
B«n Francisco stage. 

Steps are being taken to get up a graod 
teetimonial to James Lick. The world ex- 
pic:s Califoroia to do no lees. 

The Mad Dot? Panlo, 

The New York Dispatch says : There are 
some people who don't belitva in hydropho- 
bia. We saw one of them in Nassau street 
on l»Bt Monday. He Was saying : "No, sir, 
you can't make me believe Ih4 there's Bnch 
a thing as hydrophobia. I've been ameng 
dogs all my life. I've been bitten hundreds 
of times. You can't frighten me with cries 
about mad dog. No, sir." Just thtn a 
orowd dashed around the ooroer of Johu 
street si outing, ilad do^! Mad Cog I" And 
the man that didn't believe in hjdropbobia 
gh.nned up a telegraph pole with a celerity 
that woaid hare won him tha f r ze in a 
chebiug match. When the dag had bean 
dispatched tv the happy bona- bunting 
grounds, be lowered himself slowly, and 
the man he bad been talking with said to 
him : "Oh, yen can't be frightened with 
ones of mad dog. Oh, do, certainly not. 
You're still s'anding >rouod here hoping 
that some so-called mad dog will come and 
bite you, so tbat you can prove the falsity of 
all the theories abont bydrophabla. You 
want to be bitten bad, I guess." -'The fact 
ib," said tbe unbeliever in bydropholia, "I 
elimbed up tbat telegraph pole to escape 
from my ovn ferocity. Had I staid on tbe 
sidewalk and beheld tbe poor brute clubbed 
10 death, Z most have interfered. My inter- 
ference might have resulted in the death of 
somebody. Sir, I do not want to imbrue 
my hands in blood; but I know the ferooity 
of my temper when it is roused. That is 
why I climbed the telegraph pole." "Jest 
to," said hia friend. 



The Young Jtkun irom thw East, 
",1'ro « tttranger to this oiiy, 

I'm latfly irom the Earn, 
And minhly fund of oysters ; 
Where cau Iwta feast ? 
I've been to ail -h* rrvtavrantg, 
Bqt nnwht-re cr-old I rind, l 
A plato bt Ea Ura Ojvtrr,-, 
(3l the oid-ia.-hiuneu kind.". 

« t ;Woll. I can tell you," said hl» friend,; 
""E»acly wht-re to no, 
And where to «el your oyetare, 
Direct from vrber* ifjpy v.- row. 
JUflt rak« a siroll down PINE 8TEEET, 
At 419, oppont" the ^larxct. 
You'll mo a Hint., 'TBE HADDLE EOCK, 
Ton cau't fail to remark It. 

" Emerson Corville ket»p9 the place, 
The best saloon in town, 
There yon cau g*t your ovsters raw, 
Or fried bo crisp and brown. 
He's the Urgent oyst«r dealer 
On the Fact tic Ooart. 
And that he Beeps the freshest 
Baa ever been his boast. 

" He's sot nice little private rooms. 
Where you cab tit at ease, 
And eat yonr California stew, 
Or Eastern If yon please. 
All the yoong men of I'shlon go 
tilgtit to tbe SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OYSTERS. 
And drink their Bhenish hoca." 



Simple Enough. 

Tne Louisville Ledger bae been puzzled 
for a long time to koow why the women of 
Kasskohusetts make more noise than their 
listers in other states. Archbishop White- 
ley ono* propounded a similar oonundruso: 
* Why do white sheep eat more than black 
ones?" and answered it with the inevitable 
reply: "Because there are more of them." 

Tho Verdict. 

Half of the bett-dresaed geotlemea In this 
elty would s»j, If »Fked the question where 
they had their clothes made, that they went to 
Baioun * etmds, No. 613 Washington street, 
and would also advise you to go there if you 
wanted a perfect-fitting suit made la the latest 
Mile, from either Imported or domsatio goods, 
at the lowest price compatible with a good 
garment, _ 6 -HI 

Great Ba\rfra,lnes in Clothing: 
Tha 00 Ij atera >a the city that baa tbe largest 

cheapest and Do «at assortment of Men's and Bora 
Clothing, la H. Peyitr'a Montgomery Alton* 
Clothing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Weahtngten and Jackeon. Alio, a Urge aesort- 
mtBtof liaD'a aad Bora* OverooaU aod Cloaks, 
«ad t b* OoMt atook ol Oaoia' Fanuahing Oooda, 
Track*. Valiwi. ato. 2-x 

■ 
A jpieavsKiir ijocttion. 

Paraona desiring oomJortable lodgiaga In a 
Oeotral location, shoala Ti«lt tha Alhambra, 
and inspect the tine suites 0! rooms to let there 
The tmtldins ts a verr fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated . 



An Improvement. 

Dr. Steinbeis, of Wurtemberg, is op- 
posed to cremation. He evidently thinks it 
would be a waste of good material. He 
proposes tbat the corpses be placed in 
troughs male ef cement, and the troughs 
be filled with liquid cement so as to com- 
pletely cover the oadaver. Tbe cement 
would Boon harden, and absorb a!l moisture 
from the body, thus converting it Into a pre' 
servable mummy. Meanwhile, as Boon a* 
the cement had grown hird, tbe coffins 
would become like blocks of stone. We 
favor Steinbeis' plan. How sweet it would 
be to makenselnl the revered remains of the 
still loved though dead I It wonld be de- 
lightful to build a fro at stoop of their ce- 
mented remains. Your beloved and ce- 
mented wife would make a first-class door- 
step, on which, on pleasant evenings, you 
ooald Bit while your feet rested tenderly on 
tbe top step, made out of the oemented re- 
mains of your mother-in-law. aDd you could 
gaze lovingly down- on ths other steps con- 
structed out of oemented brotherB-in lawftai 
maiden aunts and impecunious cousins. 
This would be a better use of the remnants 
of the loved and lost than oould be made of 
the ashes which cremation would leave. We 
join our fortunes with tha ceoaentists, snd 
shall hereafter express our horror of crem- 
ation hi unchristian, and a moat decided 
destruction of firat-cla-s building mate* 
rial. 



u 



How I Mad© 8UO. 

By baying my bed-room sat of furniture of 
J. A, Shaber & Co., 907 Market sireat, two doora 
from Third. They sell Furniture 30 per cent. 
cheaper than any other dealers. I tried them 
ill. 13.X 



Frae and JEo-^y. 

A Vocal and Instrumental Cob cert will be 
given every Wednesday and Satoriay evening, 
at 683 Market street, opposite Kearny. The beat 
of talent will oe pre -em, Everybody 1b 1l vlti-d 
to attend and will receive good cheer and cor- 

dial treatment. 4 p 

» 

IfYoa 

Feel the need otphotphonu (nerve food) , take 
a cornea of aea*wat r baths at tbe Sanitarium 
foe t of Powell at ett, Korth Buach. Exclusive 
. department aod lady attendant for ladles. Five 
ticket* |or $1. _ 6 Q 

whiit neer t.aunarv, 
121 Leldendorff street, near Sacrimento. * 



Peril owe limes. 

We had better begin to pack our trunks 
and prospect for a new looation if, ss the 
Saturday Review owlisbly affirms, "there 
are changes beyond the power of man lo 
arrest, and long before onr planet has drop- 
ped into the sun, it will have become an no- 
suitable abode for civilized beings." Tbe 
comet is making it pretty warm just now. 
Look out. 



Mpi-lncr Style Hats. 

Liuht, be-mi fully finished and graceful In 
shape, the new Spring style of Hats manufac- 
tured At "The" Hat Stare, 647 Washington 
street (seaond hat store below Kearny street), 
la jost the thing to mate a m.iu look a hundred 
prr cent, bettor. -Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
Go to "Tae Hat S.ore" for a new one. Frloes 
reduced. fcv 



Dr. JDoborty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
anionic and speoiOo practice, and at snoh Is 
•tow the most snacessful of any Physician In 
i»o Fr&uc'Hco. Office 619 tiaoram&nto street, 
joruer of Leldeedorrl. » few doora oeiow What 
3bver Hon?* u * 

WuAtiingBetui-iied in Oii"»Day 

And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 
Laundry. No Ohlnamen employed. * 



What Olteer baun.rtry Wagons 
Gill for and deliver ehrtheti in all parti of the 

oity. * 



From one tooth to a mil upper set. from $6 
to $20. Filling reasonable. By Dr. OroweU, D. 
D- P.. No. SO Kpsrrsr ttreet, sear Market 2-j 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CITY AND COUNTY 

TAXES. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 

That a certified copy of the Per- 
sonal Property Aiaeaement Boil of the 
Oltsr land County of Bam FraaolMO f« 
the Fiscal Tour, 1STA-1875, hiaa this 
d»y been placed In my bands for eolUc 
lion, end Turn thereon Are now due 
and payable, 

Tnxci remaining anpnld after Monday* 
the Third day of Aagait next* wHl be 
dennqnent and Five per cent, added 
thereto. 

A- AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector, 

Orty and County San Francisco. 

j?H-t*a3 



Madame Ulara Antonla, do Paris, Bn'lness 
and Medical Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134 Vj Post street, near £>u- 
poat, Correct dlagnoels and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations la 
French, German end Eogllsh. 6 o 



Fine ivatcnen 

The ben goods at tbe lowest prices, at H. A, 
Callender'a, corner of Second aod Mutton. A 
aLeaa-oitment of chains, Jewelry, etc. Call. 
aod examtso, 6.y 



Medical Wonder 

OuresrhenmatLam, blllloua palnp, nenrslgls, 
catarrh, and minor aches andpalna. All Drag 
gists keep It, 3-b 

McDowell, e*n.ow ib&rxl Write* 

Beedr made and m «d • to order. Boom 10 
108 Market street, cor. Post attA af^ntaomerr U 



Db, Bzebb, Patent Gold Crowns lor broken 
«l decayed Teeth, 330 Keaxnv street. 2-bn 

Wew p-virnlaninar Gooda, 
Cheap, at the What Obeer Laundry. * 

*Wlia.t Cheer i_.aunary 
Is the be ^ Ltvndry in Ban Francisco * 



Use Manning's Sulad Dbebbinq— best snd 
cheap^t In town— at Oyater House 612 Howard 
street, near Third. 3 m 



SIXTH EXHIBITION. 

San Francisco Art Association 

NO, ^13 PIXC: «TKJE£T. 



THE GALLERY 18 NOW OPEN 

To the public Tbn oollectlon iDoludea a large 
oambtr of Faio tings b* Looal Artiste and Oema 
Irom leacing private oolleutiona.* 

AN EXQUISITE SYLVAN SCENE, 

11jJ1.CKOKBLK.OKK. 

Whicb f, ja,tW teeardsd a, one of tb. finest land- 
BOlpea ttftt eT.r okoie to this coaotry. 

II. S.lLSNTlSi'8 

CHAPE BY THE LAKE! 

KEITB'S WHEAT PilJTl.VO. 

THE CALIFORNIA ALPS 1 

KHPIKUtt'S 
ANEROMBDja. I 

INDIAN LIFE IN CALIFORNIA! 

Two Boo Caul. Pi-oob by IB'JVOK aad RObBE 
—and cam.rous otner great troikl. 

Admtulon SS Cent. 

* OaUlu^aee. .5 OeotB. 

i*r Ooeo daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p. u.,and from 
tolOF.U jill-lw 



ODD FELLQWS^SAVINGS BANK 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



THS BOARD OF DIBEOTOBB OF TH* ODD 

FeWowd' SaTidRa ha k naT* o nfJa- d adividand at 
tb- rata ol uije and ont—^ntb (9 1-10) par cent, 
per anonmoa PERM ANEW i DEPOSITS, and at 
iheiateof ■•t*d asd tarss-tantbe (7 3-10) par cent 
uaraunnm on bHORi' DE^Obl rs, for • h* aetni- 
aoDnal term andins Jose 3}. 1871, payable on and 
after tba »th leat . 

JAMES BPNBOff, geore'arr. 
an Franoiioo, Jaly 13. 1874. jyl+Viw ' 



VALLEJO, BENICIA, MARTINEZ 
NEW YORK AND ANT10CH. 



ON AND »rrKR BATURDAT. 

In »tb, Wi, daily (Monday, U. 

PARTHENIUS, 



CAPTAIN...... 

Leave Going Ud- 
San Franci<oo...3:30 P H. 
VaU«'Jo....eboat6:l5 H. H 
B nlol*.... about K.44 P. H. 
M»rt.o<z. aboo.1 6: .OP, M. 
N V. L.nd.Dit "7:45 P. U. 
Antiooh..Arrif88:W,P. M. 



&TOWELL 

Anira, Goimr Down. 

Arnre 10:30 A.M. 

About... „.8;« A. M. 

Aboat 9:15 A.M. 

Abont 8:»Q A. M. 

About .. 6:6* A.M. 
LtOTeat.. ..*:;» A.M. 



Fzcnralonlata viilttng Moant D ablo will And 
tbi« the moBtploaaant route, by wcj of MARTI- 
NrZ. floaneotloK witO BmNNEl'd LINh. OF 
SUGE). PHIi.lt* CADtit, 

jjll-tf 513 HunnooierT Street* 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The CalifoTnia Savings and Loan 
Society. 

Ho. SI* OALIFOBHIA BTHEET. 

Guarantee Capital, ^300,000 

TBE DIRECTORS OF THB ABOVE SOOIETT 
h,T. d.ol.red a dividend of nlna and .tz- 
tBntna (9 6-10) p,roaot, per anonm oo Term D^- 
pm lie, and i it bt (8) per oent. p.r aanom 01 Oroi. 
nary Depo.lta.for tbe term oodi)« J <ne 39.1874; 
fr.e from Federal tax, aod payable on and afier 
Jol' 6, 1674. By nrd.r. 
jr6-lm. D. B. OH1SHOLM. Seoretiry 



TO TiTiy. 
PALACE AMPH1THEATBE, 



Corner oi" Kf w Mnmcninery and 
Jjtllueiun fttient*. 



B ? THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASONABLE BATES. FOB 

Center t<, Lectures or Mass 

Meetings, 

This Magninceot Bnlldicg baa Seating Aocom- 
modauoo for 

3,000 PERSONS. 

And la ao oonBtrncted that evuir paraon in the 

Auditonaia oaa eo A ad bear. 

For parti onlara apply to 

8!1EBIDA> COUBTiV *fe CO , 
•OS Hontgofflcrj Streed 
jo 23 Boatfl 0. 




DBO? IM ANB 831 TCTTLE AHB GlXB AT 
the Open Hoaae Bar, adjokalng the Opera 
Bouee. Floe Wtnea, Liqaow aod Oigate. 3 w. 



Blankets ana Flannels 
Well washed and not apollad, at the What 

Oheer L ins dry. * 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

610 CLAT STSEET, 



reotora bald Jnlr 1. 1974. a dirldeod w«- de- 
clared for tbn atzmanina *ndinx Jnna 90. 1874, at 
tha rata of tigtu. and Two-flfih* (8 2-.1) per cant 
per aennm on all dapoiif, r>»i of Federal Tax. 
Da- abla on and a'-o- Jol* LB 1S74. 
irli-lm OVRUi W. U&KMANT.Caahiar. 



MR. 8. H. MARSH, WHO HAS BEEN EN- 
gaged fnr njftoj jmri givioR jlaiioal Ioitrao- 
tton oo thw Pianoforte. Harp aad Sloglog, in tba 
moat dt'tUgniihtd familieK of Karopa. India, 
AaitrHlia and Jaaan, baga to annonooe bla inton- 
tiOD of rooo ring a liroi;ed noo.br of pupiU dor- 
log bii r-e)d-oof id etan Fraooiaoo. Hanog atnd- 
i»d thoPUnofirt^nrderRieB (cbo favorite pnpil 
of rteBtOoTBD). Jobn Oramer and Kalkbrennor ; 
tbe H.rn noder Boobaa, aud Singing witb Ferrari 
and 'P. Walab; ba baa bad tna honor of prodnoiog 
a greatar number of brilliant aoa aocorcpliabad 
pnpil^ tbon fall* to tbe lot of moat Matters. Ar- 
rangamentaaajio terms, eto , c» > be roada b> l«t- 
• -ra sddrexeed to ■ be care of * t>LI-i READ. Esq.. 
304 California atr*etv, or at Graj'e Moaio dtore, on 
Olayatreeb. aanFraooiaoo. j 6-ltn 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 
XI. 33WC3BT\T3DE« 

HAS RB.MOVKD FROM THB "RED LION" 
Salooo, Nil. JO Gtarj otreet.to the "Sootia" 
Saloon, 

No. 0"8 Sacrameiito Street. 
Whicb will hereafter ba better known as the 

"Lion and Unicorn I" 

The "Old Sport" will alwaja ba on bond to re~ 
eeiT* hie former patrona and triendi, and aerve 
tbe beat brands of Winea and Lqaors. Alio ax- 
bibita li <* aoileo^ion of Sport log Piotaree. 

•tar FREE AMD UA8V eren Wcdneedajr aod 
Batordai Nigbt. Ohair will be taken at 8 o'ulaok. 
irt-il 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

60S California. Street, Corner of Webb, 

FOR THB HALF YEAR ENDING WITH 
Jane 30, 1874. * oirldend bai bean declared at 
tbe rare of nine (9) per cent per annum on Term 
Depo'it* and aevno aod ooe-balf (7>i) per oent on 
Ordinary Depor-lu, lr*« of Federal tax, payable 

on aod after Jolj 13,187a. 

By order, NOVELL WHITE, 

j,fi-lm. Oaabier, 



RECREATION. 



Grand Success 

OP THE 

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 



Hundred., Aril lng themselves of tbe Grew 
lBdDCrmer.tr; Ol'tred by the 8. F. ft N. F. 
B, R. Oo, to make one of the moat do- - 

luhtfol trlpa Id tbe country, which 

Is through tbe beautiful Sonoma 

and Russian River TalleyB. 

GREAT REDUCTlbN IN FARES: 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

DOHA!, TIE. 

fCTlLTWi 

UEiLDHUlRIl, 

SANTA JIOSA. 

OKTSEUTII.I.K, 
UOTBHltALI, 

Ot'TSEBS I 

THE 8. F. AND N. P. H. K. 00,. AT TBatJ 
,aroeat eoliolr..tioo of Ha patron,, as well a*, 
tba cob no fteDerallr, bave road, a great reduction 
in i heir regDlar rati-e, lean indaomn.ot to Exoor. 
•loniats to njuke tbe moet d-,ifthtfol. and. withal 
the moat btotar Fqub and exolting trip to tk. 
Great Natural Wond.r nf thlsOoaet. 

THE GREAT CEYSERS ! 

Via Oloverdale, rebornlng via Oalietoga, 

The PetriBed Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All renowned Places of r»aort for p.eaaaxa 

aeekers. S. F.&N. P. B. K. 00. 

oonneota at Uloveroale with 

VAN ARHAM & KENNEOY'S STAGE LINE. 



By thin route you enjoy a double pleasure trip; I 
abeant'fol trio 01 tbe tin on tba -t< acaer ANTU- I 
LOPK to Dooabne Laid'ott, aad tben by tbe oira ' 
tbronga tho most bt-aatilui aod fe; tile ralloya oa 
tbe Oeaet. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For tbe Ro3Dd Triu, Rood till 1 be following 
filONDiV MOKMhG.at tbe fol- 
lowing rates : 

To Petnlnma and Hrlu u 91 54>i| 

To Sunta Boia ood Kvtnrn.... .... 3 OO 

To JDteald«bnrs; itnti Brtarn , 4 OO 

'lo Cl.iverilule mid Ketorn 5«0 

To Skuvse* SprliiL*" and Ketmn... 6 SO 
Kunuo Trip Ticket* to the Oey- 
eers and rvlnrn. Tin CloTordnle 

(t><iod t» October UIm) lfJ GO 

Oryiera uuil return, vlu Calli- 

toga , ltj OO l I 

To the Geyaere linevl O 1*5 

Gey»er<», vlu Oluverdole to Cuila- 
toga, to the Peirlfled Foreat 
and return to thia cltv (Good lo 

October 31.1) 1« •#!,' 

Bound trip tioketa to the Geyaera good lor tbe 
aeaaon 1674- 

r^K~S THB 8TEAMHR 
■T^ ' -'^^L. ANTBLOPX 

Leaves dailj (Suodave expected ) from tan Frail' 1 
oiaco at 2:30 P. M , from Iwonc. Street Wbarf. On ■ 
bnndaia at 8 A. M. Beiarning, arrivea in San 1 
FraooisooSood&y eienlig, at 7 o'ulook. Tiokata I, 
on board tbe ateamer, 

£ . H. GERDES, 
Gen. Paso, and Tloket Agent. 
A. A. BEAN. Snp't, 

6FJEHAL OFFICE, 
ma21-'f 4SO HoBlgosnry Street, 

DAILY LINE. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

Of TCT 

German Savings & Loan Society, 



THE BO AKD OF DIRE OTORS OF THM GHR- 
uan 8a*i*)ita and Loao Society "ave declared 
tbe dividend for tbe first balf-year 1374 ending tbia 
date, at tbe >a-e of eight aod two-filtna per oent. 
{8 2 5 per oent,) p*r aannos on Term Depouw nod 
Beven Deroent. (7 rjeraeot.) personam oo O-dio- 
ary Deposits, free of Federal tf-x, payable on and 
after the IScb day of Jaly ** ordar, 
j t 6-tl5 GOB. LBrTTE, Beoretary. 



4th of JULY 

GrrAnd Oelelbratioii. 

Everybo djlalnforuaedth at at the ol 
dat and nu mbe rah reea ee onde tre 
etwear egelllagapt end Ido pea bae ko 
rfr ontah Irteat»l.S». 17 nde rwe art* 
rom 50c up war dan dev ery thl Bare lee 
cho apua ch eap« aubea tbe ned lcian d 
COli 

NO. 3 SECOND STREET, 

OpPO.lt. th. Grand H.W1 . iaS-lrn 



REMOVA.Z1. 

PJ OATM.T H4S BRM8VKD PKOU 
. 1018 lia'kat MM.I to T» Market. (Orient 
Pel...) b.t~.n Kejro, •>« Dnpoot .tr.et WO.re 
ha .ill oodalooe I. fflepen.. Ih. oBoloeel bnvjl. ■•< 
■Wtae'a.Br.oOiea.Oli"".."-*'" hi" a t»ll .oi 
u,t,li»»W, l.ll-lm 




OB AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1871, THE DN. 
derelgned will ran bl. regDjerko.of .Is-hora 
Ooooord Ooeobee betwoen 

Cilroy and Cilroy riot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Oonneotlng with daily trains both l*orthand Son! 

Having run this lioe for two year* wltboni an 
aooldent ooonriog, ne Is confident he can oontlnae 
tbe same with aafet. tt the poblio. 

Tnrougb Tiokata to tb^ tiprlngs from Ban Fras> > 
oisooana all faqnlred Information may ba bad at . 
MR Uootgomery Street, And at the "at i 

Joan Kallroud Depot, San Francisco. 

Private oooTsyana* famished by latter or tela 
graph. Alrtre.* 

I.. H. BV£B, fillroy, 
P. O. Box BfcV or by W. F. A Oo 

Bay your Through Tlokete and never badeli 
on tbe road. 



S. F. and JS. P. B. E. Co. 

£$3 

ON AND AT r K R APRIL 13, W4, TBS 
gtaemer ANTEuOPK, Oapt Galloway, con- 
DBOttDff at Oonabu- Laooing with tbe oars far < 
OlOTTtUl* aod lnt*rosrd'*te stations will leat* i 
H«a Franolice dall> from Front Sir*at Wharf at i 
liltO o'olook. Ketaroio* wnl leave Olovardile ■ 
6 A. M. OODDeotios at Donabne Laodlne 
aMamer, and arriving In 8a ■ Fraoolsc; at 11 
■VIVDAY JCXODKaXOffB, 
The ateamer AATELOrE wllUeava front atrwat > 
wharf every Monday morning, at 8 o olook, non- 
nesting at Dooabne with oere for Petamnuv l 
Santa Bom, tleald^org, Lloverdale^ Retarnisc, > 
the train leav»e Oloverdale at 2 o'closk. P. a*, 
connecting with a faroer, arrlvlcg at San FrenOle. i 
eo at 7 o'oluck.- Exenalon tickets at rednoad i 
rsteo. Unonectlona mads with e'agea for Sonoma, 
Okiab.Merdoolooand Oieir bake. 

Nofrt-iubt cae be reoaivad after So clock p. M. 
For farther ,ofarm«t.OO apply at Oompanj I 
offloe, 4 »» Montgomery »treet. v. 

P. DONAHUK. Praaideat, 
F S. GUKBES . 
apK-tf General Paasair^r and Ticket Agent. 



Wharf at 
rardile at I 

MR' 



(TEA ► HARK.) 




For Sale Everywhere. 



CRANE BMCHAM, . 

WHOLESALE AGKNTB. ie*-t 

ffiO^Aft Want d a oarty m Invest the above 
©*»JUU. .nioofH, H will pay a rekaro of from 
a.OWJO toiW.-O'lo on* yar.r, tbe best oaying ba-i- 
nt,M in tin> KranoUoo. For putlcnlara app'y to ! 
" Oorhyp^A n^.,_AgrnU 6B6 Montgomerv^-et. J 






jylMm. I Boom », tni Franciaco. 



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CLOTHING! 



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■■ FURNISHING GOODS ! 

yiw?* I f»».u —■■ i » » i'> »w»« a- »au,»io 
(t If* „. 

au, Harris' Cass Suits 

$10 Each. 

.T TT« T RHOHIVBD 

300 Scotch Suits, 

S12 50 Each. 

200 AMERICAN CASS SUITS 

$14 Each. 

400 BLUE BE AVEE SUITS, 

$18 Bach. 

rrwSOia.la.ireSej.ts >•* r«T*i*«lr| OaooAa to ovrcr. 
p— 1. at tie «Mkl*g Sum of 

E. C. DAKE & CO., 

Nol 15 tCaauy Street, 



MISS JEFFREYS LEWIS 



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BIBS MARY WELLS 

BUSS PRANK BEA 

Mtsa ST. JOHU 



IN PREPARATION, 



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attractive: novelties 

"Will be Bbortly Presented In Rapid Buooeaalon. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 






rjaJenr.-cs. 



STARTLINC DEVELOPMENT! ! 
Ill < K I in -i o-N ,(i||T I 

We Still Reign Supreme 

»T 

HIE ORKAT ElPURirM OF Fl ■> ! 

0-»at »«(■>•• af b- 

JOHIVIVY TUERS. 

THIS EVEWIWO 1VI.T I 

TBo Trvabli^tu t^onttn »ha • 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG MD FOI 

rinUBBU wll« Ik. YAKIITI BALK AllOCBB. 

ouo! 

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OJ-.A.TVLIi.EL,. 

J.,.«.T,. f , ... AJ Harre Date* 

•"•■ *** *•■••■ - ._•*** '"»h 

"•'•** ■_•■ 11 •!»• J.... 

I»»«rji. Ziof.r.U* ■«•• Vlifp«i ■>■>•« «■•>■>!•> Mr»w»r 
"»-"•>« Mollla (■■Urif.i 

lln.H ■•> P*lh« l.lrrl^ W-r-- I asft Mil.. HUBrh. 



Hirry D.T'7 
Hrrle-r*>«Bile ftapjaj 



DENTIST'S SHOP. 
AM 



J bear Fries 



•T o X3 3sr:i\rY Ttrnna, 



Haaia: 

Mrdlry H. »•; . 



1-1 l/LBf.rrMi 



MORTIMOR1>,. 



.Ma»Kie Htevrar 

...Mli« Hl.Mrni 

rim. 



THE FJELLQW THAT LOOKS IKE ME. 



Mr*. Or»T 

Mr 0,», 

t n.ld (zUituHj 



M .» V«c»l« Pr.»»r 
, FrkDk Mtrtliaor* 
lobnar Prioi 



Wmmmr D*Bee 



Hurl 

H<-ruplpa . 



.......R« * Vl.fMii 

. .. Mil-. Hi.ntk* 

ruiu Htxi !**•• risk 

.... Ustte Worrtl 



O'lf""* , 



STRUCK Oil.. 

D.Tiy Aod.. 



Will Bboitlr Anpur, 
J-OHPJ KBL.I.OO. 

rilllH UP ABB1HION 
PttqnctU t9 tHlllSlN .1 80 »9d $S 



■nllrli.1'.^ 

roy riot »u 

ring!, 

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Ale and Porter. 

DEPOI. CBI MaBEET street, 



Try- 
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SOUTH EN PAGIfli 0¥ifl& HOISI.!** ** ** 



Op-D Daj aod Night. L»di«' D-ptrtmsnt. Obopa -nd .Terytbinar la m.Tk«t served to order. 
•iiMtr Street. effKewny between Cnllforola. 



W. H. SCHNEIDER, 

c3-xjJNrsij.i;iT7:i3 

lf«. SB Geary Street, 

Ntu Uuktt end Keernj etreete, Ben FrtsattO*. 

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ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



FOURTH IEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



•'S%\ Publishes ail the California Supreme 
giL' Eoort Reports..,! g 






rtYJ *MAH9AflOM 

€nl» Legal Journal Published West 
Of the MiMisslppi. 



«T BtAB RtCETVE. TBKCOBB1AL IinKIBM. 
At BAT OE TBI PMF ESSIOX AA A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 

J. P. B0GARDTJ8, PnbMsIier. 



Only Authorized Agents on this Coast 

FOB THE CELEBRATED 

''GrandDuke Alexis Ties" 

....AHT> TBI.... 

"ALLIGATOR TIES" and "GAITERS," 

THE MOST OOHFOBTABLZ, 
Durable and Fashionable Shoes In Town. 



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......THE, 



ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 






AIiBO TECH XiARGHaT, 

Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 

....or.... 

Genti'. LadiM', Miiaei' and Infant'i 

BOOTS and SHOES 

BTEB omSKD IB BAB KtABOIBOO. 

BUBS *KAYSAlU>,2S8A>arny Street. 



Progr»m: 

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OAKLAND DISTRIBUTING AGEHCY 

TAYLOB * CO., 

Bill and Card Distributors 

FOB OAKLAND Hud T1CI.VITT, 

.- V\ •MBOflv.1 

Will lAlthlollr Btke dUlribollon. of 



Circulars. 



Dodgers, Cards, 



m v* 

10 



09 . M M Aod .Terr doooription of 

3E>x-lsxtoc» BtXavtter 

At most Beasontblo r.t... 
TAYLOR A CO. niHrniBUTB 

" x^xca-waLXt.o w 

Id Oeklend everr dej, and en lo be relied vpoa. 



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THE OLD 
Hot SOOtQll, 

No. A (formerly 1«) Nnrut ecr 
tt Aloora from Ke.r.i, 

Ail Drinks Tea Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 
THE BEST TOIA ABtTjEBR" 11 TOWN. 

AlwafHonfllc— thoNcw York Herald. Parper'i 
Wecklf. Frank Lealte'a, Dis'b Dotoie. Pc '«• Oa- 
■ette, ili th<* Oalltoroia paper*, al-o \be LoodOB 
Panob. Ball's Ltfe, llia.trated Loudta Scare. Oelt 
and ittiefe toarielr. 
SS" Don't forget the ilsn of the Hot Soot* k. 
Jell-tf 



W. 8. WALDROM. Pnpneter. 



JOHN UoCARROM, 

H0RSS8H0ER and FAltRlKB 



VTarranta to cere laterfertnir or Orer- 
reachioe;- Conuend Bnateee will rooeiTo prom p 
fttUation. 
■V* SatiafaoUoo ttTMi la all oaaes. 



CANDIES. 

i ix EIBDf OB THE rantsrt oaedt 



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-*abJnaed every Da» in w * ear by 
J. P. BO<JA -DUB 

•■« saerealeea u) »»« Wa^Iaar*«a •**■ 



TUESDAY. 



.JULY H, 1874 



AMUSEMFNTS, Etc. 



■ aenlri-% Xw Theatre. 

Bsa iaanli'a mal^aae .titled Tha Willow 
Oopst.' dm to. doss keen*. -•'I P-rforaiadi° tti. 
onj u it wails" ntest. »*ias J**'** - " L*«i«d.d 
HB , ebirnicr ecting iu ">• character of R«» 
IitMicc «i« ««• Browning acted tbe ran of 
Las. WaiUn «aea.Mnlf. M>.i Mery WelWpre- 
MDWd* ^.w*rljl sod a -t"fiJ im&«r<ocatioB of 
M«g, ttnrf ArB*««»Lal>»ieV. S,»«M> 

■ Nrlyrio;), A.D Billings wee cffteilw u Did 
Hoik*. aid Cfca-tai EloaaJi tl»y*d t&e role of 
Sir Ricfcard Yaagiac with c(*mn,«odsbl» ab.':ty. 
'Toe W!llo* Coeu' 1 w. 11 be played again to-aigbl- 
California Theatre. 

-DnH i;*rnck" aul lb! feres of "Daodreary 
Married and BvHltd." were performed ls»t nigbt. 
sad sere gt'a-. .aUsfscnon to tba largeaid fesb- 
,Oc*tf!«aid;»oc« pr.MBt. To-oigbt aid to-mor- 
rewo rbt Mr. Sotaara wTH appear in Ms wonde- 
loll/ cltver impersonation of Lord Dotdreirj'a 
Broi»»r >»=, to ice p'ey of th«t aim*. At! «Bo 
b.re a«»o Duoireary ant wlih to »ee his brothir 
ud*«bm oo d^nbt boi that "5 am" will die- 
or^wd(d booses oo the ooly two occasions oo 
stales it ispreffeaud. 
Op«>a Honie. 

Tbta popolar bonis Is throrgJi ttlgbily. Tbia 
weekisanBaaneedea tbe lest of the ensageaitat 
of thoea prim* favorites. Ben Cotton and Billy 
Arlington- *lhey conld.ia cpojnBCtlon wi'h the 
California Minstrels, crowd tbo Opeia House for 

• mooift ioog«r did their icgagemanu ia Ue £»st 
permit of thalr stsy. The aptoaeid Pill wtieb 
Oaas«d to mncb imirumeal last night, acd wbtcb 

• pp-trioolli'i PUT*. *i'l *»a repaeled to-n>gBi, 
la order to obtain a seat it la necessary to go 
•illy. 

Bella Union Theatre. 

Tba pity of "Dombey acd Soq" la cir-ita^y per- 
formed at tbji bcase by Jaos*t A. Hero*, Mi«a 
Jaoale Johnson, Johi Woodard, Una Mage • 
Mnotre and others. Ml;a Alice RjbsdellgVe tba 
andietce with ber acrio-comlo eoi g: Ed Marrty 
pretests tii Badget of Foo, Bad numeroai other 
performances are given. 
Iuck)-r'i New Variety Theatre. 

Tba acta of "Clam Bel," "Tba Dentist Shop,', 
"S.rack Oil." 'The Pellow that Looka 1 ike MO 
are nrpfr'Vl perlotmid by Johnny Tneri, Nad 
Buoklsy, Frisk Moriimore, Harry Davoy acd 



Tiie l*n L« Senaailon." 

The Palioa Ampbltbaaire wili opao oo Friday 
nigh: wtlb ibia atardiog act, which oontiita of 
project og a tooog lady from tba gronnd with tba 
apeed of aa arrow tDirty feet ia the air. The act 
baa created at immense eaoaatlon whertTer it his 
beeo doce.borb ia Europe aad id the I a»t. The 
Holtam aJiaaoB *:t, citcbicg a real caaooo baJl 
fired from a bowl &er. aad also a mtostral and Mr 
tiety latailode will be giveo la adrtii ioa to the 
•rreat La La Secutioc. Tbritliog ai tbe act is. 
we are altered by Mesere. H ami I too aad Ob ap- 
nea, tba masagera, that ibere leabsolotoly no 
Aaagerof acidanu.bat tba: the projected yoang 
lady will ba oangbt every time ia mid air, at the 
tarauaatiOD of bar «ra! jaaroey, by a man 
eaipeoded bead downwards from a trap;ze, aad 
this pari of toe a;t neter failf- We aboold hope 
noU 
Tbe Tableau of Ireland. 

J. I . Ksalr'a Tableau of Irala&d. a gaod pioo* 
rami of the Green lile, «i!| ibortly be ezbitittd 
tbla cttj. J. E. Morse, tba manager, la already 



r.r 



Woodwarci'i Gardens. 
The great Imoatoment Feat, throwing 24 poigo- 

•rdi at a disrobed person, while i;>nned to a 
plank, aad tba new pact air. i nc " i-oi Iodieoe 
Wood:.* are the *xiri atl-ajtiooa for Saiorday 
and So' day. A eoa oaar Is on ex hi- it on aid tno 

Oentary Plant |i in bloom- 

avATOKioai. jiDiXcat. — On* ot the most 

wnrwcia colifvuoaa of tea fctnd is tie United 
Saataa. oompr.tjoi tondraas of ooatly and basm- 
in. was models, is dally on etaw (to gentleman 
i - rt at •-£• MOMtim on ■ootgomere afar— i» Aa 
-m r may b* omflcah)* enant bare. 



Peter's Centre Markrt. 

Stalla 74 and 75 are Uken i-y ibe pioneer Poul- 
try asd Qime de leta, 6t?lgman k 8traic*jy. 
Tbe fineit Pcnltry and Gixe, and the Frtiaeit 
Batwr and Egg« In tba city. 7-k 



A DOUBT. 

kx acaa. •. at. e. Plan. 

It Is Battle, and weary, and wide. 
It mesanrea tbe world at my aide ; 

It toachifl ' be tt Hi and the ean ; 
It ereepa with the dew to my fe*t ; 

It broods oo tbe blossoms, and none, 
B came of it* brcoilng, are swett ; 
It Elides as a snake In tbe grass), 
WaeatTe-, whereyer I pas*. 

It la blown to tbe ffonta wita the bird ; 

A' tie Mortb, thrcogb tbe snow 1: Ib heard, 

WHb the moon from the chasmi of nlgbt 
It rlF«-, forlorn and afraid ; 

If I tarn t > tbe left or tbe right, 
I cannot forget or evade ; 

When it fchakea at mj Bleep as a dream, 

If I eacndtr, ll s tries my ecream. 

It rniik-H from the cralle ; It lies 

Oii t' e dus'. of t je graTe, and It ciJcb 

In the wtuda and tbe waters ; It slips 
lo toe flush of the leaf to tbe gronnd ; 

I tr*nblc6 the klse at my lips ; 
It lends t j my laa^htar a sonnd ; 

It makes of tbe pictures hat paint ; 

It ti'-hkloei tke brow of tbe taint. 

The entloe and crown of t ie king. 
The ewoid of the eoldier, tbe ring 

Of the trlde, and the robs of the pri Et, 
The g>d», it- tbelrpilBont of Bione, 

Tjeaegels that sang in tbe Eiat — 
x*ea. tae cr ss of my Lord it bis known ; 

And wings there are none that can By 

From its shadow with me till I di- ; 



An Optical Uimaiaa. 

A. New Tork paper saya : A young mac of 
Brooklyn saw the comet. He and a friend 
were retarniog from a moooligbt excursion. 
They were radiant with bappioees, and filled] 
to tbe brim with clams and larger. Sud- 
denly one ot them stopped and gazed tenti- 
mentally at the moon. "Oh, fcow bright 
the moon Bhinei," eaid he. "To be certain- 
ly," said hia friend; "Vcoant ecDrrh'D." 

Lookl lookT' said the first speaker, "there 
is the comet." "That's so. Queer no thin' 
'n newspapers 'bout it. Gaeee its head o' 
time," said" bis friend. "Isn't it a beautifal 
sight, and bo very brilliant." said the first 
speaker. His frieod grasped an awDiog 
post, steadied himself, end has soberly es be 
could, eurveyed tbe comet. Suddenly he 
burst out laughing, released his bold of the 
post, tumbled into the gatter, and vchan be 
hod once more regained his cluteh on the 
po«t, eaid to his friend, "You're a smart on, 
you are. That's a pooty comet, that is. 
Why, you blasted fool! lfs nothing but a 
rag on the telegraph wire." Just then a 
police star appeared in vie-w.and ths friends 
by strategic moTementssuccsded in escap- 
ing a night in a place where oomets are 
never seen. 



Advantage of Being Thlck-SlcmUed. 

It is advantageous somttimei to bs thick- 
skulled. On the let of July an attorney of 
Memphis, of the name of Barnes, fired at 
mother gentleman of the legal profession, 
by the name of WeUh. Th« ball hit Welsh 
on the head, juet above the ear, penetrated 
the flesh to the back of his head, bat did not 
hurt the skull materially. That* s one ad 
vantage of being thiek-headed. 



Rather Hard. 

In St Louis, a man named Coring was 
shooting at another mao, and while engaged 
in that amusement accidentally shot a wo- 
man. He is disgusted now that he finds 
they keep him in rrison, as be expresses 
himself willing to apologizs to the dsid H- 
dy'd friends. It is rather hard on a well- 
meaning young man. 



Boston Oyster Bouse. 

L. O. Pratt baa opened stalls B9 and 90 in 
Centre Market. ■ OyaterB la every style. Obdps 
and S.eaks of the choicest. Ladies private 
r:onu ap stairs, T-a 



Managers 

Ot Amusements, Excursions, Lecture*, and 
Conoerts, are directed to tbe splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Bterett, 532 Clay Street, 
orer the Ban Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Plain or Fancy Colon, are turned' 
oat in tbe shortesi possible apace of time, 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc, 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Bterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are Tery little in advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sixes, 
from 18 to 42 inch letters, in stock, of all colore 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially Invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor in 1&50, aad has been in sno- 
eeeeful operation ever Bince. 3_($ 

Imperial AoT.li.lc Punch. 

The beet of beverages. Try it. Made and 
sold only by Aj a L. Waagitoan, at hie sympo. 
alaoof fine Wines, Llqaora and Begar*, comer 
of Lsideadorff and Belleck street*, feuperb Hot 
Loxoh from 11 to 2. N. a.— Stock reports 
teJegrspnaa directly from the Board especially 

• or this bloon. 2x 

— ■ ,■♦■,,, 
L>o rt ox SJufJor from corn an 

Tbe unfortunate anflerere from Oems, Bun- 
ens, Olnb and Ingrowing Sails, can find Instant 
-*ilef by applying at Dr. Es.fi. Cowan's I&ati. 
«»e.-*H' E -ny street, from 1 to 6 »Ja. We 
r-*vk frcn; jenenc*. having tested the Doc- 
v-r'* capability, ftererwecee over IfreQUlred. a 



Trying. 

Nothing so barrows up tbe soul of a sen- 
sitive man as 1 3 discover a young lady watch- 
ing him through tbe blinds while be is trying 
(0 join tbe fractured parts of a broken bue- 
pender. 

Strawberries : Strawberries 

The Matinee Fruit Store 400 Bnafa, Is the place 
to obtain jour nice, fresh Strawberries. Parties 
patronizing us will be promptly attended to, 
and can rest assured that their Berries will be 
sent home in good condition, as we hava a 
right sprlxg wagon expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your address our wagon will call for 
ordtri every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal ol trouble. Give us a trial. 1-r 



"Led Astray'* In London, 

"Gitomer Gorton" the London oorreepon* 
dtntof the New York Spirit of Ihe Times 
siys: Mr. Dion Boueicault Las definitely 
setiled liecomp&Dy for "L d astray," wbiob 
will be produod at tbe Gaie'y Theatre early 
in July. Tbe heto.ue, after all tbe talk and 
tbe diacaesioo, is to be Hiss Heleo Barry— 
tbe very lady who was selected by Bouct. 
ciult for bisAJnazoa in tbe famous Babil 
and Bijou. In my bumble opini. n a greater 
mistake could scarcely bave been made — If, 
Indeed, Mr. Boueicault Is honestly anxioos 
to give tha public a good p' rformance of a 
gooi play. I am awure of tbe difficulties. 
For ihe heroine of "Led Astray" U required 
ta be a beautiful woman and a practised 
actreBS. To combine the two would have 
been admirable. Bat I should bave thought 
that Mr. Boueicault would have preferred 
electtDg a less beautiful woman and a more 
accomplished artist. Ths leading artists of 
Peris, women like FavBrt and Fargueil, are 
not really beautiful. They become eo by 
their Intelligence and by their true artistic 
instinct. A beautiful woman is always a 
' joy forever," but if I were producing "Led 
Asray," which depends eo material!? on the 
geciuB of tha actress, I would sooner have 
le-s beauty and more art. Not to put too 
fine a point upon it, Miss Htlen Barry is a 
beautifal lady, but an amateur. The aim 
and object of all independent criticisms is 
to protest against amateurishness in all 
forms of art. Amateurs have got the pos. 
sefsicn of burlesque. Let them keep it. 
But do not ret them drag down our oomedy 
and drama. For tha rest, Mr. Beuoicault 
appears to have done very well, MisB Amy 
Bostlle is a pretty and extremely clever in- 
genue. Miss La Thiere is also very clever 
and will do remarkably well. Mr. Leatbes, 
the young lover, is well spoken of, and he 
has educition (he is the eon of Professor 
Donaldson), and good breeding to back him. 
Mr. William Belford, a popular actor and 
old favorite, has been secured for Major 
O'flagan, ths Irishman, and all so far looks 
very promising. Many people will tay at 
once: "What madnesal here is Boueicault 
bringing out a play in July, when the 
weather is at fever heat, when everyone 
has left town, when London is intolerable 
when we are all rushing down to Bamsgate 
asd Margate, when half tbe world is on the 
continent or abroad; who oan expect "Led 
Asray " to do ^any good ?" They forge* 
that this trick of producing plays in the 
dog days is a mania with Boueioault. fle 
baa done it frequently at the Princess. ' Wit- 
ness the "Streets of London" and "After 
Dark," and the plan has not failed hitherto. 
Besides, this ysar all is in favor of Bouoi- 
cault. The Lyceum will he oloaed, the Vau- 
deville will be closed, and Mr. Bouoioault 
will have the gieat Strand district entirely 
to himself. 



Jo* GroBTa's Restaurant, at 105 California 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
tbe publl: as s place where ntoe Chop?, Port r- 
Hones Eteaks and Oyster* la ere y slyle could 
be had, A «h:rt time since, Mr. Glusta made 
an addition of a whole floor to hlB place, so 
that he o.uld accommodate families. Hie res. 
tsuratt, as now coastrncted, can well be called 
a family rettaoraxt. 6-ac 



If one wishes to pass an hour or two pleas- 
antly at the game of billiards, no pleasanter 
place oan be found In tbe c.ty taan Chapman £ 
Turin's Billiard Parlor, Kortheaat comer 
Bash and Kearny streets entrance on Bush, 
From the wrodow a good view oan be had of 
two of cur busiest itrecti Bash and Kearny. 
Local Option not in force; for the best of 
Wines, L quer* and Cigars, are served at the 
barter 123* cert*. 6-i 



An Unpleasant Woman. 

A New Orleans young worn an, who writes 
pieces for the paper, says that occasionally 
a woman meets a man to whom she says: 

Oo the barren shores of Time, O, my soul's 
kinsman, I have found in thee my 'pearl of 
great price,' and there is nothing more 
precious out of Heaven 1" She doesn't tell 
us what the youog man says. Probably be 
keeps mum, knowing tbat it isn't polite for 
a gentleman to inform a lady that she's 
"talking like a dem'd foe I, anyhow." 



oyiters, 
In strolling round the other night* 
To look at 'Frisco by ga* light, 
Uur careless feat, by chance aid stray 
To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 
Ot sparkling waters, made a screen 
r&rooJth which a sweet bouquet was seen I 
While mo&ey stone 3nd pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
!asde that window seem to be 
acme fairy grotto of the sea. 
stop," said my friend, u let's go in here^ 
It looes so nice— and try their cheer. "^ 
"AH right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter nest 
Made his appearance, asked our wish- 
Said they had almost any disb 
That we might name. We foond It true. 
And cooked vuymficmUy, loo; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; jubt think of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
Ion're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs aud terrapins'^ 
In fact, ve found they had within 
That cosy ptaoeaU kladaof game, 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we oould name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladies, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
Soat they have barer the beat lee cream; 
So Were they flock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "such nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain; 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster House, S3T Bnsh street, 

Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

0H AttT.B~w HAAKX, Proprlatoz, 



OPERA HOUSI. 

COW. T. HTJBPH7 _ Bl.fO M.i, 

GREAT SDCCEBH OF 

MAGUIRE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTREL, 



L 



»P f clM CO l^evolleMa. 

For dTff unaUng in all Its branclea and tbe 
latest styles, nil on Uxa.-L.-I. Walker, at 310 
Post street I crma reasonable. S-ij 



Music Hatli Charms. 

Pianos tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and eallsfa-tion guaranteed, by one that 
understands 'he busloess. Also, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
at TS4 Market or 54 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan. 4-v* 



Demtal Work. 

Fos rrjrxaz qualttt ot woke, go to T. 0. Jes- 
rap, deniirt, cor. Sutter .nd Montgomery, over 



TnesjBr's. 



s-u 



Sea. L. 3 ALU- ar ea , So, 340 Kearny street, 
Sew add Becond-Hand Clothing, of all de-crip- 
tings, bought and sold. Store closed on Sat- 
— day until 6 P. If. jx 



Fresh stxad HWMt. 
Far the best oonfeotic-naTy, n to Canty and 

Wtznar*e. 107 Manurotnary SU near Batter M 



PERSONAL. 



MRS, M. J. FARRELL. LADLES' HAIR- 
drseeer, late of Doberty's Hair St-re. baa re- 
eiovad to Ko. *8 Kearny etreet, ap stairs, rooms 
2i aad 25. Altkindiot hair work made to order. 
fali-lm 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Mook-^llera and «tatlon-»r-a. 
tt. H. Moore, S&9 Montgjoonery, near Marohaos. 

Batcher*. 
Kats, Fred. 5 talis 94 to 100. Calif omia Maxfcai 
ISeaasta, 

H. R. Pope. S Manteromary Street, 
Davia A Caae, 22 Mot, tfiomery ttreet, opposUst he 
Lick Honae. 

Hnnai Hair. 
Sampson. A. B. A Oc. U0 8a««m4«*iee4. s X 

Whlteaen and Paper Hangari, 
A. W. Wbeidan. 122 Geary bU mu - ... igaj ;* 1 1 

Wtnea add Ijq taera. ( Wno'.aaaJeJ 

taBaBSVaWF^hjg yn-: 



TJA8T 'W E3E:^C o:e* 



WW V ©H AMU AEMIf! 



^»-A-«.T PIR.8T. 

OVERTUKB , 

HArtY ALLKKN ! 

MRSr PHK WOULD AND THEN !»ne WOULDN'T ia»tl„ " 

WILL YuU cfnth, TO MfcRT M&, DARLING- 

<.!AOKLE (JACKLE 

BY 1 UB BAD bKA VTAVK3 



ORCHEBT 

G. W. HARI 

BjtN OUT! 

... ... W. F. BAB 

..BIHT ARLINOl 
J. G. ROSSI 



Crand Finale THE ELACfC BRICAD 1 

•OT10.V, J.KIKOTU.V. Klirnv AU COHPHT. 



SECONID: « 

Messrs, WELCH and RICE in their Original Act, 
C&ET 1 FOR A.J\/LTE1FLJlC2 JSi 

He*jbma£e suffrage. 

3HSS WOTJLD.HATJL ARLINGTON. 

The tfr eat Sod g and Dance Artist, BOBBY NEWCOMB, iukl 

OBK3INAI/ SONG AND DANCE, 

PRETTY LITTLE IKIIV1VT.IZ. 



IHE POBsflsUIV PAIlflE 



TOB?.. 

OMAC. FREELOVB... 

UOL. 6HOU1EH 

ABASkLLA 



•- BES COTTC 

OO!*. T. MURPU 

OHA». BE« 

JENNIK. EsHEBwA 



OTMTtBE I) H. Ill Ml B 



To Cooclude with the C Jajic Sketch of 



BILL WE8TOV (From Alamort. Ooaoty) BILLY 8WEA7W.I 

KILL SIMPSON (Ob.mpioo W.ik.r of toe Villig.) BILI.Y WEUJ. 

B*SP McOABli (Fonkht51 and w^o ins ftg&O OaARoKS BKK 

1HK OOUdEK (Who lYsiosd Bolli.er) p. LOOMII 

TUMPKI*o iLudloid of to. Hotel) 00N. f . MURPH 

JiHN (The Ol.rk) D. J. SHERWOOl 

PETK (H-.d W.lt.,) JOHN RtO. 

IiE (2d W.lt.r) G. BIOBARB: 

HUZaBBIH JENNIE sa&RMA) 



MONDAY EVENING - 

......FIEST APPEAKAN0E OF.. 



JULY 21 

SAM F.iCKEY, t^astEr B'RWEY anti Wss LUjU DELWAY 



n 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

var.ornjLA orrr, KrvAi>i- 

JOHN PIPKB PEOPKirTOi 

THIS ELEGANT TH8ATRE OAN BE RENT- 
ed by tbe night or week. Stars &nr travel- 
Ins: comoaciei hbarally trt?att>d wilti on c-nlicatioo 
to JtMZDl PIPER, 

Hanager ana aoie rrupr^WM 
Or to 3. H. MftCAWK. 
)n29tf 93C Bnsh street. San Francfaco. 



METROPOLITAN THEATBJE 

8ACRAU£KTO, 

TO RENT, 

BY THE NIGHT, WEEK OK MuNTH.FROM 
April 1st. For terms, apply at tbe Theatre. 
or by letter to W. K. MORKOW, Proprietor. 
baoraraento. 
N. B.— I have aoaotborrzed Agent anywhere. 
mb3t-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AM JOSE, CALA: 

TEIb BKAUTIFDL AND NEWLY BENO- 
Ttud Theatre i. to be let bi the Nieht. Week 
or Month, .t ri.8on.ble lereoe. - 
• p 24-tf G. BBOHASKA, Proptiotor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL "USEUm 

And College ofXedlelne. 

Ifl Hfin BEAUTIFUL AND rNBTBUOl 

lU.UvU ive objects to be seen. Qpea to th- 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAL! 
a* IS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY., 

str-Da. Joedak'8 PntVATB OmoB is at fta) 
Geary street (opposite old Meohaoioa' Pavilion). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTING 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PBEPABED for the STAGE 

PRIVATE THEATRICALS AND AMATEUR 
performances direoted. by a la^y and cent.*- 
man of more than ordinary experience. For par- 
ticulars apply to MR. J. H. McOABlC, 
Theatrical Agent, No. S3S Bneb Street, 
delO-tf San Francisco. 



THOS. W. BREI & CO,, 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 

^SV IUKUFAOTTJBB318 

-er — awd— 

^^T EEPA1RBR8 

fin DRUMsTii-uos- 

^Sr — Aim— 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

sws»Lae»ons given on the Banjo and Dram, *•» 
MISSION STREET, bet-weea First and Second. 

N B.— Fine- ton ad Silver Sola Banjos tor Pro 
•Mionala always oo hand. *» 1! tf 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



GEORGE KATES, 



•^ 



DEALSR IN OVBTBE* Ol*AJtS 
axcall kinds of SHELL FlfaH, 
■i. us .Cos. to, 41, AS* Uelifomijk 
Uara«t, entrance on OaUtora:a street. . 

fn'ot'c or private paraea aad tamiiiee snppllac 
i-»-ora " A.M. to U P. a. Ladies' sod Gantieatenv 
0»ur iiooxo ooea Irons a *-*. to 12 PJS. AmIMs 

TAI 9 HUB • TO 



theatre; % 



McDANIEL'S 

CHEYENNE, WYOMIRO TEREITORY. 

OPEN THE FEAR ROUND WITH A FIRST • 
class Variety Compsny. Variety Artists 
cosalrgEast can at all times seonre Firat-Claie 
engagements. Mnet be artists of acknowledged, 
ability and have good wardrobe. Nona others need 
apply. Address JAMES MoDANIEL, 

Proprietor, 
Lock Box No . 1, Cheyenne. v7yo. Tar. jel i 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOTJBE.I 

CHEYENNE. WYOMING TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS BBSH 
recently refitted and decorated. Firat-olaai , 
Dramatic Oomp&nles or Dramatic Stars comlog : 
East will be treated liberally npon application 
aitber by telegraph or to person. Address all ■ 
commonicationsto JAMBS MffDAniBL, 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No. 1. Obeyeno ,Wyo. Ter. el 



COLO-ROOM VARIETIES. 

■Ixte«nth St., Cker»Ooe. Wyoming. 

JAME W ALLEN ...Proprlel 

JOHN W. DUNMC Bnaineaa Manaj 

HAKRY SPRIGOS Stage Mai 

HAS JUNT BKEiV RBFITTB1 
and reopened for the Fall and Wioter Baa 
son ir.tfa a nrsUelass Company, embraoinsi Han 
Springs, trie great ebaracter actor; Harry Lo 
raina, Billy Forest, Mr. J. W Donne, Miss Lni_ 
Hall, siiaa Minnie Pavi^, Miss Nellie yeymora 
31i«a Jeoote Logan, Frank Holley, George Tobl 
acd Obarlea Miller, and a fall and emcient t 
cfaestra. 

sj6*- Lady talent coming East can always s_ 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLEN, 
pnetor. GOOD SALaRlEb PAID. 



....AT.... 

McDMIEL'S THEATRI 

CIIKTISSE, DIOhUt, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEI 

•St-Talent going East wiK find It to their adraa- 
tage before leaving California to correspond will 

J. HeDANIKX., 

ouv Look Box No. 1. Cheyenne. Wyoming. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Stalla 67, 56 and 59 Oalifortrls Market.' 

(Entrance on Pine Street,) 

B0P" 1- a mi Lie 8 and Restaurants supplied at abort 
notice. delT-laa 



■%» 



MORACHANA LYNCH. J 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, CLAMS and all kinds, 
of Sb»ill Flab, Stall 69 Oaliforoief, 



Market, San Franoiaeo. Ijien Day 
and Night, r amiilee. Pabl.o and Pri- 
vate Parties. Hotels. bhi„ptng and 
Reatanracta snpolifd. 



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J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN X.XJNCXX, 

Cor. I.pned nod Teh.ina rtre< t. , 

.VTerr&pm comtuntlj on hHML 
f Or .ten in BTory .trie. PRIVATB 
.SUPPBK ROOMS F,"1B PABTIBS. 
dec a-U 



MANNING'S OYSTER GROTTO 

Resort ot th. Bespeotabilify. 

AOQ PLUR ST.. beloic KBAMTY. -_ ^_ 

Manning Pan Roast^gAa/ 

Alt CHJEOLEE COFFEF, 
MlO-tf A. W. UAITNINO, lovenlor. 

O.licioQ. IOE OKIAB HI 8TBA.WBEBBIBB ' 



fi 



BUCKOLOVES, ^ 

HaWrVaTlbz 
f,, 



>ittflSE i MW*. 

Hlloi 1 



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FURNISHED ROO«S 
■«■»«— 

MO p.r bTobUi 

WEST ENP 



Sa>lBS.il I II 



• AH rtAIOHCO, WCDWESDAT, JtTLY 1&. ICT4. 



V.l. XIX 



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.CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

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CALITORNU THHATBl. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 






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LtJQUE 



*jc a Spanish Dramaiic Comp'y 

^uuday \ :. Juh 151th. 



POBITIVE3LY Li3L8T XVJDH3I3L Mr> JA f- *-• HERNE. 



ShlOABANA DB TOM 

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AC. 

:£..; CSCLAVITDO DE LOS NEMOS! 

irrrio m to* act.* 

I >-UMIi MilWa 1a*'.«oa. 
• «»•( ».l A»«1ata T.ai. 

.. — Bl MHH Bo* ■ 

A MUllllN'IIH .H 

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LTA ■-«■• <IMir^llM>H 

BBBAAIUE »L» J DA II ABOI (KMUnt. ADULVU leule 

SBJI.4KiB.1BD «B. MARLAJIOLL'AJUB 

I iCmUk i ..JULIO LL'QOE 

ru ¥ rBoriUBTAajo uoaii rcLiiauiz 

lltlll <<-'«•» il*r HMtrMl.... I. OVAL 

*t.ll aUOUiL 

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MR. TOOT*, 

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.1 • ■ f no c*i«q i. !.«•.■■ 

THIS EVXWINO JOLT 15 



SAM! SAM 

THE HON. SAM 8LINGSBY MR. 80THERN ...... 



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Ml' BUY WOODS 

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... Hit* BLUB WILTON 

MISS MINNIE WALTON 

HIS! ADA BUATTUOK 



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MR. SOTHERN as LORD DUNDREARY, 

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AMERICAN OOTJBIN." 



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LOTTA!! LOTTA!! 

As LITTLE NELL and THE MARCHIONESS. 

33os Slieet JVowr Open; 



' Tbt KTF.IKWAY PIANO wed on tbli oto.llOD I. kindly lo.n-d by M. QKAY. 



All.r wLI:h «llt b« iT.do M <■• OiMt ComtAj lBl 

DOMBfiY and SOU 

tlAPT, MTTl,K Mr. %tAME« A. lir*»J>t 

MK. TOOTH HaHHY UUUkTAIRK 

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FOUR OLD MAIDS. 

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SERIO-COMIC GEMS- 

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ALICE ftOIS 

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To eonolode with tbo Oomlo 8k«i«h of TBI 

Hotel R-Lxxiixers. 

Ub aiftOUrt b* Bsrten.Kallr, Bro*. M»dJ-.i1I«, Arobtr. 
bwAMM K.llj and OorapAoi. 



THE VILLA," 



A* tb« Now 



VARIETIE 

l.f, VlOtfA 




|.J.».1U»' 

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TBD. 



JOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tho Bqllstoc bArim |ut h»«o twnplohod, I* 
mvw thrown opoe to □• pi 4 o Tbo bo«oo la olo- 
■ollj fwra'Nwd. »r a b*a 

Four Publlo Parlors, 

— AJ»T>— 

Ten Private Din ins; Koorna, 



Elegant Villa. 

Tfco Vlllft" ii loooUd »t tbo but or aortta-woot- 
-.to of tbo PArfc. 

r«oa BrMkfAoU. Dloooro md BoDpon 
d o« tbo tttorbMt oouco. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC. 

rROFRIBTOB. )y.» 



iMHUIWI* 

■iBinih 



rBEE AND EASY 



USTRALIAN AND NEW ZEILAND 

BAIiOOM-. 

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IIMK A. U» 0UI0AO0 BBKR DBPOT.) 

rr lAl.tlAr Eve.ln. At B o'eloek. 
rriZBSS IK OBNBRAL. AND ALL ADS- 

--* tTAttAB. AQd N»W ZMlADd.r. Art lOTltAd to 

tAAAd.AOd tr« AAsnr«d of A n..rty w.loe n« ADO 
IoaA.BAH. A oapIUI HUT 1.UN0H .Arv.d ..try 
• MA. OBO. B. AUbTIN. 

ProptiAter. 



ittention, Good Livers! 



■■rota) rtroot and Lao Mloora' 
■i oo alarkot oirooi. Oar Bill* ol 9at* 

M all tbo doUoMioo of tbo ooaooo, Om> 
I U^'Oood Faro, Good Oboklog and Modatato 

>■■««• A CO. 

IRANT, 

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k ft AJtL to ID JfJL. ooM- tf 



r. BBGBa*OK.« «w *i 

II NERS* RESTAUR 

baa Ana aaa Akuhk 



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Baths 



FRANCISCO 

1 airdressing Establishment. 

lATiDC. n OAotA, H.lr Oat- YAiATM^H 
ou. BukUaaUA BaUa. . JOBS QBBir. 






P. H. McCANN. 

RACTICAL HATTER, 
Xo. BS TklrA lln,! 
EAtwtia MATtAt lid Ml'.. loo HMD. 

H A VB J AT RITOBBBD «AOM TBI ■ ABT 
•»» ««fl» »a» aUaAaI AfeAlWAt AAH, 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CUAS. L. STONE. Proprietor. 

No. 4 1 7 Kearny Street, 

Batwaoo Oallforaia and Pioo. 
Tbiiotocaot roaort, baa lataly baen enlar»»d,ar >. 
■ow oootatci S oaw Bare) tablaa. The b*»t Liqnoi . 
aad OLfarsac tbo Bar. Ftva larcoSnoIr fnroltbii 
rooma. !or o.oba and prlrato partioo ootbairowt 
Urmo aod rolOO. )«7-3nj 



FIGARO 

CIROOIaATES AB PfOUSB PROGRAMMK IN 
•varr Tbaatraood la avory plaoi of amoso- 
■aOit la S\o KranoiAoa I ill V ■ f*l 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

RO.RIKC OCEMl' SURGING BREIKERS 
FOAMING SURF. ItlOr.STER SEA LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnches. 
Dinnsra and Sappers. 

BRING YOUR WIFKI 

BB1NO YOUR r AMTn/YI 

BRINO YOUR LA OY FRIE».DB 

AAd .DjOT A Tl-W Of IDA Bo«At OOKAN PANO- 

RAMA IK TUB WORLD, All Id Al.ht of 

too WOrld-IADA AOAd 

Golden Gate. 

With AflAAt Of WbftA.Wla.Ad m.H.D»n entArin. 
IroBATAlT ptrtof Lh. oemm.rciAl world. 

AWN.w LISA Bonn, oonn.otlo. wtm Scro.l 
Oata At Loaa Moootola rratr u atlnatAt boroAfur 

fOr IDA Ollff flOOAA Jyl-tf 



Grand Duke Alexis 




THE DRPOT OP THE GRAND DUKK AL- 
OXloTtM, -cotoo OoogresB Gutert «nd Fr*oob 
Ties tnrO.BU sod Boys, it at P. Kollv'a. tba 
Pr<EA ftooliiiBk.r. 

■Au Uiibm of tba abovo sooda oow is itore, and 
will [>> lold at Baatarn prleoi. 

Paraooa rteldlng in tbe coantrr doilrooi of ob- 
t aic 1- f n'rtfct fit t Ini; Boots and Sboea. can aand 
for P. Rells'a U>rooUr,ooDtalDlsg his now matbod 
of eelf- tnBRsaremeot and Ifltof ooatom prioaa. 

ip. zs.ssii.iLiTr. 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Bet. MoatBwver. and KAnrny. 
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8. W. DENNIS, 

Dentist, 

HAS JDBT RBTORllBD UOM 
l he I* *tl sod r.snm.d tb. pr.au OA 
of biaprafetiioD, At bl. foruar ofBca, 

SB KEAB9T tTBBBT, 

BAM Faaaciaco. mi 



319 BUSH STREET. 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THIS HOUSE, BEING CENTRALLY _.*.. 
looAtad. near all tbo prinotpat Uotats, flE* 
Roauaraat' and plaoal of Amaaamont, Of 
StrADgsra can Bod food, oowfottsost, pit**- *»*»■ 
Diand oUcaot rooms at r*«.-ooablo prloaa. 

ooii-tf 



DR. 0. 0. O'DONNELL. OOoa *• d R«id.no 
USA Ka.w*,n**r JtaASMi. opst*-ira. (irad 
nataof DBrtWOWtb Ooloaajo. and lata Sariaos It 
tbo U. B. Aray. Treats oflo* pttleou for a fa* 
ol «l : VtaiU.Al Aj: Medioloea frof, Ubi^otrloal 



ri foo 



FOR S^LUbIS. 



new ;« OOTAVB 



PIANOffm 

WILL BE 

HOLD tit a. BARGAIN, 

On Aeooo t of departnro from ill* State. 
Gall, or Addresa 

'FIGARO" OFFICE, 
56fi Moroliant St, 

ma>3-tf 



To the Unfortunate. 

UK. €,HlUO.V4 IjIBFSXHAKY. 

DO. eeu KEARNY STREET, OOR- 
oer of Oommaroial, Ban Kt*nol*oo 
Kntraooe oa OomineroiaJ fItmoi. Katab- 
llsbod In ISM. for tbe treatment and 
care of alt disease* of tbe urinary and 

senerstive O'Caas, and all pbjsioal oon- 

or weakness oonseqaent upob tbo errors 

or iRnoraaoe of tbe sexes. Skin disease (of roars 
standing) acd aloernted legs saaoesBlallf treated. 
Thealokand ibe aflTioUd anoold not fail to call 
npon him. Tbo Hector baa traret>>d extanalveli 
la Koropo. and inspected tborongbly tbo rartona 
boapiUla toere, obtaining a (tront deal of Tatoable 
InformAtlon, wbtob be la competent to Impart to 
tbose la aeed of bis service*. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no obtrge onlees be effects a cure. AddrMB 
DR. J. F. GiBBOfl, Box 1^7, ban Francisco, 
noii-tf 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows. Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres. 

Excursions. &c. 

AT LOW KATES, BY 

B. F. SIERBTT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



TO THE LOVERS of SONC 

AND aOIIAL MJOTBOT. 



QHARING 



60S MISSION 



111 i «uir "I I fllltlUI 

K ANDEAUYt 



JALOON, 



NEAR SECOND. 



We inland rnnnlng It ** of yere— S'-olabilHy al- 
ways oar motto, Politeness and Fair Dsallog oar 
rale. Grand opunlng H&tnrday Hay 30 tn. 1874. Frew 
snd Easy every Botarday daring tbo seaion. Oar 
old patroni and tbe public la general aro cordiall* 
iovitfd. Obair t*k>n by oar old Chairman MB. 
F. PUlLLIPd at M'oloek sharp. 

JKAftLRI A WILD. 



California Ahead of the World 



WOOLEL GOODS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS IN RECEIPT 01* 
Blankets, Flannels, Horno-BlaokotlnB, aWA, 
direct from the Mills, end will soil in lotetosi.lt 
Depot, A3 New Montgomery street: 

OEO M. MAIM. Aiffllt. 



OR.WILLUB S. DAVIS & G A. CASE. 
x>^:iMTX«sT»f 

m* atootBomerr Btretst, 

Opp. Liek Honse. 
Dentistry In all Its branobei.lat roaaonabls rate'. 
mbJO-Jm 




CLAY-STREET 

RIDING AQAOIMY, 

8SB Clay Strict, cor. 
Block ton. 

This ts tbe most elef «nt 
and oommedlooa Riding 



tsjaohlng 



A. MARSHALL, Proprietor, 



lUGrHT. 



INBTBUOnON ON THE PIANO. 
Gotwr, Aooordeon, Water and OIL.. „ 
Painting at prloeo to salt olroometanoe*. *«1,S 
LwoTODWortb, between Oswry and (/Farr-B B«>., 
tfarowcb an arob. Brat boa.e; *aplU arttboat in 
■tTTiDf oU can p aotioa hero; itasaj at ■wsMaao* 
II d.iirtd. !**-« 



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COal i Coal ! 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 

* 

COAL DEALERS. 

OfBec. i ^Tbolcaol.. Bwlkhead. 

Between Facile and Jackson Street 

Wharvei. 
Retail, 4 1 3 anS 4 I 5 Pacific St., 

AbOTA 8.0.0010. 

SOLS AGENTS yOR 

AiiwroBT ceoa bat coal Co.. 

Aad Daalar* la All D..otlptioa. of 

ForeiKxi and Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

,„J8 P. O. BOX 10«». 



$30 0,00 OO 

TO XjO>QLS>T! 

AT REDUCED RATES, ON HIKING STOCKS. 
R«a1 HJtAto. Bo.l&a.a P.p.r .ad atoar Ool- 



lAl.r.ls. 

JOHN T. 



L.ITTL1B, 



S80 Monlgimrry Btr«et. 
myS-lf 



MILITARY GOODS 

....JJTD.,.. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICU 
TRIMMINGS, 

Ho. IS MontcatDterr Aveaa... «. T. 

hilar T. KonnKiw .tounsos 



noti o: 



FRED. HATZ, 
BEEF AND PORK* 
BUTCHER, 

Stall. BA to lAO OoIa. M.rt.l 
oar To a iha* wpalAt^toAll, .taAtlali 



Gray's Music Stores, 

G33,. 635 CLAY STREET, 

S TO ACCOMMODATE THE PUBI40 

mnsioal profession. OKAY'S MTJSIO 
h.rsafier close at t P. M. instead of J 



and tba 

EUOreswitl 

P. M. aifironrly. 



CANDIES ! CANDIES I 
ISuX. .aA.. mhrobh 

ManafACtoroe erory deoetiptkro at 
OAPTDIKs, Wtaoleawlw aad Keta.lL 

S18 K'imj St, octwesn Baoransuto and OaliW 
fornia and laVt Seoond itroat, between 

■tions and Natoma. nol-la* 



MINNIE WILLIAMS. 

rttOmSBIOWALLT KNOWN AS -LnTIJI 
trMIllNIB.'-Tbl. jamah arAtoo. wiu tb. 
Loadoo oiAr (Imaai. taat ba.rd of io to. Baa. 
Indie,. I. ImplorAO to .nl* to bar motb.r la Boot 
FrmDOi.co. OAllforaiA. TbAA'rta.1 raoraAMArA ra. 
Q1.M A. BAAkA A OOU of UllA. . tAO-tl 







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~3F»X C5- AR O •" 

-SM J0TTB5AL OP AMOBEMEHTB. 
p-abUshsd evsry Day m the Ysar by 
I>. BOQABDUB 



I Merchant and SB* Washington •>». 

Below Montgomery. 8*n FTsnclsesv 



^VEDNEH DAY JULY 15, 1874 

Miss -Wilson. 

A correspondent of the Boston Courier 
peaking of 80sn3aU Bays : Tbia concerns 
that beautiful lady and charming actresB. 
Miss Lilian Adelaide Neilson (Mrs. Philip 
Lee). A paragraphia going the rounds to 
tbe effect that as English oouple named 
Birch have lately -been before tbe divorce 
court— the wife alleging that ber husband 
bad been too intimate with tbe bands9me* 
.Juliet-and that there must be something 
in the case, as the judge bail graawd a d. - 
cree nisi. It is only due to a lady whose 
private reputtticn his never before been as* 
sailed, to say tbat tbia paragraph dots htr 
great injustice. The decree was granted on 
proof of Mr. Birch's infidelity with a no- 
torious woman of Manchester; and the only 
report of tbe case which I have seen in an 
English newspaper expressly states that 
there was no evidence to criminate Misb 
Neilson, and that her ewnee ion with tbe 
affair was to be attributed solely to the jeal- 

oasy of Mrs. Birch. 

* ■■ ■ 

New York Males. 

A New York paper tells the following 
story : There's a man on the upper end of 
Manhattan Island who takes great pride in 
the accuracy with which his mule can kiok 
with its left bind leg. Last Thursday, while 
he was fixing something about the mule's 
.harness, the sagacious animal turned to 
look at what was going on. He ju?t beheld 
a fly light on his owner's nose. From ex- 
orience he knew that a fly is very annoy- 
ing, fo be determined to brush away that 
fly. He raised bis left hind leg, and let it 
fly. Tbe fly was crushed away. So, also, 
was two-'hird'a of bis master's nose. Not- 
withstanding this little inaccuracy of aim 
the owner has still c nfidtnee in his male's 
proficiency, and is teady to bet that his mule 
Oan kick an apple off the head of any man 
or boy who will take tbe chances. "That 
era male," said tbe admiring owner, " is a 
sort of William Tell in his way." So little 
of the patriotic spirit exists on the upper 
end of this island that no man or boy has 
stepped forward and offered to try the mul»'« 
aocuracy as an apple hitter. 

-». 

A Peaceful Place. 

We are glad to Isarn that there is one oity 
in this country where it isn't safe to learn 
to play on musical instruments. After the 
third or fourth evening's mangling of music 
the aspiring youth is iovit?d to stray by the 
river bank, and tbe next thing seen of him 
tbe coroner is pulling bis body oat lor an in- 
quest. 

Tbe progress of Kansas City is accounted 

for by this fact. 

-» 

Grand Opening .. .- 

The Oentre Market will be open for bue : - 
neas to-morrow (Thursday) mcroiog. The 
Stalls up to No. 93 are all taken, and a - 
ready 90 built. There will be a grand ilia- 
snioatioa Thursday, Friday and Saturday 
evenings. The public are invited to attend. 



Tbe Veidict. 

Half of tbe bett-dressed gentlemen in this 
city would say, if asked the ojaeBtioa where 
tbey had their clothes made, that the; went to 
Baloan k Btonda, No. 513 Washington Btreet. 
and would also advise yoa to go there if yon 
wanted a per feet- fitting salt made in the latest 
Style, from either imported or domestta goods, 
at the lowest price eompattble with i good 
garment, ■ 6 m 

Great Bargalnft in Clothing: 

The oolj store la the city that baa the largest 
cheapest and finest eflsortnatato' Men's and Bora 
Clothing, ta H, Peyser's Montgomery Annu 
Clothing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington and Jackson. Alio, • large assort- 
ment of Men's end Boys' Orereoata and Cloaks, 
and the finest stock of Gents* Famishing Goods, 
-* .Trunks. Valisei.oto. 2-x 



dS 



FreS and. Eaay. 

A Vocal and Iattrnmental Concert will be 
given every Wedmsd ay and Saturday evening, 

At '-'S3 Market street, opposite Kearny. The boat 
of talent will oe preoew. Everybody is Invited 
to attend and will receive good cheer and cor- 



dial treatment. 



4p 

sV Pleasant ijocatton, 

Persona desiring comfortable lodgings in s 
Central location, should visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne building is a verv fine one and Is well 
lighted and vestll»ted. 



A. Sensible Paper. 

One of oor best Interior exchanges is tbe 
Grass Valley Cnion. There is no Bunebj- 
ism about it On the eutject of "sopping 
papers" it sayr: Thej have a new way of 
running newepapsrs in 8an Fraocisoo. In 
that town whtn a man btc^mes asubscrlbr r 
to one or the sensational journals tbf-y print 
bis namo in tbe paper. He is put upon a 
Boit of roll of honor. All that was well 
enough, and if a person did not object to be 
known as a subscriber to such papers no 
harm was done. But the times changed 
and men changed with them. Subscribers 
began to fall off instead of accumulate, and 
the sensational papers began lo publish the 
list of those who ordered tbe paper sopped. 
In some instances lengthy denunciations of 
piomineot persoDB who ordtr a paper 
stopped are indulged in. For the credit of 
tbe business of publishing snd of the pro- 
fession of Journalism we hope the custom of 
publishing; subscribers names, or the names 
of those who stop a newspaper will not be- 
come general! A man has a right to take 
a newspaper and not be published for the 
act, and he has a right to stop one whenevtr 
be pays up and pleases, and a publisher has 
no busioees to question motives in either 
• ise. 



A Hard Hit. 

The Grass Valley TJnion tells tbe follow- 
ing story : A iri&nd of ours, residing in 
this town, is a great lover of music, and he 
is inclined witbal to be sentimental at times. 
He was np at Nevada city, a few days ago, 
while tbe German band was playing to the 
people there. Tbe band discoursed several 
tunes to a knot of listeners among whom 
was our friend. Tbey all applauded a piece 
played, and our Grass Valley friend went 
farther than applause. He made a chunk 
of a speech to tbe boys. He said that was 
one of tbe sweetest pieces of music be bad 
ever heard. The time was perfect and tbe 
caienoe was exquisite. He wound up by 
remarking: "the fact ib, gentlemen, I never 
hear 'Home, Sweet Home,' played without 
feeling like shedding tears." Oar friend 
wiped a little moisture out of his eye with 

corner of his handkerchief. But his au- 
ditors did not get sympathetic, bat buret oat 
into a )aagb. The band has been playing 
tbe "Last Rose of Sunshine." We give no 
name, but. suggest that Pope has a" wooden 
overcoat ready for tbe man who asks him 
about the difference between Home Sweet 
Home and that belated rose of Summer 
time. 



Amusements In San Jos*. 

The San Jobs Tribune in its notice of a 
theatrical performance at the Ban Jose The- 
atre last week said: 

The "Gctoroen went off smoothly though 
several of the performers seemed to lack 
spirit, pr ibably because of the adverse cir- 
cumstances under which th»y were laboring. 

"We can't imagine a play with such a title 
goiDg off "smoothly" under any oircum- 

staoces. 

,» — — - 

Insane. 

Mr. Edgar Basoom was taken to the In- 
sane Asylum at Hartford, recency just three 
months from the day his son Joseph par 
chased a fiddle. And a resident of San 
Francisco was ordered taken to a similar 
place at Stockton tbe morning after her 
marriage— so no more fiddles, no more mar- 
riages. 



The Youn.fr Blam from the East, 
".I'm a stranger In this city, 
I'm lately irom the East, 
And mighty fond of oysters ; - 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all the rest&arants, 
But nowhere could I nud, 
A plate ef Eastern oyetere, 
Of the old-fashioned kjnd.",' 

";Well, I can tell yon," said his friend,; 
' "Exactly where to ho, 
And where to get yonr oysters, 
Direct lrom There tbey grow. 
Just take a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 419. opposite the Market, 
You'll eee a sign, 'TBE SADDLE BOOK, 
Ton can't fall to remark It, 

" Emerson Oorville beeps the place, 
Tbe beat saloon In town. 
There yon can get yocr orders raw, 
Or fried so crlep arid tyrown, '■» 
He's tbe largest oyster dealer 
' On the Pacific Coast, 

And that he Seeps the freshest 
Ha* ever been his boast, 

" He's got nice little private rooms. 
Where yon oaa sit at ease. 
And eat yonr California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
Ail the yoong men of fuBhion go 
xtfgnt to tbe SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTERN OT8TEB8; 
And drink their Rhenish hook." 



Ni'ason In London. 

Although it may seem somewhat ungra- 
cious, I am eorry I cauoot uuree rf-.dly 
join in this otherwise universal cry of ; raise. 
"Marguerite" is N. Icon's best part, and by 
It she would probably tl.ct to be judged. 
To say, however, that sbo is the beat repre- 
sentative if the role, is &bsa?d; ber voice is 
not by any means to be compare! with that 
of Madame Patti or Mile. Titlens; it is not 
so full, luscious or powerful; and, in fact, 
w.-re it not for h>r charming race and fig- 
ure, her graceful department ard powerful 
acting, Midatoe NiUson would probably be 
classed among the reoend order of operatic 
vocalists. Her acting is now, if anything, 
over elaborated; she Is not theNiletoo of 
yore, remarkable for anaffectsdoess, refine- 
ment, and simplicity; Bhe is a woman using 
every elaborate device possible, for the sake 
of what is called in polite society, "height- 
ening the effect," bat which in theatrical 
parlanoe would be known as "piling np the 
agony," and who sacrifices simplicity for 
elaboration, and nnaffectedness for a crav- 
ing after artificial "point?.' 1 Wbatelse, for 
iostance, could be the reason for the stroDg 
tremolo in the last eight bars of "Tardi ei 
fa," aod the undue demons trativeness in tbe 
"jewel" song, but an artificial device to 
heighten tbe effect or "pile on tbe agony?" 
Nilsson's dress, in tbe garden scene, too, 
should be altered ; a steel chatelaine with its 
pendant of sciBsors, poniards, knives, &c, 
encased in leather of the latest Paris fash- 
ion, being absurd for the simpleminded 
Gretchen. lam the more eager to point 
out these defects, as the impersonation of 
Madame Nilason is one far above tbe com- 
mon; her voiee (always excepting the un- 
rivalled mezzo-vooe) U not of first-rate 
qn&li y, but her histrionic powers are great 
indeed.— .Figaro. 



How I M&de s».!*o. 

By baying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J, A. Shaber & Co., 707 Markets reat, two doors 
from Third. They sell Furniture 20 per cant 
cheaper taan any other dealers, I tried tbem 
ah. 12-x 



IfTQU 

Feel the need otphotphorus {nerve food), t.Vte 
a 00QIS3 of eei-wat r batbs at the Sanlttrlam 
foot of Powell st ett, North Beach. Exclusive 
department and lady attendant for ladles. Fire 
tickets for $1. l 6 Q 

Madame Olara Antonta, de Paris, Business 
■and M a l Clairvoyant and Independent 
■Trance - -dium, 134)4 Post Btreet, near Da- 
pout. Correct dlagnoE la and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations In 
French, German and English. 6o 



From ore tooth to a full npper Bet. lrom $5 
to $20. Filling reasonable. By Dr. CroweiLD. 
D. S., No. SO Kearny ttreet, near Market. 2-j 



Or* X>oliex-ty 

Has devoted nls study more particularly to 
soronlo and speoiflo praotlce, and as suoh Is 
uow the most successful ot any Physician In 
San Franc*eco, Office 619 Saoramento street, 
corner of Leldeadorfl, a lew doora below What 
Oheer Hoif* * 

Fine Wat en <*s 

The best goods at the lowest prices, at H. A. 

Calender's, cornel of Second and Mission. A 
ace assortment of chains, jewelry, etc. Call- 
and exixntne, 6>r 



MetUoel Wonder 

Cures rhensoatism, billions pains, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches and pains . All Drug 

gists keep It. 8-b 

• 

McDowell, 8Uow Card Writer 

Beady made and n* a a ■ to order. Boom 10 

808 Market street, oor. Post *b£ Montgomery o 



TJsx Uanctkq's Salad Dbxbsxho — best and 
obeapeet In town— at Oyster House 672 Howard 
street, near Third. 5 k 



What Cheer Launflrv, 
131 Jjeldesdorff (treat, near Sacnmento. * 



Deop ih akd saa Trrrntx anb Galk ax 
tbe Opera House Bar, adjoining $he Opera 
House, line Wines, Liquors and Oxgall. 2 w. 



New Furnlshina: Goods. 
Chetp, st tbe What Obe*r Laundry. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PUBLICJSIOTICE. 

CENTRE MARKET. 

Sutter and Dupont Sts. 

THIS MARKET WILL OPEN 

for business 
THURSDAY, July 16th, 1874, 

And will be Illuminated Thurs- 
day, Friday and Saturday Even- 
ings. C. R PETERS. 



CITY AND COUNTY 

TAXES. 



NOTICE IS HEREBY GITEN 

That » certified copy of the Per- 
■oaal Property AiieiimeDt JXo.ll of the 
City land County of 8aa Fmnclico far 
the Fiscal Tear, 1871-1875, has this 
day been placed la Bay bands for eollce 
tlon, and Taxes thereon are now dee 
and payable, 

Taxes remaining- an pa Id alter Monday, 
the Third day of Angnit next, will be 
delinquent and Five per cent, added 
thereto. 

A- AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector, 
City and County San Francisco. 

jrl4-tan3 




SPECIAL NOTICE. 
JR.. XaXXSNTDXlS 

HIS REMOVED FIOM THE "RED LIOH" 
Saloon, No. 1© Geary etreot, to tne "Sootia" 

DIIOOQ. 

No. 33 Sacramento Street, 
Whioh will hereafter be better known as tbe 

"Lion and Unicorn!" 

The "Old Sport" 

oeivs bin former t __. . _ _ . 

tbe beit brands of Winea snd Lqoora. Also ex- 
hibit a fl^e ooll notion o( Sporting Pi otnrea. 

S9-FREB AND KASV ever* Wi doeeday and 

Sutnrdaj Night. Obatr will be taken st 8 o'oleok. 

j*7-ti 



A C?-£a.Xt.X>. 



gnged for many years giving Musical Iastrno- 
tion on tbe Pianoforte. Harp and Singing, la the 
most dlstiEgaished families ot Europe, India. 
Australia and Japan, begs to announce his inten- 
tion of receding a limited oanb?r of pap t Is dnr- 



the Hxtd under Boobsa. aod Siogiag with Ferrari 
and T. Welsh; he has had tbe honor of produoiac 
b greetftr number of brilliant and accomplished 
pnpil - than falls to the lot of moit Masters- Ar- 






SIXTH EXHIBITION. 

San Francisco Art Association 

NO. 81£ PINS STB-EKT. 

THft GALLERY IS NOW OPEN 

To tb* t>abl<o. Tbf eolleotlon Isoladee a la*ge 
nocabarof Faiotirgi b* Loos) Artists sod Oema 
from leaoing priTate ooUeotfona. 

AN EXQUISITE SYLVAN SCENE, 

Br H. C. kWKKOEK, 

Whlohii JD.Uri.ff.rded aioneof the flofatland- 
BO.p.1 Ib.t ...r o.tns to tbil oonncry. 

H. (ALIXTIN'S 

CHAPEL BY THE LAKE1 

KEITH'S DUMT PAISTINS, 

THE CALIFORNIA ALPS! 

F.KPIKTll'S 

^a-na DH.OMEDA : 

Call. SiBjL'8 

INDIAN LIFE IN CALIFORNIA! 

Two Bo. C.tll. p,.oe. 07 T ROY ON >id BOBBB 
—and nnmerooB otb.r gra.t wotlu. 

Adtnl.slon .« Mfi Cent. 

Catalogues, 25 Cent.. 

vy- n d»d d.il7 from 10 a. M . to S p. M ., end from 
7 to 10 P.M. jfU-lw 



TO LET. 

PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 



Corner of New Mon'somery and 
. Allsslun sticeit, 



B T THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT 'SEASONABLE BATES, FOB 

Concerts, Lectures or Mass 
Meetings, 

This Magnificent Building haa Seating Aocom- 
moflaiioa for 

3,000 PERSONS. 

And is so constructed that, every person in the 
Aadllorlam oaa ee *nd bear. 

For particulars applj to 

• . . . 

BHEBIDAH CORUTTN A CO , 

COO JbtoatBomerj Street, 

je2) Boon 9. 



VALLEJ0, BENICIA, HARTINEZ, 
NEW YORK AND ANTIOCH. 



ON AND AFTER SATURDAY. 
U.7 iOU), U7i. d.ili (30nd«7. .1- 
ootttaoj, t&. B...m.r 

PARTHENIUS, 

CAPTAIN BTOWBLL 

Lears Going Up. Artire, Golns; Down. 

Sin Fraocisoo.. .3:10 P. M. Arrive 10:30 A.M. 

VolU jo.... about 6:15 P. M About .S:V> A. M. 

B Dicia....aboat 6 .45 P. H. About 8:15 A. H. 

M.rtiO'S. about 6:- <> P. H. About 8^'D A. M. 

N Y- L>ndm«"7:4lf. M. Abont ... 6:55 A.M. 

Actiooh..Anirs 8:0b P. H. Lears at. .. .tt:30 A. M. 



Ennrsioniita viiitiog Monnt Diablo will find 
tbia the moat pl'.'»*ant route, bv war of MARTI- 
fli'Z, eooneoting wild BKNNKT'.S LINE OF 
^TAGE^. PHILIP CADlt, 

jyll-tf 51S Hon tiro an cry Street 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

OSS California Street* Corner of Webb, 

Ii»OR THE HALF TEAR ENDING WITH 

C Jane 30. 1874. noiridend b&i been declared at 
the rare of nioe (9) per centner annum on Term 
Deposits and seriiu aod one-half (Tit) per oent on 
Ordinary Deposit*. fr«A of FedetsL tiX, parable 
on and a'tsr julj 13. 871. 

Br order, LOVELL WHITE, 

j,G-lm. Oaebisr, 



ODD FELLOWS^SAVINGS BANK 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



THS BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ODD 
Fellows' Sstiosb Bs->k bsv-j deola- d a dividend at 
ins rate of nioe at>d on»--»ntb (9 1-10) per cent, 
per an' in on PERMANENT DEPOSITS, And st 
the rate of seven and tbraa-tenthx (7 3-10) per oent 
parannnmoQ MHURT DB o 0Sr<'8. for -be aemf- 
so&nal term ending Jane 33. 1874, parable on snd 
aftor the 20th lost. 

JAMES BWNSON, Saoreiary. 

San Franolsoo, July IS, 1874. j ?i4-2w ' 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

OT THE 

German Savings & Loan Society. 



THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE G«E- 
niD Sanaa's and Loan Sooietv have d«olared 
the dividend for tbe first balf-*ear 1374 ending tbia 
date, at tbSTS*-«of eigbt and two-flttne oe>- cent, 
(5 2 5 percent.) p*r sun am on Term Depon's and 
seven oer oeot. (7 p*rooot.) perannnmon Ordin- 
ary Deposits, free of Federal t*z, parable on and 
after tbe 15th day of Jnlr Hv order, 
jr6-tl5 GOE. LH-TrE. Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Savings and loan 



No. 518 



Society. 

CALIFORNIA 



8TBEET, 



Guarantee Capital, $300,000 

THE DIRECTORS OF THE ABOVE SOOIETY 
bav<> denlared » dividend ef nine and slx- 
tenths (9 6-10) p.-r oent. per annum on Term D»- 
poiite, and i ijbt (8) per oeot, p"r annum on Ordi- 
nary Deposits, for tbe term ending J ne 30,1874; 
free from Federsl tax, and pa able on and alter 

Jnl-6, 1874. By nrd-r. „ 

jj6-lm. D. B. OHI5HOLM, Peoretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS A1TD LOAK SOCIETY. 

•IV OLAT STREET. 

ATA MEETING OF THE BO%.RD OF 111- 
reotora beld July 7. 1874. a dividend w*- de- 
clared for tbes.xmentna ending Jnnt > 30, 1874, at 
thereto sf Hi«bt snd Two-fifths (B Ml per was 
per «cnnm on .11 dspoi.t'. fr-e of Federal T«. 
»»■ abison andafo' Jolr 14.1374- 
j'lMa OYRDS W. O ABM ANT.Caabi.r. 



hemovj 



iMiii-" ' 



RECREATION. 



GH-an<3 Buooesa 



SUNDAY EXCURSIONS! 

Hnudredfl Aval log themselves of the Gi 

Iodoc-ments Offered by the 8. F. i N. P. 

R. R. '. to mabP one of the molt de- 

luh'.fal trip? In tbe osuotry, which. 

Istarf nx v - tbebeaatlfnl Sonoma 

and Russian River YallevB. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN FARES; 
Sunday Excursion Tickets toil 

SOIABUE, 

PtTAl.tHl 

nr.iiiiiniBfi, 

SANTA BOB A. 

eeitiBTiLLi, 

CLOTIB1ULI, 

QETSEBI II 

THE 8. P. »KD K. P. R. B. Or>„ AT TH1 
iatDp,.t .rolicif-vtiu. r '! it« PAtrooe, .. well u 
tb, public (tenerallj, b.vemad^s great redaotio, < 
ig their regal.rr.tefl, a. kd iDdQveni.at to Ezoqt. I 
•loniete tn mske tbe moet dclsbtfnl. and, witbti il 
tbe most Dictureqoe eod MeitiEig trip to tfc.il 
Gre.t Natarel Wonder of this Oaset, 

THE CREAT CEYSERS1 

Vis Oloverdale, retnrnlog via Oalistoia, 

The Petrified Porest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs, 

All renowned Planes of resort for dIo satire 

■eekexe . S. F . A N. P R. K. Co. 

cooneote at Uloveriale with 

VAN ARNAM 4. KENNEDY'S STA8E LINE, 



By this route yon enjoy a doable plasenre trip; 
a beaut'fol trio on the riay on the •Usmer ANTlU 
LOPb, to Donahue Laad'.nR, isri then by the oan 
throngn ibe moat beaatita! and-ierttle vnlloys on 
tbe Oeast, 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For lh«. Rn-tid Tri.Mio^d till the following 
MONDAY MORN1AG, at tbe fol- 
lowing rates : 

To Petarivtne. nad Hna h 91 fit 

To Nanta Ko>u and Rvlorn 3 0* 

To Henldsbnrp; nnd K- turn « •• 

To Oloverilttle end Ketura AM 

To SkufgV Kprlogs nud ttrtnrn,., O M 
Roand Trip Tickets to the Gey- 
•era nad rrinrn, vi > Cloverdale 

(Good tt* October Ulii) IS 5t 

Geysers t»s\d return, Tin Calle- 

to*» 1* 40 

To the Oeyitr. Direct 6 7fi 

Oeyeers* via Cloverdule to Oftlls- 
tofi., to tb« fetrlfled Forest 
and return to this city (Good lo 

October 31*1). 1« fO 

Roano ttlp tickets to the Gsyeers good for lb* 
season 187s 

THE dTEAMEB 

ANTSLOPI 
Leaves dailj (.Snndaye expeoted) from t>so Vraa* 
Cisco at 2:30 p. M , f rum r'.ont. Street Wnarf. Oa 
anndaTB at S A. M. KmnrniotT, arrlvos in 8sn 
FranoisooSou'iav eveai: g, st 7 o'clock. Tioket* 
on board tbe steamer, 

« . H. GERDES. 
Oen. Pass, snd Ticket Agent. 
A. A. BEA.N. Bno't, 

GEKKBAL OFFICE, 
r*a21-if 4*e HbntKomers Street. 

DAILY LINE. 



h 




ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1874. THE TJrT> 
derelgned will ran his regular line of llx-bom I 
Concord Uoaohea between 

Cilroy and Cilroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Connecting with daily trsins both North snd Sooth 

Having rsn this line for two years wltbonlsD 
aoeidem oooonog, oe ie oonadeot he osn oontiOU 
the same witb safctv to tbe pobifo. 

Tbrongb Tiok»t,s to thtt Sidings from San FrsV 
oieoo and sll required Information may be bads* 
SOS Montgomery Street, and at the Bst 

Jose Hallroiid Depot, San Francises. 

Private oor.v^jsnoe forniebed by letter or Ufa) 
graph. Alflroafl 

A.- II. VK'F.R. Gllroy, | 
P. O. Box 99, or by W. F. 4 OS. 

Bay yonr Throtuh Tiokets and never be delayed 
on the road. spMf 



1 



S. F. and J8, P. H. E. Co. 

ON AND AFtKR APRIL 13, 1874, THI 
Steamer ANTELOPF, Oapt Galioway, coo- 
neotiog st Donabn- 1 Ltroiog with the cars for 
Clovrdsl* aid int.-rii. di*te etstiona will lean 
Knn Fra'joisus. du.il' from Front Strsst Wbarl st 
SiSOo'otook. KetnrniOB 1 will leave Oloverdsle at 
6 A. M. connecting ot Donabne Landing wito 
steamer, and arriving in Ssa Franolsoo st 11 A M. 
8CNDAK IXl't UNIONS. 
Tbe siesmer A^TELO: E will ltsve Front rtrMt 
wharf every tSnnday morning, at S o'clock, con- 
necting at Dooabne with oara for Pet alums. 
Santa Ross, rlealdshnrg, uloverdale. RetnrnlDH, 
the train leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'cloek. P. M., 
oonneoMoft with s taner, arrivlcg at San Francis- 
co st 1 o'clock. EiL-n -inn tickets at redncea 
rstes. O-FiioweiHiOH made with s'agee lor Sonoma, 
Ckiab. Mei-dooinoand Oleir Lnke. 

Nofroigh'fao b- recvtrl alter 2 o'clock P. It 
For farther iof*rnntion apply at Oompaoy'l 
office, 480 Montgomery t-net. 

P. DONAHUE, President. 
F H. GKKBE8 . 
»pM-tf General Passer per and Ticket Agent. 



(T R A D K MARK.) 




, 



CATARRH 



■EC ES 3VE E! T3 Y ! j ° 

IT NEVER FAILS TO CUHE. 
For Sale Ererywhere. {! 
CRANE & BRICHAM, 

WHOLSSALE AGEHT8. JeS-t 



OATELT HAS KRMBVED FROM <fj£> fif\f\ W.oted • ,)««» M to.elt Ml. »bo.. 



mmjmmmMjjm ^ 




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BAM IRABOIBOO. WtDltlDAl, JOLT IV 1B"U. 



v.l. XIX 



OVERLAND, hOUSt 

lilt RETT ..J c I I >MIT 

FurnUhtMi 
t in tbi 

< WITH i.R WITH. 

Open all Hi,. 

J. E. Slinhct, 



ALACE AMPHITHEATRE. MAGUIRB'S 

MamMMMnata • BBi B*aB •»«■->.. 

aVaBBBBBBB* •«••«'«•« 



THIATRI. 



rairroa 



r»«.oiv 



uivobi: 



UOOBI! 



ijFlrliig Wonder 

kimu: 



a* YAK'tM 



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•«ka«5| 



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*4 Ian i 

I, 111 



i.itci.v I 

IMhM B— 
IlllftWI. W 

OmiMI Ml 

um 



tOLTUM CANNON ACT. 

yob OBXY 

I Three Nights and One Matinee ! 
; Friday, 



Saturday & Sunday, 



July 17th, 18th and 19th, 
Jll 018J .„, „ 



lull 

iuuii 

*»!:* .u 

INI 10. t* 
Utt'if rr-« t 
l.«V*« Hi 

mm, 

lipMlWa 

"lini 



MiaU.HU auir.tiLir, 



■ irit ... irian cuai, 
AKD the 

^San Francisco Minstrels 

* 

I m a .<». 



NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT! 



HISS JEFFREYS LEWIS 



GREAT STAR COMPANY 

,-g » TT l>or"IOAOLT-« !*■«•«» »*l r«w.tf':l M-lolrtBil, TUE 

ROSE PI ELDING Miss JEFFREYS LEWIS 



«.R Blc'lUm VAUOHAK. 

i.o«i riai.DiNn 

mas utn< 

OOL. WaPbBUK 

mniiu.... 

AUGUSTUS 

ARTHIR 

FURGUB 

LYRX... 

WAITER I 

oaoaoa ....I 

Joseph 

lucy tait.hah 

Mao „ 

LADY APALRY 

GBOBOtAKA 



TKT PHEPAHATION, 



A BEIIMANI 00: 



OHARI.KI EDUOKD* 

EDWARD ARHulT 

A. D. BU.URG8 

PRANK REA 

.OEOROI OIODENS 

JOHR HUWfON 

F. OLEAVRi 

B. KELLY 

J. HURST 

J. FEKRI-Y 

F. SUMMERS 

T. UcISAAOS 

.MISS KATE BROWRINO 

MISS MARY WELLS 

MISS FRANK BEA 

MISS ST. JOHN 



• 



attractive; novelties 

"V^ill be Sliortly Freaented In H.*xj3i<a. Suooeaalon. 

Dna Hollo, will M glTAO of th. FIRST AFFEABAROE of 

MR. CHARLES WHEATLEIGH ! ! 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETY 

THBATnn. 

R.w mww Inn, «*4 P1«« hi ii av 

STBRTLINC DEVELOPMENTS I 

At 

1I1CK.LKAS TO-N.G1IT1 

we 



Reign Supreme 

.AT 



Still 

THE GREAT EI POM I'* OF Fl N ! 

OimI had '4 it- on > ., 

JOHNNY TUERS. 



THM KVEWIWO JOLT 15 

Tb* Trnbi, wiu ovania wna s 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND Fill 

riotrtlM wit. lb. TA11IF.TT WALK AEOOEB. 



oiiio. 

Owli" 0-tt~lr. 



OL.ATVEJeiEJL. 

Jehaa* Tnere AW.. Harry Devef 

»••» aaal »■■«• 14a rick 

»*'»' ■*■' la, ...a, Inl 

I'oBhl. ZlBK.r*lla\ at..** Tlaieeat a.** «...»><> M r -w*>r 
B»tlad H»IHb> l.«r«rrtai 

V?"* .« Johanay *-■*■>• 

VoMl Ofaii ' rrl. Willi. 

Moutva raalfci Mm1» Warr- I aad Mil... Hr*Mrkte 



DENTIST'S SHOP. 

Harry Devoy And J->baiy Prtea 

N#>r|r,.«-oaailr Hoaaj fa,* May 



JOSNN' 



Nona .. . 

Mrdler Utii 

*nn( 



TTJBIlaV. 

Knlle Boa 

l**a ri-k 

..Mallle L>r«rrtil 



MORTIMOHm. 



.afaeajla Rnw#r 
...Hlie Blanch a 
....Carrie WUrte 



THE FELLOW THAT LOOKS LIKE ME. 



Mr*. (Ira*.. 

Mr. Gn.t 

tQ[ld (tUrVaOt) 



. M'M Miciti Breaer 

...Frank Hortlmor* 
lobno, Priaa 



r*BQl* DaiCf... 

Ralltwl 

Mart 

raplpe 



Hr.« Vlacrat 

Mil-, nianeka 

..Carrie Willi* >■- Ida Fi*ai 
aUISBle Worrel 



STRUCK OIL. 

Mortimort D«T07 And.. 



Will Shortly Appear, 
JOHN KBL.DOG, 

PHKM OP ABHIMION 
FArqoette. t* eeaUl Bin 81 50 and f: t 



roy Hot J 



rings, 



Ale and Porter. 

DEPOT. SSI MARKET 8T&XKT, 
tflBliriBLti A ROIENFI. 



Try SOUTHERN PAOIfltJ GYSflR BOISE, 

-w-.a|». Opbd Day aod NiRht. Ladl**' Department. Obops and everything in market served to order. 

•aL tfa i •aamer eUree., oaf Kearny between Calif oral* and Flue 



1E> &.JOL 

Roast 



W. H. SCHNEIDER, 
G-TTJxrsTi/LiTja:. 

No. B8 Oeorj Strict, 



No.r KlArkeb Aod Kesrny ntr.pt., SAn FrtsotAoo. 

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PACIFIC 

IIiAlV REPORTEB 

I88UED EVERY TUESDAY. 

bow y 

FOURTH IEAB OF PUBLICATION. 












UU .W ,IOHT 

< bat mbaiDO'i «<«7(I 

T 'vQa9BwL 




ublishes All the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



out 

ly Legal Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



KT BLAVB BICEITEB HE OOBtBIAI. IKIIOKU. 

burt or -in rBtiiiiiii am a 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL UWYER. 



Only Authorized Agents on this Coast 

FOB THE OELKDBATED 

"GrandDuke Alexis Ties" 

■MM* •*•... .ABD THE.... 

"ALLI8AT0R TIES" and "GAITERS," 

THE MOBT OOUrOBTABLE. 
Durable and Fashionable Shoes In Town. 




1L. AJE\ C^TE1_&£L.JLm-E2. 
$40,000 OO 



WORTH OF 



ALSO O^^EJD LARGHST, 

Cheapest and Best Selected Stock 

....or.... 

Genu', Ladies', Kiaaea' and Infant's 

BOOTS and SHOES 



CLOTHING! 

AMD 

FURNISHING GOODS ! 



Will bo Mid immediately to m,keroom for FALL STOOE 
now on the we*. 

Harris' Cass Suits 



JUST HHOHIVBD 

300 Scotch Suits, 



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CO 
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200 AMERICAN CA.SS SUITSI J 

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14AKLANO DISTRIBUTING AGENCY 

TAYLOR A; CO., 

Bill and Card Distributors 

rOE OAKLAND ».d VKIMTK, 

Will fAltblnllr BAbe dlAttlbotion, of 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

Aod .TUT dMfirlotion of 

3E*rlJito<a. Bdi.tJor 

At moat Ru,0OAbl« r.tAS. 
TAYLOR <B OO. DISTRIBUTH 

"FIOAH.O" 

In Oakland every day, end ere to be leljed opon. 



400 BLUE BEAVER SUITS, 



French Ciaattmere Suit*, and rnrniiblng Oaoodi to oirree- 
jond, at the dothlog Hoaee of 

E. C. PAKE & CO. 



8 



THE OLD 

Hot sooton, 

Ho. a [formerly IE) M'.rloN Wtr 

a Uuor. Iron Kt.rm, 

Ail X>r-iiAks Tea Cents 

Hot Drinks a specialty. 

THE BEST TO! AND JERR" III TOWN. 



'Weakly, Frank Leille'e, Dar'e Do'nt". Pt «■ «j"- 
zatte, all tb« Gallforoia peoerB. a) o -<e iiODdoa 
f'onob. Boll'a Life, lllaarated Louden Neve. Cell 
aod latitty yonraelt. 

aaV- Don't forcet tbe sign of the Hot Scotch. 

jeI3-tf W. o. VfAl-DHOls. Proprietor. 



JOHN MoCARROW, 

HORSESHOEKand FARRIER 

A JO THIRD BTREET. OORDBR PKRRV 
4J.O Warrante to oare loterfariet or Over- 
reaching- Ooma and Broiaee will receive promp 
ateaDttea. 
Bav- SatteiaeUoa trivea la ell oaaee. 



CANDIEe. 

* ix Ptnw.QE the rnnrer oaitoy 



-*B JOPB SoX OF AMP SBKKJTfl. 

— 4r — 

eas M%r«i«t H J «»« le/swhiwrton .to. 

B,low Moota-omary. B" Tranclaoo. 



WEDNESDAY V JXJLY 15, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. * 

Cillfornlt Ttiesure. ' 

There waaac*i)it»l nonee leat nitntlo witneie 
the drat eppea-anco thi. eeaion ol Mr. Sotbero ia 
thscOars«t*r c( ft»m is the pley of that Dimo. 

10 tHi opinion of many Mr. Sothern it. lo tnis 
r»r(, even more amoving tban ia that of Dun- 
drowj. Th« oheracter iteelf la a mors poiaibls 
oop. Hon. 8am Sllngebi Bight exist ; Lord Djs- 
dre»') '■ a oomtoelte cbiiac'.er which bsars no 
r#»«oib'«DC« hi whole to any liTing cainc- S«" 
wu excellently wall pleied leat night. Mr. Solb- 
emio the UUa rule, censed mnoh atnmemf nt nod 
drew ihonu of taaghier and aoplaase. Robert 
Paterae- gave an exoellent teocitioo cf tbe part 
.of Mr.Tnmbaab.eud waa thoroughly epprecie'-ed 
br iko andiTDoe, (wbilerer tb. "orkioe" of the 
preas, who aeem to prefer stager low comedy to 
bread (an. mar hire ihoogh. of it ) Henry Ed- 
wards as Mr. Jooathan Bnmbelow was capital^ 
Mite Elii Wilton at Mre. Trimboah did lOme Tery 
pleaetogajliog, endMieaMlnoii Walton as Alice 
was perfreilf ch irming. "Sam" will be played to- 
night tor tba laat time- To-morrow night "Oar 
Amnrloin Con-in" will be retired, and Mr. Bolt- 
ers will ooofl ado hie engagement in ibernoatf.- 
naocsesdmest popn'arofell hi. impersonations— 
Lord Dondreary. 

Opera House. 

The programme presented at this plaoe of im«»- 
men t can soaroely be inrpcit ed- la tbe first part. 
Cotton and Arlington on tb« ends keep the home 
e,||*e with mirtb, ana J. G. RnsaeU. W. F. Baker 
*adO. W. Harley eopplydeUcLoosmolody. After 
fcbia Welob eed Rloe appear in tkfir original act 
"Off for Amend." Arlington delivers hia famona 
oration on Woman S off race. Bobby Newoombmc- 
oears ia hie original sons asd dmoe ''Pretty Litt !• 

11 inn ie," aid tbe performance oooolndes wttb th. 
oamioskeubeoiiiled' Wee too the Prdsitrina," in 
which Billy Sweainam. Billy Welob, Charles Bead. 
Oon. T. Mnrpbr and others appear. 

■ agniro'tf New Theatre. 

Mies Jeffreys Lavishes aoblaTed a decided anc- 
ooss at tbla honea. Her great persona] beanly, 
renins and adrsi able style of acting render ber a 
general favorite. "Tbe Willow Copse" was per- 
formed last night in a manner wbioh afforded 
mnob pleature to tbe andienoe, and It will be pre- 
a*ot.*(l agaia ta-nigbt, 
Spanish Dramatic Performance. 

Tbe Leqae Spanish Dramatio Company will lira 
a performance at the California Theatre on Sao- 
dar evening. The entertainment will eoaiiit r ( 
"Cabino da Tom" CUacle Tom's Oabli/ ) and the 
afterpiece of "boa ParbaUl.lt-*. * 
*Ttae lu Li Sensation 

Tbe Palaoe Amphitheatre wiU open on Friday 
night with this startling act, which consists of 
projecting a yonoc lady from tbe gronnd With tbe 
apeed of ao arrow thirty feet ia theair. The act 
hat oreatad aa immense sensation wherever It has 
been done, both ia Europe and in tbe fait. Tbe 
floltnm ©jnooa act, catching a real cannon ball 
fired from a bowl xer.andalsoa minstrel and va- 
riety Interlnde will be gives in addition tolbe 
-treat La La Sensetioo. Thrilling at the sot is. 
we are assured by Messrs. Hamilton and Chap- 
man, tbe managers, that there is absolutely no 
danger of acideate, bnt that tba projected yoang 
lady will be oangbt every time In mid air, at tba 
termination of bar serial jonrney, by a men 
aaapended bead downwards from a trapsze, and 
* this part of the act never falb? • Wa should hope 
not* 
Tlw Tableau of Ireland. 

J. L . Keels 'a Tableau of Ireland, a g and pano- 
rama of the Green Me, wi'l shortly be exhibited 
Intbtselty. J. B, Morse, the manager, la already 
here. 

Bella Union Theatre. 

The oomedy of "D mbrr and Son" with Jat. A 
Berne a* Captain Oatlle, Miss Jennie Jobnson as 
Sniaa Nippnr, and a generally good oast will be 
played to-night, together with a coed first past 
and a lively olio of songr, acta aid daneoB. Tb. 
performance will terminate with tbe oomloeketob 
ol "The Hotel Banners." 
Buckley '» New Variety Theatre. 

Johnny Taers Is a favorite at this banes, and In 
•oojanotiop with Harry Devoy, Johnny Price and 
others gives mnob amusement to tb. large andi- 
tnoa always present at this papula- variety thee. 
tre. John Kellog la nnderllned to appear shortly. 

Wash Norton. '•** ■ 

Waab Morton, tbe champion jig dsaoerof Ana 

tralia is en route to thla city, Mr. Norton has 

alio a cood London reputation. 

Woodward's Gardens. 

Tbe great Impalement Feat, throwing 21 pcijn- 
ards at a disrobed person, while pialoned to a 

plank, and tbe new paotomime "Lot ladlans 

Woodi.'' are the extra attractions for Saturday 
and 8a day . A bb. bear Is on exhibition aad the 
Oentary Piaot is in b loom> 

ABATOMZOaX M.UBKT7M.— OOt Of the IIlOBt 
eompleM colleotiona of the kind la the>United 
flsatea. oomprlsiag handrtda of Qostly and bean' 
ifnl wax modelt, la dally on view (to gentlemen 
laly) at the Mueeun on Montgomery atreet. An 
error nuy be oroflkablv soeat here. 



. .. 



r©t*r»a Centre Market. 

Stalls 71 and 75 are taken by tbeploneer Pool. 
try and Gime deilers, Stslgman A StrMier. 
Tbe flDPit Poultry and Game, and the Freabett 
Butter and Egge In tbe city. 7. n 

Boston Oyster House. 

L. 0. Pratt bat < pened stalls S9 and 90 in 
Osntre Market. Oyators la every style. Chop! 
and B:eakt of tbe choicest. ladies private 
room* up ataira, 7_ x 

Imperial BdUlK Punch. 

The beet of beverskea. Try it, Hade and 
sold only by A>a L. Waogsmau, at hia tympo- 
die of fine Wines, Uquora and Segnr*, corner 
of LeldeadoroT and HaUeck streets. Superb Hot 
Lnnob from 11 to a. N. u.— Stock reports 
telegraphed directly from the Board especially 
or this saloon, 2z 

Do riot Suffer trom corns. 

The — fortunate ^offerers from Oerns, Bun- 
ens, C- and I&growtng Nails, can flnainfitau' 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Oowan'a Insti. 
rate, 810 Seamy street, from 1 to S vjc We 
fnAalt from experlenae. havtnfl tested the Doc- 
tor's capabUlty. Beferenc«i eiTen IfreQuirea, s- 



«*DO A* TBE CCID TB CAN." 

There'* mony ops ana d*.OQB In life, 

Within thin world o* on' t ; 
Oar path leverj Q'tn ttrevel 

Wl* faith the taornaaoo »'W-r?, 
Ltt's pick the ros*s frae the fio ters 

elnoellfe la bat a ipso, 
Acd as ye gapg alaDg tae roid, 

Do a' the gold ye can. 
If fortune bas been klud to yon, 

Bf> tbaok'nl for Its emlles ; 
An' dinua grnoge to help alonf. 

The man that's dreed Hi wile*. 
If honest poverty yon me>t, 

Hand oat a helping ban*; 
Ton only do wbat's rlgtit when ye 

Do a' the guid ye ctrn. 

'Twas said Unu eyne by ore that ken't— 

Al' what he says believe— 
T(i baler far, at any time. 

To give than to receive. 
Then 0, he surd yon bear In mln' 

T.j folio* Mercy'splan, 
An' t d tbe utmost o' yenr power 

Vo a' tbe guld ye oan. 

A Sure Preventive. 

It-ceatly a young man called to see bie 
sweetbeart, and foroibly folded her to his 
vest pattern. While tbns Btrapblcallj en- 
gaged in denuding ber lips of nect r, a streak, 
of lightning called. The yonng woman was 
killed, tbe young man waastanoed. He 
was probably of tbe magnet. c kind, and 
while attracting a vagrant streak of light- 
ning that was ungallant enough to strike a 
lady, himself acted as a conductor and es- 
caped. The difference between railroad 
conductors ard lightning conductors is that 
tbe former "knock: down" and tbe latter 
gat knocked down. 

Lite insurance agents here have a hint. 
They should advance tbe rates on yonng 
ladies who are viBited by eitra magnet c 
yonng men. To such dangerons masculines 
it may be added that oiling the hair pro- 
faaely and parting It in the middle ia cal- 
culated to repel attacks of lightnine, al- 
though it attracts the attention of rabid 
dogs. To young women, if yon would av j id 
beans and life insurance agents, get struck 
by lightning; it's a sure preventive. 

Searing a Jew, 

It is well known that the Pope is extremely 
foci of music. A celebrated German pian- 
ist, Bnlzer, who is a Jew, while on a visit 
to Borne recently, was invited by tbe Holy 
Father to play for bim, which he did, much 
to the Pope's satisfaction. When abont to 
take his leave, His HcliaesB raised bis hands 
to give bim bis Apoet jlic tles-ing. Bnlzer 
Jumped back in boly horror, exclaiming; 
Why, I'm a Jew 1" "Ah, well," said Pio 
Mono, with his ready good humor, "let me, 
then, bless yon simply as an old man, and 
tbns we will both save oor conscience/' 



Regular Bricks. 

They must be a curious lot of people in 
Toulouse, if we're to judge from a recent 
visitor. He Bays: "It is a large town, con- 
taining 60,000 Inhabitants, built entirely of 
briok." 

■ logo*:* 

Managers •«*-■■■ A 

Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 
Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of E. F. Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the Ban Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out In tbe shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc,, etc. 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the pricee 
charged for these are very little In advance of 
plain white paper. Streamers of various sizes, 
from 18 to 12 Inch letters, in Block, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially Invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprietor In 1860, and has been In suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 8»ej 



strawbarrlee : strawberries 

The Matinee Fruit Store 109 Bush, 1b the plaoe 
to obtain your nice, fresh Strawberries. Parties 
pitronixtng ne will bs promptly attended to, 
and can rest assured that their Berries will be 
sent home In good condition, as we havo a 
light spring wigon expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your address our wagon will call for 
ordtra every dsy, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Give us a trial. . If 



•9j>cclBi Co CaMlleaT. 

For dreaBmaalng In all its branches and the 
latett styles, call on Mrs. 1. J. Walker, at 810 
Poet street. Terms reasonable. 3.0l 



Jos GnrsTa's Restaurant, at 105 California 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
the publls as a place where nice Chopr, Port r- 
Bouse Steaks and Oysters lu eve y style could 
be bad. Aehjrt time since, Mr. Glutta made 
an addition of a whole floor to hla place, so 
that be c uld accommodate families. Hit res. 
taorant, as now constructed, oan well be called 
a family reitaaraxt t-n 



If one wishes to pus an hour or two pleas- 
antly at the game of billiards, no pleasanter 
place oan be found In tbe city toan Ohapman & 
Tenure Billiard Parlor, Northeast cornsK 
Bush and Searnv streets entrance on Bnsh, 
From the window a good view can be had of 
two of cur busiest fetrects Bush and Kearny. 
Local Option not in force; for the best of 
Vines, L qnors and Olgarr, are aerved at the 
barter UH cert?. a -\ T *•* 



Music JHat-ii Oharma 

Pianos tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and satisfaction guaranteed, by one that 
understands the bnaloess. Also, will perform 
m Piano at Evening Parties, etc Orders left 
it 754 Market or 54 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by Q. W. Morgan. 4>v* 



Dental Worat. 

Fob finest qcalitt or won, go to T. O. Jee* 
(up, dentist, cor. Sutter and Montgomery, over 
rucker'a. 8>u 



Ma. L. JAiXKwrre, No. 240 Kearny street, 
Sew and Seoond-Hand Olothirjg, of all deecrip- 
tlons,b ought and Bold. Store closed on 3at- 
irday until 6 P. M. ,n 



(touch ota the Patriot*. 

An Eastern paper thus complains : If 
some of tbe men who lived in the "limes 
which tried men's souls," could ooly get out 
of their coffins and read tbe pottry which 
has been written io their [raise, we fear that 
they would wUh ih<?y hadn't fought end 
died. On last Monday we received a poem 
entitled "An Ode on the Fourth of July." 
II starts out in this f/autic style : 

" Ob, glorious day 1 Whoa freedom first was 

born — 

'When first Amerloaos met tba foe In scorn, " 

and then proceeds to enlighten ua with tbe 

startling intelligence that 

■ O a all the earth there breathes not the tort of 

men 

Like those who nlmked Columbia from the 

lion'a alivlab dec." 

Now does anyone belitve that if George 
Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin 
Franklin, John Adams and Nathaniel Gr^en 
could burst out of their coffiosand read poems 
ltke tbe one we have suppressed, they would 
not feel sorry for having been the fathers of 
a country that could produce such unadult- 
erated idiots ? ft is best for their peace tbat 
they oan't imitate the ex-King of Denmark, 
or they'd give such directions for the re- 
veoging cf their " most foul, unnatural 
treatment by versifiers, that our coroners 
wonld have mora business than they could 
atttnd to. The Patriots of tbe Revolution 
ehould be sacred from tbe assaults of their 
countrymen. But there is no name too sac- 
red for the post's use so long as he can get 
a word to rhyme with it. 



Ail Error. 

A religions paper says: "When the tree is 
fallen every man goetb to it with bis hatch- 
et." We have great respect for religious 
papers. We know tbat their editors lie 
awake nights trying how they will avoid un- 
truths. In this instance we think they bave 
slipped up slightly— in fact, havs told a 
whopper. Now tbe writer must know that 
if a tree falls on a man's property all tbe 
neighbors don't torn out to chop it into fire- 
wood fcr bim; and he mast also know that 
the m«n who owned the tree wouldn't let 
his neighbors turn on t to cut it into fire- 
wood for their own use. Here is another 
point which the writer overlooked: Suppose 
a big tree fell in the wilds of Africa, wonld 
every man take his hatchet and start out for 
tbat unknown country, and how wonld tbey 
learn tbat a tree bad fallen? This religions 
writer will have to acknowledge bis error, 
and beg forgiveness for misleading bis read- 
ers. We do not generally correct the mis- 
statement* of contemporaries, but we could 
not let so startling an error as this pasB. 
Having been published .in a religious paper 
it might get into tbe Sunday-school books, 
and thus plant in tbe yonthful minds er- 
roneous views of their duties when any tree 
ehould fall in their vicinity. 



0F1EA no 



Oysters. 

In strolling round the other night, --*--<■'-- 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
uur oareleas teat, by chance aid Btrty 
To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen | 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell. 
Made that window seem to be 
aoase fairy grotto of the sea.- ■* taw- awty j- 
3top," said my friend, "let's go in here^ 
ft loots so nice— and try their cheer, ".j 
"All right," 1 said, ''I must agree 
That this place suite me to a *T.' M 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our aide a waiter neat 
Made hla appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
Tbat we mignt name. We found It true. 
And cooked magmficmtly, too; 
All klnda of oysters, Juicy, tat, 
Oooked every style; Just think of that, 
and If your mouth don't water, then 
Tou're different from other men. 
They'd olamsand crabs and terraplns'i] 
In tact, vs found tbey bad within 
feat cosy plaoe ail kindsof game. 
Fish, flesh Or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they havo here- the best lee cream; 
So here they flock, the little Blnners, 
To get wnat they call "eush nice dinners,** 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there thla truth he'll and made plaint 
Who goes there once will go again, . . ■ J0? 
Paolflc Oyster Bouse, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night, 

CHART, KB HAAEB. Proprietor. 



Sprint? Stylo Hats. •***< 

Light, bejiitlfnlly finished and graceful In 
ehape, the new Spring style of Hats manufac- 
tured it "The" Hat Store, 0i7 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny street), 
Is Just the thing to make a man look a hundred 
per cent, better. Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
Go to **Tae Hat Store" for a new, one. Prices 
reduced . S*v 

Waahlnp;B<eturned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Cheer 
Laundry. No Chinamen employed, * 



Presti and Bwrnd 

For the best confectionary, £-* to Oantr and 
Wagner's. im Hiatiomtn st. naar flatter ■ 



Whavt Cheer l_*aun<lxy 

It the benLavndry In San Francisco 



PERSONAL. 



MRS. M. J. FABRELL. LADLES' HAIR- 
dresser, late of Dooerty's Hair St.Tt, baare- 
moTed to No. K3 Kearny street, op atatra, rooms 
U and 25. AH kind* of hair work made to order, 
feiv-lm 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Boottaellero and sif»tlosMB-s, 

H. H. Moore, 699 *lont«o aierj, near Merchant. 

Hatchers. 
KetB, Fred. SUlla M to 100. California Market 

©entlsts. 

H. F, Pope, fi Hsntfomary Street, 
Davis k. Oaa«i 22 Montgomery street, opposUet be 
Lick Hooae- 

Human Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. k Co., 110 Second streak 

Wblteaera and Paper Hsagtri, 

A. W. Wheldoo, 122 Geary street. 

Wlnei and Llqasra. ( Wnel—al a .) 
V. A Oo,. 90a Front. 



CO*. T. MURPHY 



.Stage M-nagt 



GrJEtEAT SUCCESS OF 



MANURE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS 



IiAST 'WEEK OF 




OVERTURE ORORERTR 

PlRSl'MIK WOULD AND THEN !.BK WOULDN'T (R.w) ...I. - ..'.'.'.' .'BKNOOTW* 

WILL YOU OHMH TO MBEI MF, DABLING .. W F. B4KB 

I'ACKLE OACKLE .-. ,...A BILI.Y ARLlNOrui 

EY ma SAD hfcA WAVES .^...."...j' C3.RUSsi(B 

Grand Finale THE BLACK BRIGADE 

rOTTOW. ARl.lHOTON. 1TOBPHY A»I» COMPANY. 

I"-a.«. , » SEcdND: 

Messrs, WELCH and RICE in their Original Act, 
OF*F* F'<3n. AMERICA: 

FEMALE SUFFRAGE. 

MIB8 WOULD-HAUL ARLINGTON. 

The breat Song and Dance Artist, BOBBY NEWCOMU, in hi 



ORIGINAL SONG ANO DANCE, 



PRETTY LITTLE lYIIltfltflE. 



TOBY RBV cott 

Oh AS. FREELOVE , .....OON. " MDjJS 

OOL. SUOOTEM CHAT? BMi 

ARABhLLA , JENNIB BHEBJUJ 



OVKKIUKE OKCHE8T! 



STaU 



To Ooaclnde with tbe Comic Sketch of 



BILL WESTGW (Prom Alamorla Ooooty) 

BILL SIMPSON (Otiampioa Walker of toe Vlllaga) 

RASP WOO&BK (Fou«bt5l and wr>n ooe flgnt) 

t^K GOTJG&K (Woo Trained BoIIi»er) 

ToMPKIns (Landlord of t&o HoUl) 

JOHN (The Clark) 

PETK (H»ad Watwr) 

IK.B (2d Wa(tar) „.... 

HLlZaBEia i. 



irinii 1 



..BILLY BWEATNA1 

.BILLY WEL01 

OUARLEB RKJt 

P. LOOMU 

OON. T. MURPBI 

...D. J. SHERWOOt 

JOHN RtOJ 

O. RIOHAUH 

..JENNIE ShEBMAI 



JULY n 



MONDAY EVENING — » 

FIRST APPEARANCE OF 

SAM RICKEY, Master BARNEY and Miss LULU DELMAYI 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

vikoiula orn, jtatvab^ 

JOHN PIPEB PEOPMETOi 



THlb ELEGANT THttATBK OAR BB RENT, 
ed bf tbe oigbt or week. Store arK travel- 
ioit companlaa UbJraliy treated wilti on amplication 

to jcua ruPEit, 



Stt* Baah atraat. San Fraaofaoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

81CB1MKNTO, 

TO itEsivap, 

BV THE NIGUT, WEEK OK MuNTH, FROM 
April let. For terma, apply at tbe Theatre, 
or br latter* to W. K. MOBKOW, Proprietor. 
Sao ram en to. 
J*. B.— Xhare noaatborrzed Agent anjwhere. 
rDb«4-tf 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE, 

CHEYENNE, WYCMIRB TERRITORY. 

OPEN THE YEAR ROUND WITH A F1K3T. 
claaa Varietr Oompaaj. Variety ArUltt 
comicgEaat cao at all timea aaoora FiraUOIiaf 
•ogaiemeDte. Mnat ba artiste of aoknowledfad 
ability and hare good wardrob*. None otbera n*K 
apply. Addreaa JAMES WcDANIEL. 

Proprietor, 
Look Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyo.Tar. jel 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAX JOSE, CALL 

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND NEWLY RENO- 
T.Ud Theatre i. to be l«t b, UJ8 Nifibu Week 
or Uootb, it rcoMbl. term,. 
.pM>tt G. BROUASKA. Proprietor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM 

A_nd Oolleze orSat«dleln«. -■< «|*| 



_...__ . 1«« objeeta to be eeen. Open to tb- 
Pablio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAJLi 
BL8 Mootgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY-. 

if Da. JobdaH'b P&rvaR Ornoi ia at »1> 
Oaary atreet (opposite old Meobanloa' PaTUloo). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTMQ 

ELOOOTION AND DEPORTMENT. 
LA.DIES PREPARED for the STAGE 

PRIVATE THEATRIOAL8 AND AMATEUR 
pHrfOrtoanaet direoted, byalaiyand gentle 
roan of more tban ordinary experienoe. For par* 
tionlara apply to . MR. J. H. MoO ABB, 

Theatrical Agent, No. U88 Baeb street. 
delO-tf San tfraooiaoo. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 

Jf* MiMUFACTUEKRS fcW A 

fin BBU«rBiiJos r ^wSj 

^&T — AKD— 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

i»»-Leeaonj gtren on tbe Banjo and Dram. «A» 
MISSION STREET, between First and Second. 

N B.-Fin«-tonad SUyer Solo Banloe lor Pro- 
•Mtonala alwayi on band. *al 5 tf 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS K SPECIALTY. 



GEORGE MATES 

DEAiZB IN OVSTJSS8, UljAMS 
ud.U kino, of SHELL FISH. 



<& 



andall 

SUUeNoa. 40, 41, A*. California 
Market, entrance on California "treat. 

pnhljo or prirnU* partaea ajd lamillee "PpUa* 
from 6 A.H. to « 9. U. Ladle*' and GeDtleraan'i 
Ormte Room opao from 8 a-*, to 12 PJL •ina71y 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE 
CHEYENNE, WYOMENB TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS BaW I 
recently refitted and decorated, Ftrauabaal ■ 
Dramatio Oompaniea or Dramatic Stare oodudd 
Bast will be treated liberally upon application 
either by telegraph or in parson. Addreaa all 
communications to JAMES MeDAftlBL, 

Pro priewr, . 
Look Box No. 1, Oheyeno ,Wro. Ter. si 1 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES.! 

Sixteenth St., Cheyooe, Wyoming, . 

JAMK W ALLEN ...Proprietif 

JOUNW. DUNNE ..Bneioeaa Manartr 

EawbY SPBIOOS Stage Mans**. 

HAS JTUT BK£N K.EFITT11 
and reopened for tbe Fall and Winter Ms>i , 
son with a nrat-elaae Company, embraoinc HUQ ' 
Springs, tae great charaoter actor; Harry Lo»M 
rafne, Billy Fomt, Mr. J. W Dnnne, Miae iMlJ 
Hall, Misa Minnie I avis, Miae Nellie Seymern,' 
Mies Jennie Logao, Prank Holiay, George Tobleii 
and Charles Millar, and a full and efficient or- 
chestra. 

•W Lady talent coming Eaat oan always MjWtl 
engagement, by applying to J. W. ALLEN, nt>' 
prieior. OuOD SALARIES PAID. ae24-la 



Vl7A.T>JTBD . 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CaKYKNNE. WIOMIKS, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEI 

•V-Taleot going Eaat wiH find rt to their adrar >l 
tage before leaTiag California to oorreapond wUI ■ 

J. MtDAMEL, 
say9 Look Box No. L Cheyenne, Wjemlag. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 

Either California or Eastern Oysters, 
Oooked to Ordar at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Stalls 57,58 and 59 California Market.' 

(Entrance on Pine Street,) 

Sf** t amiliea and Beataarants supplied at short i 

notice. deI7-4M a. 



V 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. J 



DEALERS IN 



OTSTBRB, OLAM8 and all kinds 
of Shell Fish. Stall 6B Oallforolal 
Market, ban Francisco. *pen Day 
and Nigbt. ramilies, Pobl. J and Fri- 
tsM Parties, Hotels, Shipping and 
Restaurant* enpDlied. 



^ 



. J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH,' 

Cor. Second and Tehuw *tr.eta. 

.VT.rr.pla oooluqUj on tuuad. 
Fo„t«r, la «T«rr Btrl*. PBIVATB | ' 
.SDPPKB BOOMS FOB PASTIB8. 

d»0 31-U 



MANNIKG'S OYSTER GROTTO " 
B.«>rt at the it.apeotablllf y. 

Manning Pan Roast>J^r 

. Aad CXIOLEE COFFEF, 
,.10-tf A. W. HASNIKO, InnnUr. 

Delicious IOE OBXAU ..d BTRAWBEBBIB8 



m*t 



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itlQi 



BUCK GLOVES 

RAVD-VOI 



COSE I MUM 
••• ■ »■» ■ 



WistshTO 




2 



FURNISHEr. 

• elfl to «.(>'' 

:.fE$f"5I 






UK IUIOUC TXI HIDAT, JILT l«. I~". 



V.l. XIX 



3 CALIFORNIA THCATRE 

^l^lM — 'A. II 




CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 



>. i 






IL.XJ<^>XJJB3 

Spanish Dramatic Comp'y 

S ■-'. .luh 19th. 



POBITIVELY 






AST -WJB3E3I5. 



T *• lr«l Trefld [iiai to ■ 

CABANA DE TOM 



o x*.rv 






;rr i 



ESCLAVITUD DE LOS NE6R0S! 

■ 

i-» .*•*#• A, I IMltM T.RA. 

' k-tMbrlM 

I • |.r*.«m.e«. 



4*J oe.rp.bl.. 



THEAT 

m Tttrim 



ltriiTo >tL >um. 

fn»iuu AcromrA. 

»» i-rarcisca Dir luqur 
*d a. i.pQrr 

' JRSl'n rKK»M<rZ 

UKIgLil RlRj Dl It l^Dt .BMtm), ADOLVO LCQUE 

m>ACH>R BIRD SR. MARIA.1J LltllJR 

JOfct.R fRei «* JULIO LUgUK 

■ ULArU * rR .PMIT.KIO lilhRIS .... rEK»ARL.»Z 

RHRRRl (Oobj. »lar J. D.iro.) . LOYAL 

H»tl . MIOUeL 

AKlHAGA 

RDLikl'J ...ERBIQUK 

RRJrt'ALt (*.,,. Comit ) ALFU 

FLRMOR t.rroOAn.or' AK1URIO 

OOMISARIU .T»«*dr,ri RUiZ 

R»:l„»i.Oo*p>.dorca. R«.»le, rwMod. UOoBpur 



TO BOtclni. Willi 1». LAQARAble AII-.plACf Of 

LOS PARBALILLOS 



ran rxTniito. 



• JOLT I* 



AAir«t«v«M».««rJi7 *»'Mo««. J»ll tllk »1 lilt. • •• lil'Udir «iUI«, MR. BJTUIlUi M 





Reeonitni eted by Mr. Sot hern and Now Played in Four Acti Instead of Three, 
LORD DUNDREARY MR. SOTHERN 



»J*X»**ft0 'RUfUHAlLD 

IH* i H H . 

wb K rnu'< 'JoTle 

x v • tor t . . 

, 

ret? W"* 

HlllfrHil yigar 1 -"" 

RrOTr a'aninlr 

MRi. MoUWrj.lRSSIHOcOk 

•I ,.l"ir< 





...KuH 
WAI.I 






; " - 



._ OBKKT PAi'MAN 

VAI.I KK W IKWATI 
..k. J BU'IKI.KT 

r. is 

R. R. IH»YK« 

JOHN WILSON 

.B.ilt>*arT» l> -mi 
.O. U KKSTaVim 

II MM 

WW KLIIIC WILniK 

HISS JltKMI. ' Kl 

MRS. 0. R. -.AUNI'FK* 

.Ml IB "ARRIK WVA1T 

Mi SS vn.llf. ff'l. in 

Miss * r.T*N..rV 

Allan F SlAALEY 



During the Pieco Mr. Sothern m ill read Brother Sam's Letter, 



£•• 3*1 Tad Niajq'.It with t'jt inpreotdaalod compliment of • Triple Encore, 



MONDAY EVEIINO 



JULY 80 



Tbe Charming sad Peorlca. Oorasdlennf, 



LOTTA!! LOTTA!! 

Will present b<r TWO PICTUBES from DI0EEN8, 

LITTLE NELL and THE MARCHIONESS, 

In John Brougham's dramstisntlon from D likens' Not jI. 

1I0SITI SHOP, 



8EIU UNION THEATRE 

*««rrl air*.* ••*« *-'*■ iriM 
l *ia» H etaa ■>.*•.* . , TXAM m 

InMtN •mtrr* of ta-s Met. »•»••> «d r<a>a>f tea 

Mr. JAP. A. HERIffE. 

Wto will sapaar ae 

< ArTA xixr OUTTLB. 

■'■•'I fontd, 
•? tear u-ed dMd U ta- . lad a*4 ,,.,, tw | 

fsfow • 



■f l f * %t of tfc» Bce*ntrle-wrry #.«»■«. - C <nw3IU ltd 
Old F . | 

HAW WV < orMTAINK, 

Wb-> bu pT*imt»*Ml. ta 

TV1TI. TOOT0, 

To r|Mr %f. H>#wta- to lUM »y^W* ■» yta>-«yta— 

a ■ i. f no f«nw q j<ne>." 

TBI* EVKWIHO JULY IB 



TlM fcifurnuaoa will oommeitea «1U tb« 

>IAI,K AM) FEMALE M1NSI KKI.S. 

OAI. MARORTII.l,RljB«».....klArT. RRH.T 
KTRkLCDE. 




•WktlA •••« Umila K.ilr 

•a.i Md I> nfr Hn.l. Jfoblnsoa 

■ <>■« MbrrIb Ml ClMtr 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

M. ri'.i'l- And 



ilRiO-CQMIC SUIlCS 

0T«rftiT<i 



■ Mill ALICI ROM 
i'MBbbT, 



Aftsr wblch Bill be pr dQ «j lb« OlBAt Oomtkjr lb 3 

DOMBEY and SON 

•APT, M'TTLK Mr. JAMT.S A. lir.KRX 

MR. TOOT* U.ihKV OuUifAlNE 

Mr. Dombef ..J. W, summer* Bol . Gi )« r B.rtoB 

Wilur Otr T. Bre« M»J. Jo* Uagaiaok. ftd Hon t; 

Bob th»Gri> d«r 8o.|» K<.lio»on 

.U-.k Bnosbr <>•! MrbooviU* 

Broitlor JoUd *'<>"d»rd 

-t NAN >iri*FK ML. JFNKIV: Jt»HNHMM 

Kdilb <ir»rj«i-r .,.M«mi# Itn-lrt 

Kl irnDfl* lirmb»7 MtH Em» Proo»or 

Mr* Mk4»"t«o.... ....!"»->*» Hrt'fcpr 



BUOSET OF FUN D *U««AT 

rOTJR OLD MAID.. 

Kfllj .'.,..B»rtoo Snmai*r* Anl BrM 



" Ta* STELN WAY PIANO need on this ocoatlon 1b kindly loaned bj M. GBAT. 



5ER10-CCMIC GEMS — Alli-E H8IS 

horiB and Dunce v ...,Suale Unlilnwn 

Ballad ••oilie tuaeri 

To cpneladA with the Oomlo Sketch of THE 

Hotel minners, 

Uhmotere by Btrien, K»llf, rlr«», Mardarilla, Arohar, 
Uftggi* K*Hf and U«mpnij. 



VARIETTi 

F flH, W|t*» 



iHlBll'BlB 

iwin.*;" 1 
, M ultiJ 

; m ,fS 

l» J m . 

IB Mill. • 

IT8D. 



" T tt E VILLA," 
|€K)LDEa\ « ATE PAKE, 

Tea BslldlBtT hartag liit boao ooaaplatad, U 
now *hr--»D op*n lo B« par l.o Tn« naoat U ala> 

■-■IDtd.lfla BAB 

lour Pnblio Pnrlorn, 

— AJTD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooma, 

b* wbolabaitit anilt. not lik* a pnbllo hotal 
bat m it la naaaad 

An Elegant Villa. 

Trie Villa" la looatad at tba lm or oortb-wan- 
rrnnUol U« Park. 

jMioBreaa Br-aklut*, Plnoflri and Bappara 
ptSparad on thaanortaat notlca. 

CUIOO MANCENBERC, 

PHOPBIKTOB. )j-lfi 



-JW 11 * 



FREE AND KAHY 



AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

SAZjOOIV. 

K*. «Sa KAOKAHRNIa ITKCrr, 

(Known aa tba uHlOAOO BKKR DEPOT.) 
■Wary •ataraay Kvealac -i • •Vloek. 

f'mZHNs IJT OENBBAL, aND ALL AUS- 
i-f tr«lUaa and .Maw ZMUadera ara loviUd it, 
tiBnd.aod ara aaaarad of a bn.rtf waloo <ia aod 

P LUNOH aar*«d»rar7 

GEO. B. AUSTIN. 
Proprietor. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CMA8. L. STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between California and Pine. 
Tola elaRAtit reaor+, haa lately bean enlarcftd, ax 
aow oontalua i new Berel tabl«a. The beat Llqooi 
and (Jlgan at tbe Bar. Five larce nnelr f nrmslia. 
raonia. for elnba aod prlrata partiea oa their owi 
tarma and ralea. je7-Sm 



AOi^ilUor LUNOU ear. 
av ta Lbe weak. 
lal-tf 



itteiition, ifttood Liversi 

Llli, P. BKHOP.a, VORkU 

*> propriBtoi of I .■• Mia ,." 



l"lMif ■!■■■ dm 
ommeroiel atraat esd.kh* ttjtrt' , 
raoob on HarkaTTcjTd^^^HHl MHllawM 

Bft—ca aU tbe dolioaojaa of tba »*M?§£Bwr 
totta la ,;oooi v* . ■«. r>aod Oookl n« »nd s»v>da»aat 

m H ER3' r fl U E?TAUR^NT ( 

RSI .oil ... Comm.rfll.l. cf 
TAW XUrk.t itrMt. 

<Jtx° rom J AJL to 19 F.M. 1.28.11 






AN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AND; 

airrifessiiig establishment. 

.OA7 WABaiNOTON ST., 

IOO baUaw fUarooy- fHlUKrj , 
KDU0W. Batba. 15 eaota. ' 
larlna;. 2A oanls, Blair OoU 
oavttPBOta. fa'bfttspooiOK. 23 
■nU.alaiioj.Ud BatDa. J0HH OKKIF. 

aaS-tf 



P. H. McCANN. 

'"AOTIOIL HATT«B. 



FIGARO 

("MR'JUI.ATES AS HOUSE PBOORAMMK IN 
J every Tbaatraaod In btitj place of axaaae- 
»aat id ti«m Vranoiaoa. 

aivid 

THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEftNl'TuRGING BREAKERS 
FOARIinC SURF, MOnSTER SED LIONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and .Suppers. 

BRING YODB WttalMBOi V10 
bbino voim Mnan 

BHINO VOIIR LADY I'lUKSDB 

Asdaojor . Tl.w of th. Ooo.t OOEAN PANO- 

Kama in rn». wi,klu. .hid .igbt of 

tbe wnfW-rouo ^ne.i 

•*■» "Goldoki Grate. 

With . Qe«tol wtmy-wioH.d Dw.aien eut*.rlnj 
from *»«i7 P»rt ol tb*oom».r.ul world. 

wb-New Llo. Ba»o» r coon.otinK with Rr.ro.t 
p.r..t Lon.Mooot.iD .T.rj U oUaaM. h.r.ftf Ml 
lor tbe uliff Booh iyl-tf 



Grand Duke Alexis 





To the Unfortunate. 

»B, Q1 II BON'S DHFAiraABT. 

NO. «aa KEARNY BTREET, OOR- 
ner of Oouneroial, ^ma Fraooiaoo 
1- Dtreooe on Oommeroial street. EBtab- 
Usbsd In ISM, for the treatment and 
□are of ell diseaaea of the urinary and 
generative o rsds. and all pbysioal aon- 
weakneas oausaQDent npon tbe error, 
or ignorasae nf toe aezes. Hkindieeaae (of years' 
atanding) a- d aloarated lena aaeceeefaU; treated- 
The uion and tbe affiottd BDoold not fail to call 
npon him. The Doctor haa traTer<*d ezteoBlrely 
in Europe, and inspected thoroQRbly the vartons 
hospitals tber«, obuinlng a great deal of valuable 
information, wbtob beia oompetantto impart to 
those in need of his servioaa. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no charge unless he effects a cure. A ddrOEB 
DR, J. F. OlbBOM, Hox IH.yJ.ttan t tauolaoo. 
noto-tl 



TO THE LOVERS of SONG 

AMD SOCIAL EHJOTfMJEST. 



d.t. U u. 



S. W. DENNI3, 

Dentist, 

HAS JUBT RETORNKD ^^OM 
the Kan I and T"«novd tha pr -ctlca 
of bia prafeaainn, at bia former ofBca, 

8IKKAUUHTKMT, 

SAM FltAMCUCO. my7-ti 



THE DRPOT OF THE GRAND DUKRI AL- 
ezla Ties, -OOtob Coogram GoT.erancd rTrenoh 
Tlaator Grnt' and Boys, la at P. Kelt's, tbe 
Prim Bootmaker. 

-i '> Cuar-a of tbe above goods now in atora, and 
will be eoldat Kan tern priees. 

Persons alsiding in tbe country deairona of ob- 
taining prrrect fitting Boots and 8hoea, can asod 
for P. Kelly's Oiroalar,coDtaioing bia new met hod 
of self-measarementand lirtof onaLom pries*. 

1=». ZS.EiIL.3L. "ST. 

Prize Bootmaker, 

NO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, MontBoweri and Kearny. 

j.21 



S^a.3L.£3. 



i'18 



A MEW VA OOTAVE 

PIANO 



WILL BE 

SOLD m a BARGAIN, 

On Aoooq t of dtp.rtore from tho But., 
0.U, or AdCr.!-, 

"FIGARO" OFFICE, 

G8S Merchant St. 
■Alknl 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAKBRA HOUSE. 

OnUlS HODJTE, BF.INO OKrTTBAH,Y ^. 

M. located, aaar all tbe pilnotpe) Hotola, «gk 
aotUoraot- and plaoea af A>»naameat, L_W 
Straaf-iia «aa End Read, oonfottabU, plaaa- ■-»■--». 

|o«ud slafaart rooms at rwaaeaabla prioaa. 




kwaohiTig Dag-inn era. 



CLAY- STREET 
RIDING AOAOEMY, 

8tf» Clay Street, cor. 
■toekton. 



day and even .„ 
nlar attention paid to 
ia27-«aa 
A. MARSHALL. Proprietor. 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all Idnda of Printinn for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

$. r. STERETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



. nr.t-ol... F&nE ASD KAa V At lb. 



CHARING 



606 MISSION 



* 



JALOON, 



NEAR SECOND. 



We Intern, rnnning It as of jare— 8»oiabill' jaA- 
W*raonr mntto, Polneoeaa and Fair Dealing onr 
ruin, Oraod op-ning Hatorday May 30r,c, 1874. Krae 
and B»ey every Sutnrdap during iho ifatorj. Oar 
old patrona and the potiiio in g»n. ml are cordiahy 
invi"d. "'tiair tek»o by onr old ubairman MB. 
F. PHILLIP,* atB'olock sbaro. 

>A6LKH A WILD. 



California Ahead of the World 



DR. WILLIAM S. DAVIS & C. I. CftSE, 

DBNTIBTSi 

»9 U«ntK<""« r P Hirert, 
Opp. Liok House. 
DontiBtrjinall ita brADOhoa.Tat reasonable rate?. 
mnH)-«m 



1 H. ^ 

MTJBIO TA.T 



xrca-ECx 1 . 



COal ! Coal i 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 
COAL D E A.H.E HH. 

Office. 1 'Wholesale, Bwlh-hend, 

Between Pacfie and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 413 and 4 IB Pacific St., 

Above S&oBom.. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

KEWrOKT COOR BAT COAL CO., 

And Ds.l.r. In .1) D«oriptloo, of 

Foreiiro and Domestic 
COAL and PIC IRON. 

.0>8 P. O. BOX !..»■ 



WOOLEN GOODS. 



T" 



THE UKDERH1GNED IS IN RECEIPT OF 
Blankets, PlanneU. Horna-BUnkatlnc, ato. 
direct from tbe Mills, and will sell in loUtOBall 
Depot, OS New Montgomery etreft: 
nn28-8m GEO M. MAIN, 



$300,00000 
to i*o>a.3sr! 

AT REDUCED RATKS. f'N Ml NINO 8TO0KS. 
R.l Kslate. BaiineBB P.pnr .od other Ool- 
Tsterola. 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

08O UoniR -iticrr Street, 

mj8-tf 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEftTRiCII 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. IS Montiamfry Avenue, S. F. 

hutf T ROr^nt/ft^ .^OMN^0H 



1ST O TX O XI. 

Gray's Music Stores. 

633, 625 CLAY STREET. 

IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE T"E PUBLIO 
and tba mnalcal profea^o-.. GBiT'S MTJBIO 
«tOr*a wilt bereafer oloae at 8 P- M. lcataad of! 
P. M a-f rm-rlr. mal9-lm 



CANDIES ! CANDIES ! 

J*r . A. MEHOBR 

ManQfactoraa evary deaorlptioo of 

CA-KDIE-t, tVa.oleaa.1© awMI JXetalL 

SIB K-arn* St.. batwaaa Raorataaoto aad Oali- 

fornia and IS? Beaodd atraat. batwaaa 

Minsa and Na-oroe nol-Jm 



7HB JOTJBKAJ, OF Am.a8MreHT6. 
'ublfcsoed every 1/ay l» l*" Year b* 

«SS M*re*ont and SS* Woehlnarton Sta 

Below v.o'iwomen. Ben Franetaco. 



THUBSDAX* 



..JULY 16, 1874 



Chicago Get-so. 

Poor Obicago bas receiYed another Bat 
b*ck. Only a little while age all that 
troubled tost chy «eemcd to be geese. 0ae 
of the piptr* c^mplaned 88 follows: Now 
that oar Board of Trusteed are about re- 
vising their ord'D»ncea they ehoBfld provide 
one for tbe [roper reBtr«iritof tbepeiamba- 
latiog getse. They are becoming a far 
greater nni^ance about the town than cat- 
tle or fcoraea ever will be. They are early 
risers, and some -families keep thirty lo 
forty about other people's }>»muf0. Tee 
reeidant of the town who cbaocea to rise at 
four o'clock discovers an old gander mar- 
shalling bis ftrctB fox a day's foraging, and 
when they are ail in marobiog order be 
takes a be line for the nearest garcleo, and 
if a gate has been left six inches Jtjar in a 
tew m^meiits the whole tribe may be h-ard 
conversing Iq tbe moei exaBperatiDg manotr 
regardiog the degrees of eictllenoe of tbe 
plants which ace found therein. Tbey will 
War any Dumber of dabs end stonei, and 
alter being driven out will stand on one leg 
»nd watch complacently far the prevailing 
nui.aoce next in -order, tbe small boy wtc 
Is%vea tbe gate open, when they will return 
to their work of destraoion on two legs if 
they have them, but it tbey have bat one 
left from tbe previous "engagement" tbey 
return on that -they get back anyhow; 
They area squalling nuisance aad ought to 
be exterminated. 



Cooks uo Bat Mortals. 

A writer on the noble art of cookery saya: 
At a role the feelings of coots are veiy im- 
perfectly under control; thare iB, indeed, a 
general tartness about their dlspoaition, end 
a whole household out of joint. Tbe cruet- 
ines* of old cooks— due, perhaps, to pro- 
longed exposure to fire— and the saoctDees 
of young oook* are proverbial; while cooks 
of all a^ea axa apt, even when piously in- 
clined we fear, to be puffed up with unrea- 
eouable pride and self-conceit. 

« 

Church ChrwnoB. 

The eacrednees of tbe pulpit has at last 
been invaded by the enticing cfcromo. The 
pastor of a West fie Id. Mans., church an- 
nounced tbe other Sunday that a 'beaatixol 
cbromo" would be presented to all who 
would contribute $1 toward a certain char- 
ity. The congregation, seeingtbat they bad 
a good ohance to do a meritorious act, and 
at tbe same time to get the wcrtb of their 
money hack, came down liberally. 



Prt'mlam Awarded. 

The $500 prize for the beet Stall in the 
Centre Market, has been awarded to Abe 
Newman, Stalls 1 and 2. It is a magnificent 
piece of workmanship. 



The Vorrtict- 

Half of the bett-dreaaed geDtUmes In this 
cUj would a»y, If a»k»d the que&tioa where 
they had their clothes male, that they wee t to 
Baloun b Etonda, No. 813 Washington street 
and would also advise yon to go there If you 
wanted a perfect-fitting salt made in the lateat 
style, from e'.tber Imported or domeeli: goods, 
at tbe lowest price oemp»t.ble with a good 
garment, c-m 

Free and Eaay. 

A VccaJ and Taitnuoental Concert will be 
given every vr -■ ju yd»y and Saturday evening, 
at 083 Market itreet, opposite Kearny. The beat 
of talent will oe present. Everybody is Invited 
to attend and will reoeive good cheer and cor- 

dial treatment. 4 p 

m 

I>r. r>ohort.y 

Baa devoted his study more particularly to 
efaxonlo and specific practice, and as such Is 
bow the most ■uooeaafol of any Physician In 
Ban Franc.' soo. Office 619 Becramento street, 
eorner of Leldesdorfl. a lew doors oelow. What 

Ohoer Sooj* m f 

a. jE»ie,»a m nt, bocauon. 

Person* desiring comfortable lodglngi in a 
aentral location, abeam visit the Alhambra, 
and Inspect tha fine enitee of rooms to let there 
tm building la a van fine one and la wall 
lighted and veatUafted. 



How i Hade s»o. 

By baying my bed-room set of furniture of 
f. A. Shaber A Co., 707 Market s : rest, two doors 
frem Third. Tbey seU Furniture 30 per eent. 
cheaper than any other dealers. I tried them 
all. 12- x 



IfTou 

Feel the need otptotphonu (nerve food), take 
a course of eea-wat r baths at tbe Sanitarium 
foot of Powell Ft ett, North Beach. Exoluelve 
department and lady attendant for ladles. Five 
' tickets lb: $1. GQ 

Hadame ulera Antoala, de Paris, Bailness 
and Medical Clairvoyant and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134% Post itreet, near Du- 
pont, Ooriect diagnoEla and special attention 
to the treatment of dtseewa. Oonaultationa la 
French, German and English. 6o 



Plre tVatches 

Tbe best goods at the lowest prlcea, at H. A. 
Calender's, corner of Seaond aod Mission. A 
fireaasoitn of chains, Jewelry, etc. Call- 
and e limine, 6-r 



From one tooth to a full upper set, from $5 
.0 $30. Filling reasonable. By Dr. OrowelL D. 
D. 6.. No, SO Kearny itreet, near Market. %4 



Wbat-Oboer Jjaundrv. 
Ill Leddeadorff tt.-eet, near Bacr-imento, 



Db. Buna, Patent Gold Growns lor oroken 
ox deo aaedfffeeth, MQ Ktarng street. 2- oh 



••THE LAST DAT. » 

Stewart, of the Virginia City Chronicle, 
has been iudalsta? in some speeulatioos on 
esmets in general, and on Coggia'a comet in 
particular. There l* no d.ubt but that tbe 
earth w;ll, about the 22d of this month, be 
completely enveloped in the luminous at- 
mosphere fcrming tbe tail of the comet. 
This maybe healthy, aod on the other ban! 
it may perhaps bennheatthy. Mr. Stewart 
observes: "There was a time when tbe earth 
waa suddenly enveloped in an all-pstvadiDg, 
Ufe-extinguiBbiDg cloud of carbonic acid 
gaB." Some "religious" people are of tbe 
opinion that at that peTiod of lime known as 
"tbe laat day," tbiawarth will be destroyed by 
fire. This is tot necessarily a portion of the 
dLvine scheme. "An all-?erva1ing, life- 
extinguiebiog croud of carbonic acid gas'' 
generated by a comet (possibly Co^gia's) 
would effectively clear this earth of its pre- 
sent inbabitante, and after a time it would 
be ready for a new and better race of be- 
ings. "In tbe Scientific American of July 
11th" «ay* Mr. Btewait, "we find these sig- 
nificant words : 'Father Seccbi has observed 
tbe spectram of Coggia's comet and fin-is 
the lines cf carbonic oxide and carbonic 
acid *ery brilliant." Mr. Stewart then goes 
on to ebow ho* probable it is that tbe comet 
which we are all admiriDg so much at \ res- 
eat "is the identical Bouroe from which our 
pltnet obtained its rich supply of carbonic 
acid gas many thousand years ago." He 
cheerfully sddB, "If tbia conjecture 
shall prove correct tbe hnowledgeof the 
fact will be of e light value to mankind a 
fortnight hence, for if Professor Parkhurst 
and Pitrre8eccbi are both correct in their 
calculations, tbe earth is about to enter a 
new carboniferous period, and if our atmos- 
phere is to be again deluged with carbonic 
acid gas, we thill all be suffocated in leas 
than two weeks." We rather like this ides. 
It is not so poetical as the conveotiocal pic- 
ture of tbe Last Day, with its trumpet bio* 
ing and marshaling ot heavenly hosts, bntit 
ia more practical. Tbe Second Advantists will 
have no need of resurrection robes in which 
to be smothered by means of carbonie acid 
gas. Of course the idea offends the vanity 
of Borne human beings, they would rather 
be burned in sul phurou* flames than smoked 
to death like a neet of yellow jackets. The 
last day, nnder these circumstances, will not 
be a great dramatic effect, but it will serve 
its purpose very well. 

♦ 

An Old Law Discovered. 

Tbe women of Ohio recently held a State 
temperance convention. Among other acts, 
they dug up out of the muety statutes cf 
the past a law enacted twenty years ago pro- 
viding for tbe appointment of inspectors to 
taat liqnore, and empowering them to de- 
stroy all that are foond impure. Destroy 
all the impure liquor in tbe land, and in- 
temperance wonld cca'e as by magic. 



A Santa Clara Yo«th. 

A verdant at a Ban Jose hotel left his 
young wife in hie room 8 aod ay evening and 
went down to ask the clerk what time he 
liggted np. "Well," eaid the aocommoda- 
tiogcltrk, with a smile, "we usually light 
up at 9 o'clock, -but to acco nmodate yon I'll 
light up immediately." He then sent a bell 
boy to the room of the verdant to ligbt the 
gai. TheyooxgnMn from the country was 
profuse in his thinks, and wouldn't go back 
to his wife until the olerk accepted a cigar: 



Trapped. 

A husband in town tbe other day informed 
his wife tbat -she did not kn«w anything 
about Scripture, yon know. Tbe lady, be- 
ing a Suoday-echool teacher, thought she 
knew considerably better thaa tbat, and 
eaked to be catechised. Tbe man beg<-n 
with the first dhapter of Genesis: "Who was 
tbe first man?" "ArJam." "Wbo was tbe 
firat woroau?" "Eve." "Wbo killed Cain?" 
■"Abel!" all delivered with vigor, aad fha 
aaswexrr went to the foot. 



His Opinion. 

A Brooklyn writer on Btreet-car courte- 
sies holds thig opioion: "To vacate your 
place for every youo£ thing who enters — 
who has been on a visit or shopping, and 
who will doabU j 68 danca a balf dozen sets 
after she gets home— is notgallaniry, but tbe 
air of an effected fop or downright fool, and 
will never be performed by a sensible man 
wbo has dene a hard days work." 



SIXTH EXHIBITION. 

San Francisco Art Association 

MO. 818 PINK ITBBST. 



THE GALLERY 18 NOW OPEN 

TothepobUe. Tbe collection Includes a U-jre 
anmbarof FawtlDSs br Loci) Artists aad Gems 
from leading prirave collection*. 

AN EXQUISITE SYLVAN SCENE, 

By H. G. KOEKEOEK, 

Which is jaitlr regarded at one ot tbe Unrot land- 
icapes tt »t erer came to toJi ooaotrr. 

11. SALEATIS'S 

CHAPEL BY THE LAKE! 

KEITHS OUEAT PAINTING. 

THE CALIFORNIA ALPS! 

EBPUkTM'S 

ANDROMEDA 2 

CHAS. MAllL'i 

INDIAN LIFE IN CALIFORNIA! 

Two floe Cattle Pieces bj TROYON aad E.OBBK 
—aad DQmeroaa other great work*. 

AdmUiIon , as Cent* 

Oatslogaes, 25 Cents. 

*»- npr-r dailffrom 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.. »od from 
7 to 10 P. M. jtlllw 



Blankeis ana AOlannela* 

Well waabed and not spoiled, at the What 
Cheer Laundry. 



What Oaeer Laundry wa^ona 
Cell (or and deliver clothes In all pert* of the 
City. • 

New Furnierjins; Goods, 
Chesp, At the What Cheer Lanadry. * 



What Cheer Laundry 
lathe hfl=tL^ndrr(n Ban Francisco 



A Sportive Toanjf Man. 

A yoriDg gentleman in Missouri, for fan 
dreesed np like ao Indian and mads a de- 
scent oq tbe cabin of a quiet family. His 
joke w as discovered after the contenta of 
tbree rifles bad added to bis aroirdnpois. 
He didn't seem lo enjoy the lun very maob, 
though tbe family did keep him on ice tbree 
days, waiting the arrival of his friends. 

Cooking vs. Cremating. 

Twenty-five years ago tbere were fifty con- 
verts to Christianity io Madagascar. And 
now there are bnt ten. Tbe others have 
supplied the unconverted inhabitants of the 
iBland with fresh meat. What does Mr. 
Croly think of tbe chances of these digested 
Christiansen resurrection day? * 



Viae Young Han irora the Cast. 

",I'm a stranger In this oily, 
I'm lately from the Eaat, 
Am) mighty fond of oyetera ; 
Where can I get a feast ? 
I've been to all the restaurants, 
Bnt nowhere could I fluff, 
A plate ef Bat tern oysters, 
Of the old.fa*hioned klnd."j 

**;waU, I can tell yon," said his friend,; 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get tout oysters. 
Direct from where they crow. 
Jast wke a stroll down PINE STREET, 
At 419. opposite the Marftet, 
Ycn'l 1 eee & Blgn, 'TBE SADDLE BOOK, 
Yon can't tail to remark la. 

M Emerson Oorrllle keeps the place, 
The beet saloon In town, 
There yon can get your oysters raw, 
Or fried eo crisp and brown, 
lie's the lu-gest oyster dealer 
On tbe Paolflo Ooaet. 
And that he aeepa the freshest 
Has ever been blB boast. 

** He's got nice little prlvete rooms, 
Where yoa can alt at ease, 
And eat your Oallfomia atew. 
Or Eastern If yon please. 
Ail the yoong men ef tishJon go 
flight to the SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTEBK OYSTLB9' 
And drink their Bhe&lah hock." 



Great Barg;alna in Clothing: 

The only store in the clt j that bu tbe largest 
oheapeet and flneet usortmeat of Men'e end Bon 
Clothing, Is H. Peji'jr'a Mootgomerr ATtnne 
Olething Store. 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington »nd Jaeksoo. Also, a Urge assort- 
ment of Men's and Bora' Orereoata and Cloais, 
tnd the floeet stock of Geote' Fnrnlehing Goods, 
TYnnks. Values, etc %. x 



Mo<llcal Wonder 

Onree rhenmatism, bllUons paina, nearaJgla, 
catarrh, and minor aches andpalna. All Drag 
gists keep It. 3-b 

HcDowell, Show OsvrO. Writer 

Beady made a&d n-.d • to order. Boom 10 

506 Market street, cor. Post as4 Mnrtfceomery u 



TJss MamrniQ's Saxatj DrntsaiEa — best and 
cheapiit in town — at Orator House 67:2 Howard 
street, near Third. 5-m 



Deo? xh ass bsz Tcrrru akb Gaxb ax 
the Opera House Bv, adjoining the Osper* 
Hoa.-e, Fine Wines, Uqooae aod Cigaae. 2w. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PUBLIC_NOTICE. 

CENTREJARKET. 

Sutter and Dnpont Sts. 

THIS MAEKET WIU OPEN 

for busineis 
THURSDAY, July 16th, 1874, 

And will be Illuminated Thurs- 
day, Friday and Saturday Even- 
ings. C. E PETERS. 
iris-It 



CITY AND COUNTY 

TAXES. < 



NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN 

That a certi fled copy of the P«r- 
aonal Property A.sserament Soil of the 
City a&d County ot Sun Franelieo foi 
the Fiscal Tear, 1874-1875, hut this 
duy been placed la my bands for eollac 
tlon. and Taxes thereea ewe now dee 
and payable, 

Tnsu re mu 1 Bin c an pal d alter Ifoadaj 
the Tbls-d Amy of Avaaat next, will be 
dellnqtreut and Five per cent, added 
thereto. 

A- AUSTIN, 

Tax Collector, 
City and County San Francisco. 

i7l<-tanS 



TO H.3E3T. 

PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 

Carner ot New Hoaironiery and 
jAlselun ititct., 

B f THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT SEASONABLE RATES, POS 

Concert?, Leetnres or Mass 
Meetings, 

This Magnificent Batlding bu SutlOK Accom- 
modation (or 

3,000 PERSONS. 

Andieao constructed that evtry parson ia the 

Aadiloriam oa.o oe »Dd oear. 

For psrticulira apply to 

IIIERIDAI COKBTN A CO , 
SOS Montiromers Street, 
jeU Boo* 9. 



RECREATION. 



VALLEJ0, BENICIA, MARTINEZ, 
NEW YORK AND ANTIOCH. 

r JiO» ON AND A FTER BATUKDAy. 

E-* ■■' ~»" lOib, 1671, d.lli (bnnd«i. ax- 

cDubvu /, la. sL.ftm.r 

PART H ENIUS, 

CAPTAIN BTOWKLL 

Leave GolnR Ho. Anivs, Goine Down. 

San KraDti-co...3:3i)P. M. Arnro 10:30 A. M. 

Vallejo.. .. about 6:15 P. M Abont 6:4ft A. M. 

E Qicia....abom s.liP. M. About 8:16 A. U. 

Msrtio*c. aboar b/i'P.M. Abont Br-Q A. M. 

N.Y. LsDd.ng" 7 :45P.M. Abanb .. 6:5-SA.M. 

Anlioca,.AniT0 fc:lfj P. H. Lsavo 4t....6:i0 A.M. 

KxenrsloDlati vitttloa: Mount Diablo will find 
this tH BlOSt pluassnt routs, be m,j of MARTI- 
NbZ. ooooecHcg wlttl BBNNl£l"n LINE OF 
STAGE). PMRIH CADlll, 

iill-tl SIS Montgoaiery Street. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

C3B California Street, Corner of Webb, 

FOR THB. HALF YEAR ENDING WITH 
Jane 3j. 1874 » oivideod ba, besn declared at 
tbe rate of niae (9) par oectoer annual on Term 
Deposits and bsviu aad ooe-balf ("';) per oest on 
Ordinary Dspo»I r ", lr>* of Fadeial ui, parable 
onana a'Ur Jol> 13, B74. 

By order, LOVEJLli WHITE, 

j,6-lm. Oasbier, 




SPECIAL TXOXIOE. 



XI. MEISTTJES 

HAS RKMOY1ID FROM THE "BED LION" 
Balooo.No. lOGt-ary street, to too "Scotia" 

StOOD, 

Ho. C«a Saerameata Street. 

Wbich wiil herealter be better known aa the 

'Lion and Unicorn!" 

Tbe ''Old Sport" will always ba on bead to re- 
oeive his former patrons and friends, and serve 
tbe bsst brands of Wines and L qnors. Alao ez- 
bibitsflie ooilsouonot SoortioR Piotnres. 

•V-FREK AND EASY ever* WedneidaT and 
Sutnxdai Nigbt. Ohair will be taken at S o'uleok. 
i»7-tf 



-A. CARD. 

MB. S. H. MARSH, WHO HAS BEEN EN. 
gsged for maor veare givioe Musical Ioetrac- 
tiooon the Piaooforte. Harp and Singing, in tbe 
most di^ticgaUbed families of Europe. India, 

Anetrslia atd Ja jmd, begs to aonouooe bis inten- 
tion of reoe'vmg a limited onab-rof pupils dur- 
ing his residence id Saa Franoiseo. Having stud- 
l«d tbe Pibcofirte under Ries (tbe favorite pupil 
of Heet&ovao). J-ibn Oramer and Kalkbrsnner; 
tbe Hsro under Hocbsa, aod eiogiDg witb Ferrari 
iidf. Weleb; De bas Qsd toe bonor of producing 
a greater comber of brilliant aoa socomplisbsd 
pupil tbanfalU to tbe lot of mo«t Masters. Ar- 
raugpni silts ss to trail, etc , ca^> be rnsde bt l»t"- 
'«rp adrtreieed to the care of b L.LIS READ, ESQ., 
304 California street, or at Gray 'n Muaio btore. on 
OlayBtrtet. ban Francisoo. j Clm ' 



ODD FELLOWSVSAVINGS BANK 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



THE BOARD OF DIRF0T0B8 OF THE ODD 

Fallows' Savings Bank bav* daola* d a dividend at 
the rate of ci^e aed oo<>-'*ntb (9 1-10) oar cent, 
per annum on fERMANENl' DEPOSITS, and at 
the rate of seven aod toree-wn th* (7 3-10) per cent 
poraooona on SHURT DE°OST PS. for <be ssmi- 
aanual term ending June 39. 1671, pajabla on and 
after tbe XOtb last. 

JAMES BENSON, Seereiarr. 
Ban Franeisoo, Jnlj 13, 1674. jrl4-2« 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

OF THE 

German Savings & Loan Society. 



THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE GHR- 
man laviaga and Loaa Society havedeolared 
tbe dividend for tbe first balf-rear 1374 ending tbia 
date, at the > a « of eight aod two-fittna per cent. 
(3 3 5 per oeni.) P"r aannm on Term Depoii'-s and 
seven per cent. (7 p*r eent.) per annum on Ordin- 
ary Deposits, free of Federal tax. payable on and 
after tbe 16th day of July Ky order, 
jifi-tl6 QOE. LETTB, Secrelary. 




SUNDAY EXCURSIONS 

HoDdreds Aral log themaeWea of the Great. 

Iadcc-meD t* Offered by the B. P. & N. F. 
B. B. O '. to make one of the moat de- 

llebtful trips Id the counter, wh'.oh 

I - thn ug '■ the beautiful Sonoma 

rod Busman Blver Valley*. 

GREAT REDUCTION IN FARES. 
Sunday Excursion Tickets to 

DOSAUVE, 

PSTALTHA 

UElLDIBlBd, 

SAJTi BIISA, 

6KYSEETILLE, 
CtOVESDALI, 

SETSEBS t 

THB S. F. AND N. P. R. B. 00„ AT THB 
.aroest eolfolttttoa of its patrotip, as well aa 
tba Dabno R.D.relly. h.ve mad. a great reduction 
in I heir regal err. tee, hid inducement to Kxoar- 
eloDllte to make tbe most daiRhtfal. and, wltbal 
the moat oictnr, eqae end exciting trip to the 
Great Natural Wooder or tbia Ooaet, 

THE GREAT GEYSERS! 

Via Oloverdele. returning via Oallstoga. 

The Petrified Forest, 

Skaggs' and Mark West Springs. 

All reuoT^ed Places of report for pleaaure 

setters. S.F.4N.P. S, K.Oo. 

ooaneeta at Ulovardale witb 

VAN ARNAM a KENNEDY'S STAGE LINE. 



By this route von enjoy a double plearnie trip; 
a beautiful trio oi tbe day on tbe nttamer AI9TK- 
LOPii to Dooabue Landing, ajnt tben by tbe oars 
throogb the most beautiful and fertile valloya on 
the Oeaat. 

SUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS. 

For th* Rnsod TrlD, go^d till the following 
MONDAY MORNING, at tbe fol- 
lowing rates : 

To PetalDsna aad Ketn h Si GO 

'lo Santa Koia and Retarn..... .... 3 OO 

To Healdsbnro; and Bctara 4 OO 

1© Clovertlule and ltetarn 5 OO 

To Sftcagca' springs nud Retain , SO 

Round Trip Tlekete to the Gey- 
sera and return, via Cloverdule 

(Good to October Ulst) 18 50 

Geysers and retarn, via Culls. 

to«« 1« OO 

To the Geysers Bit ect O TS 

Oeyaera* via Oloverdaleto Catla. 
toga, to tbe Petrified Forest 
and reiarn to this city (Good lo 

October Slat) l« SO 

Bouno trip tickets to the Gereera good for aba 
season 1874. 

THE STEAMER 

ANTELOPE 
Leaves daily (Sundays expected) from San Fran- 
cisco at 2:30 r. M-,from Front Street Wharf. On 
Hnndais at 8 A, M. Returning, arrives In Ban 
KranoiBCoSoorlay evenkg. at 7 o'clock. Tickets 
on board the steamer. 

jr. a, GERDES, 

A. A. BEAU. SoA"- *•"• ""' T "" W ' A «""- 

GEKEttlL OFFICE, 
maZI-tf 4«« Montgomery Street. 

DAILY LINE. 




ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1674. THE UN- 
dereigned will run his regular line of eLx-horsa 
Oonoord Uosobes between 

Cilroy and Cifroy Hot Sul- 
phur Springs, 

Connecting with dally trains both Bortb and South 

Having rao this line for two yean without an 
accident ooouring, oe is oonndeot he can continue 
the Bimo witb safett to tbe public. 

Throagb Tickets to the spriogs from. San Fran- 
oiseo and all required Information mar be bad as 
COS Montgomery Street* and nt tbe Sac 

•lose Kallroad Depot, San Francisco. 

Private ooEveyaoce furnished by letter or tele 
graph. Aildress 

rV, M. DTIS, Gllroy. 
P. O. Box ao. or by W. F. A Oo. 

Bay your Through Tick ft ts and never be delayed 
on tbe road. apS-tf 



S. F. and JS. P. R. R. Co. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The Calif ornia Savings and Loan 

Society, 

No. 51« CALIFORNIA STREET. 

Guarantee Capital. $300,000 

THE DIHEOTOB8 OF THE ABOVE SOOrETT 
hav- derrlsred a dividend ef nine and elz- 
tentb« (9 6-10) percent, per annum oo Term De- 
pot i:s. aod -iibt (8) percent, p-r annum 01 Ordi- 
nary Deposits, for tbe term eodiog J ne 3Q.1B71; 
free from Federal tar, aod pajable on and after 
Jnl* 6. 1874. By n T d«r. 
jjB-lm. D. B. OHISHOLM. Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

CIO CLAT STREET. 



ATA MEETING OF ^t»E BO ^BD OF Di- 
rectors held July 7. 1874, a dividend w*« de- 
clared for tbe six meotos ending Jin* 30, 1874, at 
the rate of Eight aod Tvo-flf tbs (8 2-5) percent 
per annnm on all d»po'lf*. fi->» of Federal Tax, 
ds' able on and a f "* r Jnl» 15. 1S74. 
jyll-lm OYKUS W. O ABMANT.Caahi.r, 



PJ GATELY HAS BWMOVED FBOM 
• -Ol8 Ma'ket street to 7J0 market. (Orient 
Saloon) betnenn Kearoyaod Dopont etr»et where 
i- j will oin tin U6 to dieoenae theoQoiceat brands nt 
WineV. Brandies, Oigars, etc.. give him a call and 
tact what we a*y. jyll-3m. 



ON AND AFTER APRIL 13, 1874, THB 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt. Galloway, con- 
oeottng at Donahue Lancing with tbe oars for 
Cloverdala aad iutermfdi'te ptations will leave 
8»n Franotsoe daily from Front Street Wbarf at 
E:;io o'olook. Keturnia^ will leave Olovsrdale at 
6 1 H. ooooeotlDg at Donahue Landing with 
steamer, and arriving in Sau Francisco at U A M^ 
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. 
The steamar ANTELOPE will leave Front street 
wharf every Sunday morning, at 8 o'olook, oon- 
neoting at Donahue with oars for Peialnma, 
Haola Boas, tlealdaoarg. (Jloverdale. Returning, 
the train leaves Oloverdala at 2 o'clock. P. M., 
Oooueeting with «■ earner, arrivlrg at Han Franois- 
eo at 7 o'clock. Excursion tiakete at reduced 
rates. Ooooeottons made with stages for Sonoma, 
Dfeiah, Mendooioo and Olesr Lake. 

No freight oao be reeaired after 2 o'clock p. it 
For farther Information apply at Company's 
office, 4X6 Montgomery street. 

P. DONAHUE, President, 
F H- QBRDES 
ep22-tt_ Osneral Pasasngsr and Ticket Agent. 



(TRADE HARK.) 




CATARRH 



R.BME.D' 



IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 

For Sale JE-vea-y^vliere. 

CRANE & BRICHAM. 

■WHOLESALE AGENTS. jel-fc 



CO^nn Wanted a oerty to invest the above 
ty^Oyjyj. amoant, it will pay a retnro of from 
Ci(l UOO to S25.C0J in one year, the beat paying bmi- 
ness in 8ai FrsnotBCO. For oarticuUrs apply to 
S. Oorbyn A O., Agents 606 Montgomery "sreea, , 
Room 0, fiaa Francisoo. je2i>-tt 



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THCB3DAY JULY 16. 1871 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc. 

Opens Bowe. 

Ben Ootteo aod Billy Arllngtoa on tbe ends in 
Ibi flfit pirt aod in "Ibo tfleck Brir»d*." Weleh 
and Rice in io»ir oriemsl set "Off for Amenta," 
Bobby NewoomMn bn toinntibU socs *cd dtnce 
'Pretty Lit 1 1« M mnie, ' Bulr Sweetcam and oth- 
er* In " Wtston me Pedestrian," and oto«r*tir»c- 
tioas will be presented at thi» hoaee W-aight . 
Mafful-e'a New Theatre. 

Uita Jiflraya Lkwuapp'a-a to g>od adTaatige 
at toie hon.e is the role of Bote Fieldios, la toe 
powerfol melod ame of "The Willow Oop.f." and 
la, nukitiTSoid advances in pnblio t*vor. She ia 
ably aapLOii- d by Chtilee Edmonds, Hdwsrd Ai- 
aoai, John Hjw.oo. Mire Kate Brownm*. Miai 
Mary Well', Mra. Frank Bea, aod ctoeia wnose 
mmMipp aron oor first page. 
California Theatre. 

"3am" was played leal n'.gh*, aod caneed maoh 
imniemici. To night, te-morrow nigbb, and at 
tne Ratlneeon !-atnrdiT asd on Saturday night, 
Mr. boibern will epp.a- la Oia g-oteiqoe creation 
of Lord Dundreary la "Onr Araorioan OoBJin.*" 
gpiniih Dramatic Performance. 

The Ltqoe 6pst.i *b Dnisetia Oomp&cy will (ire 
a performance at toe California Theatre on San- 
der evening. Tbe entsmiotnent will eon-hl cf 
"Oabsno de Tom" ('TJecle Tom's 0*b£u* J and tbe 
afstrpteoeof "Los ParbiliUa-*. ' 
'The L,u La Sensation. ** 

The Palace Ampbltbeatre will opea on Friday 
night with able startling act, which comma of 
projeet'og a yonog lady from tbe groaod witb the 
speed of an arrow thirty feet ia the ai-. Tbe aot 
hae created ao immense sensation when v -r it has 
bsen done, both ia Europe and lathe In.;. Tbe 
Hollam Gagood aot, oatobing a res) cannon ball 
fired from a howi z»r, and also a minstrel and »i- 
nutj inted ode will ba given in addition to tbe 
great La La Senestior. Thrilling aitheaotls, 
we are) aiinred by Messrs. Hamilton and Obap- 
ntan, tbe tnsragar*, that there is absol ntaly no 
dasgerof acid en i a, bn: that tbe Wilted yonng 
lady will be oaught every time ia mid air, at tbe 
termiaatloa cf her sal j barney, by a nun 
iuspendid bead dowew.* -de from a trap Be, and 
tau part of toe a;t never failr. We sbonld hope 
not. An exhibition of mi* f«at took plaoe last 
nig at in tbe pretence of member a of the press and 
invuedgaeate, and wai a perfect soocesi. 
The Tableau of Ireland. 

J. t. Keely'aTebleaaof Inland, ag aad pano- 
rama of tbe Green Jelo, niil shortly be exhibited 
in this olty. J. R. Horee, the manager, is already 
hers. 
Bella Union Theatre. 

The performance at this bonse cooameooes with 
a bright Otat tart, this ia followed by an olio of 
tonga, acta and danoea. aod then the great com- 
edy ef "Dombey aod Son" is admirably played 
by James A. Heme, Mite Jennie Johnson, John 
"Wcodard, Otl Mandtnlle, Uiu Maggie M&gnire 
and others. After this there are more song*, acts 
and dances, and ibeeomio sketch of "Tbe. Hotel 
.Ranntra" terminates the even icg'a eater taLnment 
Buckley's New Variety Theatre. 

JohonyTnert and Harry Devoy in "Clameel," 
nllis Ida May in esrio-eomic aengs.Miaa Maggie 
Brewer, Frank Mortimora and Johnny Price in 
'TbeFellow that looks like me," aad others in 
TArtooa specialties, will snake op a good bill to- 
night. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

The great Inualemeot Feat, throwing 21 poign- 
ard» at a disrobed person, while tijioned to a 
plank, and tbe new pantomime "Los Iadisns 
Woodi.' are the extra attractions for Saturday 
and Sou day. A sea bear is on exhibit ion and tbe 
Oentary Plant is ia b loom- 

AJuroMTOii, jicitroi*-.— Uno o( xho moet 

•ctoplcve ooIIkuoci of tbe kind in the United 
Atttee, comprint* uandreds of oo.tly and beaa- 
■11 al wax node) a. is duly en Tlew (to gentlemen 
Icly) at tbe Museum oc MonLgomery street. An 
isrnr mar be nrollubir eoeat nsre. 

A rrlwed* 

Tbe French Opera Bonffs and ballet company, 
'"'om Lima, wltb whicb the prcjsctsd Aloaxir was 

to hare been opened, arrived yesterday by tbe Ar- 

zoaai from Panama. Their names hars already 

been pnbliibed in Fiaiao. 

Mile. Marie Gaagaln. 

Tbii very pretty and aoomplisbed dansense, 
who has for seme years been a resident of San 
Franoltoo, left for Ntw York by steamer yetter- 
dar> bha made ber last appearance on tbe occa- 
sion of the bsntQt of M . Deeohamns, at tbe Oall- 
•1 ortii Theatre en handay eyaciog, whea she made 
a great bit In the Gri tette Polka. 



TIMES. 

••Good timet, and bal timer, aod all timer, piea 
ever." 
Then cbe rlly bend t-> ihe eir ; 
ThroDfih depth and through shallow, thioagh 
calm sua through t rapes', 
Tbe bark Is still nearlng the shore. 

Soft woob tbe ipbjr and low langha the ripple. 
Warm elowa the rich 1 ght of the Ban, 

Bat eh, at his brightest he Blopeato tie west- 
ward ; 
Tbe g:od time Is over and done. 

Black rolls the billow, whit- fl ifibea tbe breaker, 
Fleroe and bitter the pitiless blast, 

Bat of ub own fury toe Btorm eloxe exhausted; 
The bad. lime Is oyer and past 

Onr ' times" we can neither font--H them nor 
rale tbem ; 
Let as face Lhazn, hOTsver they cceqe ; 
Pray God for one tine hand tj claap through tbe 
hours. 
Till nlfht brirg» Tja baTsn and borne. 



Spiritualism. 

Materialism is the prevalent belief ia 
Melbourne, Australia. Foet-ir, Ihe medium, 
on bio Tieit to that city, met with mere op- 
posit.oo from this cUee of people than from 
the chuTCb people. Since be Itft a Mr. Jthn 
Tyerman, has been delirering a Btriea of 
lectures on Spiritualism which have been 
well attended. A local paper gives a synop- 
sis of his remarks aafollowt: The object of 
tbe lecture was to show Ibat tbe phenomena 
of mod- rn spiritualism are not new, but fta 
old aa the Bible, because they fere paralleled 
by tbe phenomena recorded in the Bible. 
Spiritualism ia of profound importance to 
the Christian, beciuse it explains and ren- 
ders credible meny of the facts on wbicb 
Christianity is founded; and it is of gieal 
signiucarjce to tbe mattrialist, because it 
proteges lo give a practical demonstration 
of tbe continued and conscious existence of 
man after he has departed from this life. 
Spiritualism professes to answer the ques- 
tions which the human heart asks respect- 
ing the condition, occupations, and capaci- 
ties of departed friends. As an organized 
movement it was new, but m all other re- 
epecta old— that ia to say, events ahologous 
to those occurring now are recorded in the 
Bible as baviog occurred in ancient times. 
The spicitoalism of ocr day waB not identi- 
cal with tbe divinat on and necromancy pro- 
hibited by Hcsss, and even if it were the 
Mosaic prohibitions are not binding upon 
Christiana. If tbe prohibition be carried 
ont at all, it ought to be carried oat liter- 
ally, and, therefore, Christians ought to 
alone spiritualists to death. Jesus violated 
tbis prohibition by talking to Moses and 
Elijah; aod what the Master did, His fol- 
lowers may do. The ltctnrer discussed these 
topics at length, contending that the in- 
vestigation of spiritualism waB perfectly 
lawful. He then showed that Id ancient 
times, according to biblical account?, many 
of the phenomena of spiritualism, such as 
trance speaking, impreaBional and direct 
writing, tbe levitation of human bodies, 
Bpirit lights, spirit voices, and the presen- 
tation of spirit forms occurred, and in sup- 
port of this view he descanted at great 
length on the marvellous occurrences re- 
corded in the Bible. Hib lecture was lis- 
tened to by a most intelligent audience with 
earnest attention, and evidently made a 
deep impression on many of bis hearers. 
*> 

A. Bi£ Boot. 

Because a Bt. Louis paper said something 
about "ihe boot of public indignation,'-' the 
jealous Louisville Courier Journal must go 
and say: "On a St. Louis foot euch a boot 
would b« capable of kicking tbe stuffing out 
of a range of mountains." 



Mannsers 
Of Amusements, Excursions, Lectures, and 

•Concerts, are directed to the Bplendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F. Sterett, 532 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, in Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
out in the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc. 
printed to 6oit the moet fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of every shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain white pap^r. Streamers of various sizes, 

-from 18 to l^lnch letters, in stock, of all colors 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially invited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by he 
present proprii-tor in 1850, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation ever since. 3-cj 

Imperial Mnk .Puiicn. 

Tbe bett of beveracea. Try it, Made and 
■old only ly ii a L. YTacgaman, at his sympo- 
elac of tine Wines, Liquor* and Segars, corner 
of Leide 3 and Bailee* streets. Superb Hot 
Lunoh fruia n to i. K, B.— Stock reports 
telegraphed directly from the Board especially 
- or this saloon, 2z 
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Oo Not Sutler irom corns. 
The unfortunate snaerers from Corns, Bun- 

'ons, Olub and Ingrowing Kails, can find Instant 

relief by applying at D*. E. H. Cowan's Inst]. 

tote, 310 Kean-7 street, from 1 to 6 V.M. We 
*s<w«k from experience, having tested the Doo- 

. jr 'a wJBJUal!, Belereaoaa givq Urequireo.. a 



O vat era. 

In strolling round the other nl^ht. 

To look at 'Frisco by gae light, 

uor careless feat, by chance did stray 

To wnere a fountain's ceaseless pl&* 

Of sparkling waters, made a screen 

Through which a sweet bouquet was seen r 

While mossy stone and pearly shell, 

O'er which the waters softly fell, 

Saade that winaow seem to be 

dome fairy grotto of the e*a. 

(Stop," Bald my trieon, '"-' 1 Rt- id here^ 
ft loots 30 Hire — ind trr 'fcclr 3j«w. ;jj 
"All right," I said, ••! mast ti?r©e 
, Thai this place suits me to a 'T,'" 
So sooner had we found a sett 
Than at onr side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked onr wish— 
bald they nad almost any disk 
That we tnlgnt name. We found It true, 
and cc-JitdtnaffmJictnUy, tec; fllflfl 
all kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Coo if -A every style; JupC think of that, 
And if your moutb don't water, then 
Ton're difTer«nt from other men. 
They'd clam s and crabs and terrapins'^ 
Id fact, v « found they had within 
Tl-at cosy place oil fciudpof game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we could name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Preparad to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladle». too, have found, 'twoold seem, ' 
That they have hert-tbe best Jce cream; 
Bo liere they flock, the tittle sinners, 
To get what they call "a-i;h niet- uinners," 
Whoever docbte '.his let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bu?h, 
And there this truth he'll find madei>laln! 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouse, 337 Bnsh street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Nigel 

OHABLES HAAiLE. Proprietor, 



If one wishes to pass an hoar or two pleas- 
antly at th9 gams of billiards, no pletsanter 
place can be found in tee c t? t Jtn Chapman & 
TerruTs E- 1 aid Parlor, Nottheabt corner 
Ba:h and Eearnv stree's entrance 'on Bash, 
From the window a good view can be had of 
two ol cur busiest ttreit; Bush and Kearny. 
Local Option not In fcrce; for the best of 
Wines, L qoors and Cigars, are served at tbe 
bar for 1:H cetts. 6-i 



Dental Worb. 

Fob vikzst Quanrrr or wokk, go to T. 0. Jes> 
nip, dentist, cor. Sutter *ud Moatgomery, over 
TucEer'fl. 1UD 



CENTRE MARKET. 

Grand Opening To-day ! ! 

ILLTU»TIOI 

Thursday, Friday and Saturday 

ETEMJiOS. 

WHO OCCUPY THE STALLS. 



The Centre Market was opened tbti morn In,™, 
and the proprietors of the various stills were 
&Q!-.t busy by the throng of purchasers. The 
market presented a splendid appearanoe, the 
stalls being will supplied. There will be a 
grand lllnmlnttlon tt-alght, and the public are 
invited to attend. 



The premium statu lacd 2 are occupied by 
Abe Kewmsn, Superior beef, mu;ton, smoktd 
and oorned beef always on hand. 



Hepburn has opened ttall a, wi'h freth men's 
of all kinds. Families and restaurants top- 
piled on the shortest notice. 



Stall 36, Holm & Boyle have a splendid assort- 
ment batter, eggs, cheese and a general assort- 
ment of fauc; groceries. Goods delivered free. 



Stalls 8\ 63 and 81, Wood & HaTmlfau.have 
opened thtir stalls; wholesale and retail deal. 

>.xi in poultry, game, Lutt;r, eigf, etc., deiiv- 
ered free. 

' Stills ;9 end 4j are occcpt-d by Ker'in ft 
Hasiari 1 , ciealers in fruit, vevetib ei-, etc., O 
tee b-st aod frtsbe-t. Doilvered free of chirgp. 



Stall 8, m&kes a magnificent show of fresh 
meat'. L Zlmmerm&n & Co. b>v<s one ol t:o 
nicest itill- In the market. Heetauxanls and 
f mi lies will fisd it to their advantage to glre 
them a call. 



Love k Splndal occupy stall 37, wltb a supa- 
rior stock of batter, chesee, eggs, hams, ouzea 
Xralu, etc. Orders promptly attended to. 



Bobert S. Beardon has removed from the Oc- 
cidental Market to stall 70. He la noted fox 
having the btst quality of meats. 



John D. CoQibiiD, stall 6, supplies meats In 
large quantities, in good style, to ships, hotelf, 
soardlDg houses snd families at the lowest 

nurktt price-. . 



Stalls li and 75 are ttkeni y iheplooeer Poul- 
try and Same dealers, St4gman & Strastex. 
The finest Poultry and Game,* and the Frtshett 
Butur and Eggs In the city. 7-n 

Bohtos Otetke House.— Xi. O.Pratt hss open- 
ed stalls 89 and 9D In Centre Market. Oysters 
la every style. Chops and S:eaks of tbe choicest. 
Ladles private rooms up stairs, 7-i 



Stills 91, 92 and 93, hive been opened by Ao- 
der on & Marshall as tha Ling Branoh oy.tr 
house. They are among the olde. t oyster men 
in the city. 



Swain's orlglnU bakery has opened a msgnl- 
ceot pltoe at 213 Sutter strett, near C .ntre Mar- 
ket, and has added a lunch zoom and lee cream 
saloon. This ia their only pi >ce of baslutas. 



sStraw'fjexrXeej : Strawberries 

The MatlneB Fruit Store lo9 BuBb, is'the place 
to obtain your nice, irash btrawberries. Parties 
pstionlzlng us will hi piomptiy attended to, 
and can rest assured that their Berrloa will he 
Bent home In good condition, as we have • 
light spring wagon exprecBly forf-.&t purposp. 
By leaving your address cur wagon will call tor 
orders every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of troable. Give as a trial, 1-r 



Job Giusta's Bestaurant, at 105 California 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
the publis as a place where nice Chopp, Port r- 
Hoaee Eteake and Oysters la eve y s:yle could 
be had. A short time slncp, Mr. Glusta made 
an addition of a whole floor to his place, so 
that he c, uld accommodate families. Hie res- 
taurant, as now constructed, can well be called 

■ £M "' y ""»" »■•«■ «■* 

Spring; Style Hats. 

Light, beautifully finished and Rracefol la 
shspe, tbe sew Spricg style of Hats manufac- 
tured At "The" Hat Store, 6*7 WasblDgton 
street (second hat store below Kearny street). 
Is juBt the thing to make a msn look a hundred 
per cent, better. Don't wear a shabby old hat. 
Goto **Tae Hit S.ore" for a new one. Prices 
reduced. m ■ 3-v 



Music Hath Cliarms. 

Plauoa tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices arid satiefa.t on guaranteed, by one that 
understands »he busineae. Also, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc. Orders left 
at 75* Market or 54 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by O. W. Morgan. a.v* 



VFae&lngReturrn.a in On* Day 
And we never disappoint, at the What Oheer 
Laundry. No Chinamen employed. * 

Preih and Swsnt. 

Far tbe beet confectionery, gt to Oxnty and 
Warner*!. 1H7 Montcnmerr St. aear Rnttr- v 



PERSONAL. 



MRS. M. J. FARRELL. LADIES' HA1R- 
dreeser, late of Doherty's Hair St re, b a* re- 
moved to Ito. vu Kearny street, op stairs, rooma 
94 aod 25. All kinds of hair work msde to order. 
fe)2-lm 



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S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Boobaellere and, ■ttf»tlon*re, 

H. H. Moore. Wit Alontgomsry. near Uerchank. 

ISntchers. 
Eats, Fred. Btalla 94 to 100. California Uaxkai 

Bemtlstsj. 

H. F. Pope, 6 Ment«omery St-reot, 



iBntBi Hnlr. 

BBBBsil 



©FIEA HOUBS. 



GREAT SUCCESS OF 



.S'age M'nsper 



MAGUIRE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS.," 




H.TP I'lH.ST. 

OVERTDEE 

MAriY *1U!>N 

MRS I- SHK WuUtD AND THEN *ux, WOOIDNT.:... l»;';i 

Will, You i"iat ro Mtur lit-, dabliss 

HAOKLE l;ACKLE..„ . 



16 



OROHEBTRA 

G. W. HARLtr 

...BKN cor row 

W F. KAKER 

..BILI.Y ABLINOlMN 
J. Q. RUSSELL, 



Grand Finale THE BLACK BRIGADE 

<OTTO.\. iKUJOTOV MIKPHI AM) COXP1NT. 

3E»^2k.H'» S£SCOND: 

Messrs. WELCH and RICE in their Original Act, 
0^»3Fi FOR AMiERICA! 




BOe ikXVO JX£A€D, 



UTJKTIKE.. 



llllllltSTEA 



To Oosolnde with the Comio Sketch of 



JOB ttft Pi 



mm 

BILL WESTGV (p r0 ni Alam.fl. Oonoty) ..,.„ BILLY RWRATVAW i 

BIl.L SIMPSON lOn.mpioa W.lk.r of too VIII,.,) .. . ' BUT? »>lo» 

B H? p rnn°- A ^ ll ,fc°^ , * 1 *rR , :r' , «''r eB '" ) ~~:::::±oSA2Z*a *$% 

TtIK (jfJUuiEK (WDo i rmneil B lii'-e ) , p i AnMI-J 

TuMPKI%> (LiDdlord of tD« Uottlj ,. OON T MITRPHT 

'rift llae U'btk) n • smfnwnnn 

ELIZABEia JKNNIE SdERMAN 



SUM RICKEY, Waster BARNEY and Miss LULU DELMAY! 



PIPER'S 8PERA HOUSE. 

JOHN PIPES PBOPBIETOt^ 

^1 

THIS ELEGANT THKATRE OAK BE RENT. 
ed by tbe night or week. Stare acr travel- 
ing oompaniee Liberally treated witb on nrplicatioo 
to JV1CN PIPEE, 

Manager and eole rtunn. Lor 
«rto 3. H.HeOAHB, 
jn2Stf SiiZ Bash street. San Francfsoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

f 8ACBAH£!VTO, 

BY THE NIG3T, WEEK OK MONTH.FROM 
April 1st. For terms, apply at the Theatre, 
or by letter to W. K. MORROW, Proprietor, 
Sacramento. 
N. B.—l hayenoaathorrzed Agent anywhere. 
mb24-lf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AS JO-K, (ALL 

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND NEWLY BEKO- 
r*ttd Tbeatra ia to be let bj theJSlgbL Week 
or Mootn, .trE.son.ble terms, 
apdt-tt G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL HIUSEtM 

And College of Hedlclne. 

1(\ f\fi(\ BEADTIFUL AND INSTRUOl 

11/iVuU We objoete to be aeen. Qpea to th' 
Pnblle DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HA1J 
VIS AioattfOmery street. FOR MEN ONLY-, 

ivDb. Jordan's Pbitatb Office is at ai) 
Geary etreet (opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACT'NB 

ELOCUTION AND DEPORTMENT. 
L1D1ES PBEPARKD for the STAGE 

PRIVATE THEATRICALS AND AMATEUR 
performances direc*d, by a lady and rentte- 
raar, of more than ordionry ezoerienoe. For par- 
ticalare apply to MR. J. U. McOABE, 

- Theatrical Agent, No. 3U8 Basb htreet, 
delO-tf San Francisco. 



THOa. W. BREE & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers s 




UiXTSg ACTUS ER8 

— A«l>— 
3EPA18EJ18 

— AND— 



Cold and Silver Platers. 

■arL«*4one glreo on tbe Banjo and Drum. **» 
MiboIOr* STREET, between First and Second. 

N 8.— Fine-toned Silyer Solo tlanjoe tor Pre 
•Utort*). alware on hxad. ^a!5 tf 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES. 




SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. 



GEORGE MATES, 
: jgAjL^yj^jsijRSjOijAjjs^^^T 



1 



McD A KIEL'S THEATRE 

CHEYENNE, WYQM1N0 TERRITORY 



OPEN THE TEAR ROUND WITH A FIRST ' j 
clang Variety Oompoay. Variety Artlitt 
oomlrgEaet can at all times seoore First-Olain 
engasemtntfl. Maat be artiste of acknowledged • I r. 
ability andhaTe good wardrobe. None otbers need: ' J 
apply. Address JAMES UoDANIEL, 

-xjimtMi m~t ■ Proprietor, 

Look Eoi No. 1, Oheyenoe, "Wyo.Ter. jel I 



nna 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOUSE, 

CHEYENNE, WYOMING TERRITORY. 

BIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS BEB* ' 
ceotly refitted aod decors ted, First. olsii 
Dramatic Compaolei or Dramatio Stare coming 
East will be tnated liberally upon application 
either by telegraph or in person. Addiess sal 
commnnioation& to JAMES MtfDAtflEL, 

f *." *^~^ Proprietor, . , 

Look Box No. 1, Oheyena ,Wyo. Ter. all 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES. 

Sixteenth St., Cheyruee. Wyoming, 

JAMK W ALLKN ; Proprietofi 

JOHNW. DUNNE bosinees Manager' 

HARRY SPRIGGb Stage Manager* 

HASJTJ8T BEE N RETITTlB 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter Sea- 
ton with a nrst-elass Company, erobraoiog Harry 
Sprlggs, toe great oharaoter aotor; Harry Lor- 
r^ine. Hilly Forest, Mr. J. W Doane, UlN iSf) 
HsiL Mies Minnie Davia, Misd Nellie beymoW, 
Miss Jennie Logan, Frank Holley, George Tobler 
acd Oharles Miller, and a lull and eihuient ON 
ohestra. 

mj~ ii&dy talent ooming East oan always eeooM 
engagements by applying to J. W. ALLEN, Pro- 
prietor. GOOD SALARIES PAID. seii+Ja 



McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

ciiiijisji;, »ioj,is«, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

■9-Talent going East will find ft to their adrsc 
tage before ltaving California to correspond wiUl | 

JT. McDAMEL, 
tnv9 Look Box No. 1. Oheyenne, Wyoming. 



The Celebrated Pan Roast 



Either California or Eastern OysterB, 
Oooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'S, 

Stalls 57, 53 snd 59 California Mtrket.' 
(lintraoco on Pine Street,) 
99^- iamilies and ReBtanrants enpplied at short 
notioe. del7-lm 



*0 



MORACHAN& LYNCH. 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMS eotf all kinds- 
of Snei'. Fisb. Stall 63 Califormafl 
Market, San Franciaoo. lptrn Day" 
and Night, t amiliea, Pabl-0 and Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels. Shlt-ping and 
Restanr*nta sopolicd. 






J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH 

Cor. Second and Teboma etre«te. 

eVTerrapm convtantly on hand 

fOyatera In e»e*y etTle. PRIVATE 

feSTJPPER ROOMHP^R PARTIES 

deo Sl-tf 



MANNING'S OYSTER GROTTC 

Resort of tlie ite^peoiabiliiy. 
AQQ PLNE ST., below KEARNY. ^^ 

Ma n n | ng p a n BnaS tttlV 




CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



CALIFORNIA TDBATR1. 



*Gto\ 



3L.X7C9X7-B3 

Spanish Dramatic Comp'y 



Sunw»jr 


B*e«in». 


•luh 


19th. 


1 ha area* T r«w Cms 


... 

i mi* 






BELLA UNION THEATRE 

■Leare* |Vre*M ia* 

' "' i n ••««• »f u< DattianMM baWlu, 

Mr. JAS. A. HER1YE. 

w.o Mil I IH » m 
CA.PTAXN OOTTIjS. 



CABANA Dfl TOM 




O I_ei 



E8CUVITUD DE LOS NEGROS! 



*asK io 



JBIT 



THEATR 

HH 

mrniinr 

ffl. l«T KM 
BHtrsTs-.".. 
■lim AaAAA* 

uaiM»n 



PESA HOW 

IlltlliWill. 



1H(M Will 4PTX 

1 » -La We 1 . Ae tl alco Ir.rla,«,. 

K.-Uo>u>lrlatUTiTta. 

k-lllMlnlM. 

»* -LMMllKt^milllM. 

h-huUkwiM. .8 

««■ -!>■»«» a. t«a» , m ■ «*i oi^ait 



■ «ri»Tt »L DBA HA 

tmi iim Arto»» 

BltftA ImIiiiI ASA. rBABGttaA DB LDQCB 

UIXIIUU .. .. tOLIBtD A. Lt'QUK 

*." JISUS IT.mHOIZ 

B*»IQT'« MHO Dl 11 A1IOJ IBMlm,), (OOLFO LCQUE 

1IJ4DUH BIB.P KB. MARIABO Llyl B 

JOHI li.'j. .._ JHIIO Itxill 

■ BLAH) T rBWPBlBTABIO HABRU FKR.1ASU.Z 

HUBBRI *irilir 4* Mim> 

IIUI 

TOM i iHIm VUlaj ARTKACA 

I»0»»DJ BBBIQDS 

SBBOALI fffra;r.OeAke»> .. ALTO 

BtBHOB .,<«itC,.i», AJI1UM0 

OOMUAUu iTam.Iv) ...RUiZ 

btt«w».OmnUim. Fm^ imi.4* IiCdbput. 

To BMlo »e wllk tbe LaojU »bl« Alt t piece of 

LOS PARBALILLOS 



A«J rrUa, M ".lira., Iftimi. Jnl, III. ui Mta. AAA, liliHil Mall..., MB »H0I«1 •• 

JLaOT\7Z> ID TTI*ffI>Fl.EIA.mr. 

Bi ora 






£ac<uutracted by Mr. Bothern and Now Play«d ia Pour Act. Instead of Three. 

LORD DUNDREARY MR. 8QTHERN 



••Or***..! -oar POWBtT AUD lure, «rfl .... i. 

- • -■>• 4m^ to ia« wttvd ui if«t for U. M.U » 

L.-A.ST ISTIC3-HT 

or 

DOMBEY AND SOST 

THIS EVENING JULT 11 

Tb» PerfOrmeM* Will rofcaRiaor* W1U tit* 

MALE AND FR1ALE MlNttTKKLN, 

te.t-m.. CA]. ■ ABPBTltt.BIBo... ...WATT. BBU.T 

IBTIkLODK. 



LlIOT T.BBOB ... 

o o6f IV 



K'i»»«r tai-kiax 




. _ 



WAI.i.R M IKW.n 
... ....« J BUOKLIY 

.T I' 



_ T*BK->UARI> 

M.RY M-RIPIMI 

MRS. ■l/lMruUBtSlROiOil ... 





: : 



i II * \ »: t 

)L»nN WI!,80H 

n ■ k -tint I.K -CM 

II MKSTAYrk 

II MAITHRWH 
Mho BII.IK WILroB 

. MlSa .Pr Nf IF < Bff 

. MHI. u. B. oaUNDBHB 

.. .Hhl CARRIE WYAn 

MISS Hlipili) WaI.'OB 

MISS K KTAHI.MV 

.118 T. RIANLXY 



TWEHTT TEAR. AGO. 



Duriug the Piece Mr. So then, will read Brother gain's Letter, 

Received MiaViy with t".t napr^'fleniM ctiEpllmont of a Triple Encore. 

MONDAY EVENING JULY £0 

The Cbermlag end Poerleti OomBdltmnf, 

LOTTA!! LOTTA!! 



Will pnHIl her TWO FIOTUBES trom DICKERS, 

LITTLE NELL and THE MARCHIONESS, 

In Jobn Brougham a dramttii.tioa from Dicksot* Korsl. 



THI OiD 




The fcTEIN WAY P1AMO nsed on tbU occasion Is klodly lo.n-d by M. GRAY. 



r«Mic •*•■ 

■•HBI »«4 DaVa* 

•to*a .., 



Mxre KcUr 

. .Ha.*1* ItklMH 

HMI'' It Cl»lr 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

. MB.rtJ.TiU. And.. 



Atltl wblcb -111 bsprcdn^d its QiMt 0oniw4r lot 

ACIS. 0( 

DOMKEY and SON 



r.pT. rtTTit 

Mr. D.n.b.r. ..J. W. Bqdiw 

W*lr*r Gsr 

Bo. tbo On-d#r 

.luck Bao.t>* 

BrOlliT 

MOAN AirPEK 

Kdltb OriP(*r 

Klorvoe* Dorobty 

Mrs, BkwBilOD 



. .Mr. JAMM A. nCMR 

m 5.1. Oil. |. BirtoD 

T. Dr.. 

8an- tUbltiioa 

'M Mind. »ill. 

John W*>M»fd 

..him JKNJ.1C a-DNatm 

M.Mto M«*iir- 

MiM Um Prooior 

Fanny Ho«k*r 




. FOTJR OLD MAIDS- 

E.Hr Burton Soajm.fB Ao1 Drat 



■erl*-CoBBle fieaaa Msajsle St. Clatlr 

aom and Daaea Snala Itohlaaoa 

Ballad ....Loniif ■a>BH«ra 

To oonolQde Tlth the Oomlo Sketch of THE 

Hotel JFLio.ri.ia.ers. 

Uoaraotars by Karroo, TOllr, Bra*. MardatlUa, Arotaar, 
MatEia K.Uf and Compact. 



VARIETIE* 

mi, Kl»^» 



Fill B* 10 ", 

ttSSSS 

si* 
T BD, 



,„UH, 



,d Pen BO' 



>ai 



"THE VILLA," 

AltAaHaw * 

GOLDEN GATE PAJiK, 

Tb.Boi.diDf ha*tog ]ott baaa complatad. !■ 
avow Uirowa op«e u> ■□. pnoila. Tba boaaa u ala- 
r-iafc*d. aod ba. 

> our Publto Parlors, 

— AJTD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

Tba trboka b«lo< bo I It. n.t Uka a pnWio bota! 
bat u u la aaaaad 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tba Villa" la leaalad at tba last or aorth-»att- 
aro rata of tba Pirk. 
Kptooraaa BraabfaaU, Dino.ra aod Bappan 
i oq tba abortaat ooUca. 



CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPKIBTOR. 1,-10 



FBES A.I*r> EAST 



AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAID 

.AliOON. 

■•. BBS HOBAMKIU BTKF.KT, 

(Known u th« eHIOAOO BBKB DKPOT,) 
Br«rj Bntnrdar Krinlnf «t B o'clock. 

CITIZKBS IB OENBSAL. AND ALL AD»- 
tr.llAD, And h.w Z.il.nl.r, Ara loTlUd U, 
•KAoa. tad at* AAanrad of a baA.Lp weloa ..a AnC 
•oaAabM,. aaapIIaIUOT LUHOH aorr-d a,an 
"f£f» <»••••«- OKU. B. AUbTIN, 

wl - u Propnolor. 



Attention, Good Lirers! 

MB. r. BBTWraB. FOBBKBLT 
proorlalorol 13a Hman' Baa- 

iWS,'- S?* W"- V 1 ?. "■••Mamant 
Of Doto toa Mioera' RaerAnrant OB 

OomimaroiAl atraat and too Mlo«n' 

B»aa«j».ob MarkMAUaaA. Our Billa of Fan 

.,* ln 2~t! *U « b i«.4»liOA«laA ot ti. AAaaon. On 

■ ottals "Good Ifara, Oood Oooking and BlodamU 

: MTNERS'VI?fy n.ANT. 

«ai aod KSS OoaaaroiaL trf 

7«t» Harkat airoaa. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAS. L, STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Bataaan Oallforofa and Pins. 
This alag ant raaort, baa lately beeo eolargad, as 
now oootaioa i new BotoI tables. The beat Liqaoi 
aod Olxara at tba B»r. Fire large flaalr fomlsbai 
rooms, for olnba aod prlTata parties om thalr owi 
terra • asd rolaa. j*7-3m 



Grand Duke Alexis 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROORAMMB In 
•rar, Tbaafcra aod la eTet, place of imaii. 
aaaot In Saq Vraaoiaco. 



Om rom S A.M. to 10 i.sl 



BATHS 



&9 



^SAN FRANCISCO 

ARD 

Hairdressing Establishment. 

BhiiTinK, ?& oaots. Hair Oot- 
- lax. So oanta, Bbaaipooio*, tf 
•uts. Madioatad Satba. JOflA OKKIf. 



P. H. McCANN. 
PRACTICAL BATTER, 

No. »» Tklrl BlroM 

SOlKMIl afntkit and Mlral^ atn.bl. 
I HAVBJOBTBBTDRBroraoilTBEBAfiT 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!' SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, IIIOflSlER SEA LIONS. 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Sappers. 

BRING YOURWIPKl 

BRING YOUR FAMIXY! 
BRING YOUR aCAIIY FRIENDS 

AadeajOTaTiew of tbs floeat OOKAN PANO- 
RAMA IN f UK WUHLD, all io sifbt of 
tba aotid-reao>*nad 

Golden Gate. 

With a Qeot of wbitQ«w>Difed measaDEers in Unci 
from arerr part of the ooaiOAaruiial world. 

■•-New Una Boisea, ooooeotlog witb Btreat 
Oaraat Lone Moaoialn ararr U minates beruaftai 
for toe OlifT Sooaa jyl-tf 




To the 



Unfortunate, to the lovers of sonc 

AND SOCIAIb JCKJOYHKNT. 



_ exla Ties, >ootob Ooogreaa Qaitera and b'noob 
Ties for Gfot. aod Boyo. ia at, P. Kelij'*, the 
Pnri Bootmak*>r. 

4« *,-i».f ■ of tba abavre goods now in store, and 
will ba aold at, Eastern priest. 

ParsooB ra Biding to tba ooootirdealrooiof ob- 
tain l ng p.r* eot Qttiog Boots aod sboes, can a«od 
for P. Kolls'a O-ronlar.oootainfog bis new matbod 
of eelf-meaenrement and lietof oaatom prioas. 

Prize Bootmaker, 

HO. 335 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, HontgoPir, and Koorny. 
J.2S 



S. W. DERMIS, 

Dentist, 

HAS JUST REruRHKD F«OM 
tne KA.t and raaom.d toa pr.otioe 
of nil profoH.ii ju, At nla former offloo. 

SB KKAKHT «THUT, 

Bam Fbakckco. m, 



319 BUSH STREET, 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THI8 HOOBB, BEING OBNTBALLY ^. 
loeatxd, near all tie principal Hotels, •at-fr 
Rastaaruat aod places of Anosemaot, Ql 
atrsnger. can Ood good, oomforuble, pleaa. J ^ m 
nt aod alflKant roams at ratvaonabla prion. 
oo2*-tf 



f\R. 0.0. O'DONNKLL, Office ard Rssld.M 
" »"5KssriAir,near Jsagaoo. op stairs. Grad- 
natoof Dartm_o_atb Ooll*ga. and late Burgeon in 
tbe U. ». AriDj. Traats ofBos pnttants for a faa 

a-waffatejraa-ajs -war* 



POR 

A NEW TA OOTAVE 



fSJ^TLMlBS. 



PIANOfWp 



UK, OIBBON'I DJUrJCNSABT. 

NO. *83 KF.ARNY STREET, GOB* 
oer of Oommaroial, 8an FrBDOisoo 
Entraoce on Oommeroial street. Katab- 
llsbed In 16M, for tho treat m on t and 
care of all diseases of tbe urinary s-od 

generative organs, and all pbjaioal oon- 

dniuua or weaknesB oonseqnent npon tba error* 
or ignorsnoe of toe sexes, bkin disease (of years' 
standing) aid olo.ratod legB Baoceeflfally treated. 
Tbesiokand tbeaflTioted anooid not fail to call 
npon him. Tbe Dootor has traveled extenalTalj 
in Europe, and inapected tborongbly tbe Tarions 
boBpltafs tbere, obtaining a great deal of valuable 
information, wbiob be is competent to Impart to 
tboBu in need of bis servloes. Dr. Gibbon will 
mako no obarge unless be effects a care. Address 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1^7. Uan Franoisoe. 
noAW-ti 



Hiving made inltable nit orations for conducting 
ft Urat-olaea FEUK AND FAo V at ibe 




PROGRAMMES, 

And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c. 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. F. STERETT, 

532 CLAT STREET. 



DR. WILUAB S. DAVIS & G A. CASE, 

DENTISTS* 




$AL00N, 



606 MISSION nr NEAR SECOND. 

We iotan i rnoolng It si of yore— Snclsbilityal- 
waraonr motto, Politeness and Fair Dialing oar 
rale. Grand op»ning Bstnrdar M« 3t)r.o, 16*74. Free 
aod £asr evarv S.torday dorlog the s*a*oa. Oar 
old pntrone and the pnblic Id geooral are cordially 
inviti-d. Obair tskxn by our old Ubairman MS. 
F, PlllLLIPd at 8'olook sharp. 

)A(JI,IH A WILO. 



California Ahead of the World 



WOOLEN_ GOODS. 

THJE UNDERSIGNED IB IN RECEIPT OP 
Blankets, Flarjnels, Horso-BlankatlDg, etc. 
diraot from the MLNb, and will Bull in lots toenlt 
Depot, (UI New Montgomery a-troH: 
nn28-8m GEO M. MAIN, A|r«nt, 



99 Mont|f>mery Btr««t, 
Opp. Dick House. 
Dentistry in all its braoohBB.'Iat rsasooablo ratOf. 
mb30-3m 



SOLD at a BARGAIN, 

Oq Aeoon t of dapartnre from tha State. 



Onll, or Addrasa 

'FIGARO" 



S32 



Merohaut 

malS-if 



OFFICE, . i 

Sit. 




Mkohim U»^in«rA. 



CLAY -STREET 

RIDING AC&DEMT, 

8S» Cloy Street, oor, 
Btoeklori. 

This is tbe most clerant 
And commodious Ridicg 
AoAdam, in tin, oity ; open 
dA, and areniBo-. Partifl. 
nlur attention paid to 
ja27-6n 
A. MA«8HALL. Proprietor. 



3b<XTJ«9XO TAUG-HT. 

IBBTBHCmOU OW THE PIANO. 
.AAoitar, Aooordaoo, water and On;,... . 
Painting At prloaa to loll olroaDAiUooaa. fimltt 
LMvenwortfc. batmen Wear, and O'Varrall fcvw. 
tbrotta-h u arab. flrat home: pnpiU withont In 
BiTomanAaoA. ptAotloahar*; leaaonAAtreaId.no. 
U aaau.d. je>-U 



BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 
COAL TJEALERS. 

Officea : TVholeanle, Baikhend, 

Between Pacfie and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 4 I 3 and 4 1 8 Pacific St., 

' Above Sanaome. 
SOLE AUE.NTS FOR 
MCWPOBT COOS BAT COAIi CO.. 

Aod DealerB In All Daeoriptionfl of 

Foreign and Domestic 

COAL and PIC IRON. 

apl6 P. O. BOX 1«3«». 



$300,000 OO 

TO XaO^^INT! 



Real Estate, Badnese Papsr and other Col- 
laterals. 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

880 Honlg ->mrry Street, 

myS-tf 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD. ,, 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC*! 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. IB Uonttfonicry Avenrte. S. F. 

hHtl T. ROliOltUN .lOHTfPON 



iT R E X>. K A T Z , 

BEEF ARD PORK*. 
BUTCHER, 

SUUs »« to 1*0 OA A. HarkM. . 

ae>~ Tb e noet popalAr Fainilr ataaia I 
fATBrBBl 



T\T o tx ce. 

Gray's Music Stores, 

633, 625 CLAT STREET. 



nd tb. muaioal profca*iOT>. GK«Y'S MU810 
(Stores will bercaller close at 8 P. M. i^etead oil 
,P. M a«f rm rl. Wiaig.lm 



CANDIES! CANDIES! 

TVL - -St.- MERCE1R 

Mannfaotnres every deBoriptlno ol 

CAN VIES, IVhoIrtHtle i* id KetalL 

518 K>erDt St.. between fiaeramanto and Oali- 

loroit tod Hi Second. ttfieet. between 



Minns ind N«t>iTlrt 



ool-ln 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 



rtBO»B , '8IOTrAH.T KrTOWN AS "LnTLB 
JTmIRNIBL'— 7bl* JQT.neU a- tress witb tba 
doo Dtaz Oompim. lut beard of in tbq Bast 



Iijonaoo a\ 
^^MaS. 
qn as ted to 



rt1mp)or«d towniatkftar ■totbar in 8u 
«, Calitomi*- Tnes-m-al jonrn*uara ra- 
to Bake a not* of this. Jati-U 



7? 



.'u^liaasd every U»y u the F**r by 

j t» BOOABDU8 

*M Merout *n«* 4«* Wtti»lnerK»» Ou 

Below Montgomery. N" Franciso*. 



f BIDAg JOLy 17, 1874 

The Fastest Trod ing on Record. 

The lelegrapb tbis morniog aonotmcei 
the remarkable time made by Goldsmith 
Maid, jiBltr&iy, at the Driving Park, East 
Saginaw, Michigan, in which Bbe won tbree 
straight heate, ieipjctively, in 2:19*1 ; 
2:16 1-2; and 2:16. The second and third 
heatf are the two fastest on record. The 
r-toe was Tor a special parse of $5,000; $2,500 
for the first borer, $1,600 to the second, and 
$1,000 to the lone which biatihe best time 
on record. That the Maid should make tbe 
fastest mile ever trotted in tbe third heat 
after being pnsbed by Judge Fnllertoo, her 
only, competitor, to her foil speed in tbe first 
and second heats, aeems remarkable. Bbe 
made a bad break in tbe first beat, and only 
recovered ihe lead of Fnllerton after being 
well down tbe home strelob. Goldsmith 
Maid stands at tbe hi ad of Ihe trotting rec- 
ord in the following time. Fastest mile 
heat 2:1GV at Boston; fastest two consecn- 
tiTe mile b. ats, 2:18 U and 2:17 1-2, at Suf- 
folk Park, Philadelphia; faBtett second and 
third bea's, 2:19 and 2:17 3-1, at Brooklyn; 
faitest tbree consecutive mile beats, 2:17 1-4. 
2:19 and 2:17 3-4, at Brooklyn. Oar Occi- 
4«o t is credited with beating the Maid's re- 
o jrd, 2:16 3-4, in speeding for tbe prize plate 
ftt tbe Sute Fair, at Sacramento, last Fall, 
by a half second, bat that time bse not ye 
Toned its way on record. Judge Failerton'i 
time at Ban toga was 2:20 1 2, 2:19, 2:18 3-4 
The Saginaw truck measure* tbree feet over 
a mile. 

Foolhardy People. 

Max Adeler says: A recent camber of a 
"health" jonrnal says: "One of the strong- 
est arguments against the paper currency 
now la circulation is that it spreads disease. 
TboqeaodB of persons annually die from 
0mall~pox taken from money tb at passes 
through their bands." Tbis is dreadful' 
and aftsr reading it I feel disposed never to 
touch another dollar of the money again 
But other people are different. I know that 
the statement will appear incredible; I know 
people will Bocff at the assertion;! am aware 
tbat I make myeelf liable to a charge of 
frightful mendacity, and yet it Is an abso- 
lute truth tbat I can lay my hand on a reck- 
less dare-devil of a man who will stuff bis 
clothes with all the paper money he can get 
and take bis cbances with the epidemics. It 
may seem strange that Buch foolhardrnesB 
should exist, aod yet this ;man of mine 
would indulge in it If be had a ctance. 
Borne men are born so that they can fi.ee 
death without a shudder. 



A Religions Community. 

Tbe Grass Valley Union is responsible for 
the following: 

, Tbe Fourth of July exercises in Gra?H 
Valley includ'd ths Lord's Prayer. They 
had to send to the next town, however, for a 
man tbat could say it through without a 
mistake. 

The above is from the Stock Report, a 
Ban Francisco newspaper. That paper will 
persist in ehnderiug Giass Valley's piety, 
although it stands up pretty well for our 
mines here. Tie Stock Beport is hereby 
indignantly informed that there are not less 
than three men in Grass Valley who can re- 
peat that prayer correctly. We defy the 
Stock Beport to prove the contrary of our 
assertion in tbat behalf. 



Dr. JDoiierty 

Has devoted bis study more particularly to 
ohronlo and specific- praottoe, and as such, Is 
now the moet auooeaaroi of any Physician in 
Ban Francesco. OiBce fil» Sacramento street, 
corner of Lefdesdorfl. a few doors oelow What 
Qhaer Hon;*- ______ * 

•eV Pleaiant .L>ovacion. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings En a 
Central location, should vUit the Alhaznbra, 
and inspect tbe fine suites of rooms to let there 
rue building la a very fine one and Is well 
lighted and ventilated. 



How I Miiae 8ao. 

By buying my bed-room set of furniture of 
J. A. Suaber A Co., 707 M arket 9. rest, two doors 
from Third. They Bell Furniture 20 per cent. 
cheaper tnan any other dealers, I tried them 
all. 12.x 



If _Toxa 

Feel the need ot phosphorus (nerve food), take 
a oonrss of aea-wat r baths at the Banitarium 
foot ot Powell e t est, North Beach. Exclusive 
department and lady attendant for ladles, Five 
tlokets fo; $1. 6 q 

Madame Clara Antonls, de Paris, BualnesB 
and Medical Oleinroyent and Independent 
Trance Medium, 134 H Post street, near Dq- 
pont, Correct dlagnoEla and special attention 
to the treatment of diseases. Consultations la 
French, Oerman and Englleb. to 

Dental Work* 

Fob ftktst quautt or wobx, go to T. O. Jea- 
sop, dentist, cor. Batter md Montgomery, over 
Tncaer' 8-n 

Mr. L. Jallfwits, So. 340 Kearny street, 
New and Beoond-Band Olotbing, of all descrlp- 
tfosB,b ought and sold. Store closed on Sat. 
urday until 6 P. M. ir 



Starling m. Newspaper. 

One who knows how it is himself, wails 
as follows : The Feor a (III.) Beview, ia to 
be Bold at Sheriffs sale tbis morning, to sat- 
isfy a mortgage. We are noder obligations 
t3 a Peoria friend for promptly advising ua 
of thlB opportunity to regain an interest in 
that excellent paper, cheap, but we don't 

want &Of mmmt)mmm mammsmm^^^im i m ,. 

We have loved the Beview; so did ths 
gods, henca it bas died yoang— lets tbaa a 
y<ar and a half old. It marked an era in 
our Journalistic career which we love to 
poodtr over with tears. It was the daily 
paper we helped to Btart. It precious scou 
got tbe start of everybody connected with it. 
We had tbat little twilight twinkler for 
nearly a quarctr of a year. Then it had ua 
the rest of the time. 

The insatiable maw that prelty decaitfol 
little Bheet, in its nobby, metropolitan drees 
of minion and nonpariel, had for coopons; 
tbe wild, ungoverned appetite It had for 
shekels, the excellent voice it had, which i t 
retained to tbe la^t, for louifl d'ors; the avi- 
dity witb which itreaebed out forbade bul- 
lion, and the equal avidiiy with which it 
didn't get any 1 Such a fearful old infla- 
tionist it was on the Dr. side; suob a terrible 
coatr-ictionist it waB on tho Or. side. 

We hope it will sell well. We hope the 
mortgage will be satisfied. If it is, it will 
be the first thing the Bsview ever satisfied. 
We hope some gc jd man will bay it and 
run it successfully, though we doobt if it 
can be made to do better than It did under 
Air. Coffioberry's excellent and careful 
management. But with all due regard and 
tender feeling for the jonrnal of our earliest 
love and highest aspirations, we do not wish 
any more of tbe fruit, if yon please. Life 
is too short to throw away on tuoh a hol- 
low vanity as a Peoria evening daily. 

If at any time we desire to renew the 
fierce excitement of those sweet days, we 
can wait till harvest and go up in tbe coun- 
try aod crawl into a thrashing machine, or 
in a oity where so many sawmilla ply the 
busy buzz as in Burlington, we can find 
pastime of a less exciting and arduous char- 
acter than running the Review, it is true, 
but still sufficiently exhilarating for a man 
of a rather phlegmatic tempeiament. 

We do not wish to run any evening dailies 
on our own hook— that ia, not juEt at pres- 
ent. We may, after a while, along some 
time alter tbe milleuiara, may be, but we 
are too young for such onerous duties now. 
And then, since we came to Burlington, we 
have become so dreadfully addicted to tell- 
ing tbe truth that we are about ruined for 
Peer a newspaper work anyhow. 

Chemistry on the Stage. 

A New York correspondent aeys : On tbe 
return of Miss MorriB ftom Europe, Bhe 
appears in tbe " Sphynx," at the Union 
Square. During her Btay in Paris she will 
get possession of tbe secret which has made 
the Buccess of tbat famous piece. Its au- 
thor evidently hit on some chemical sensa- 
tion and built the play to Introduce it, as 
Nicholas Nickteby had to write the drama 
for Orummels to bring in tbe pump and 
real tubs. This cbemical bit of dramatic 
art is the death of Blanche de Gbelles by 
Mile. Oroizette, The aotr.sa fixes a dose of 
poison for her rival, then in a French fit of 
virtue and remore gulps the dose herself di- 
rectly has a pain, a worse one, a pang, a 
cramp and finally con vol-non?, during which 
her face, neck and arms go through the 
changing hues of white to gray, gray to 
purple, and purple to black, when she very 
properly dies. This is accomplished by the 
application of some wash to tbe skin and 
ih > taming on at the moment of some va- 
por or gas, which act? upon tbe chemical 
property of the cosmetio worn. The effect 
is Btartling and very sensational. A well- 
known actress from another theatre, fainted 
at the very first performance of this death 
and its variegated complexion. Miss Mor- 
ris will do all this on her return next Fall. 
Her mortoary repetoire includes death, ly 
drowning, by madneas, by consumption, by 
violence, and to be complete the oorroBive 
sublimate business must be-added, and she 
must die tbe death of a bed-bug. 



Fathlon Notes. 

The long traveling shawl is a BoBton 
striped Iodia shawl, or the one of soft do- 
mestic wool, iu blocks cf white; with black, 
brown or blue. 

Very dressy * ashes to vfeT with Bummer 
dresses are of pale gres grain ribbon, two 
iucbeB wide, in strifes alternating witb Val- 
enciennes insert; oo. .. Black sathes .have 
guipure insertions between. 

The linen polonaiBo still exists for travel- 
ing attire, because it is too good a thinzto 
b j willingly let die. It is made lirgeenough 
fir an overall, to conceal a handsome suit 
and protect it from dust, in which case it is 
called a duster. 

Debege has superceded cashmere as tbe 
popular fabric for Summer traveling dresses. 
It is soft and pliable, of serviceable and 
stylish color, and withal, inexpensive, as it 
is from furty to fifty cents a yard, and about 
twenty yards are required. 

The redingote is cot popular for debege 
suits, as the material bas not body enough. 
The hat worn with sueb a dress is blaok or 
brown chip, turoed up on one side, or both, 
aad trimmed with gray or brown twilled 
silk, or a single scarf, with short natural os- 
trich feathers, and some flowers of a be- 
coming color. 

Large fans of silk, painted by hand, are 
prized above tboee with lace transparencies 
over silk. Something unique ia desigu is 
sought after in these paintings— such aa 
groups of tall storks, beside water, aquatic 
grasses, serpents hanging from limbs of 
trees, and any subject, no matter if it is dis- 
agreeable, is preferred to tho Watteau land- 
scapes end bouquets with which fans were 
lately ornamented. 

Silk aprons are offered for sale in the fur- 
nishing houses; . but tbe query is, when sb&l 
they be worn? as they are too fanciful for 
morning wear with wrappers, and all other 
dresses are trimmed in apron fashion. 
However, th&y are made of pale blue or 
pink, or black twilled silk, a single breadth, 
abort, with Equare corners, trimmed across 
tbe bottom with a pleated flounce of white 
muslin, edged with Valenciennes. There 
are large pockets, and a belt and strings of 
ribbon. 

The prettiest scarf wora with black Bum- 
mer suits and lace sacquesj, is made of Val- 
enciennes lace. It ia over a yard long, and 
haB a row of wide Valenciennes insertion in 
the middle, -with wider lac e on each Bide o 
it. This' is worn tied closely around the 
threat, with hanging loops and ends, and it 
is intended for street use. Tbe black gui- 
pure and Spsnisb scarfs arestill worn. They 
are very long, and are fastened around the 
neck by a dagger or arrow of jet or shell, 
or else by a flower duster. 



A San Jose Benefit, 

The San Jose Mercury says : Louis A. 
Wiliz telegraphs from New Orleans that 
supplies from the United States Government 
will render farther contributions for the re- 
lief of the overflowed unnecessary. For tbe 
don at ens already received, the Oommittee 
return cordial thanks. We'are glad to near 
this. Our amateura will now 'be able to 
collect that $30 difference between receipts 
and expenditures in the performance of the 
"Octoroon" for tbe benefit of the sufferers, 
Aa long as tbe overflowed were in trouble 
nothing was eaid about tbat little balance^ 
but now that they are fixed, we understand 
steps will be taken for its collection. The 
amateurs are generous but their generosity 
is tempered with justice. 



The VeTOlct. 

Half of the beit-dreBsed gentlemen In this 
city would Bay, If asked the quest io i where 
they had their clothes made, tbat tbe; weat to 
Baloun b Stonda, No. 613 Washington street, 
and would also advise you to go there if yon 
wanted a perfect- fitting salt made In the latest 
style, from either Imported or domsBtio goods, 
at tbe loweBt price compatible with a good 
garment, 6-sa 

Great IS a.rfca.1 n m la Clothing; 

The only store In the oltj-tbst fass tbe largest 
cheapest and finest aeeortmeat of Ueo's and Bore 
Olothiog, la H, Peyser's Montgomery Avtnoe 
Clothing Store, 719 Montgomery street, between 
Washington and Jaekson. Also, a large tsaort- 
nent of Men's and Boys' OTerooata aod Cloaks, 
and the finest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, 
Trunks. Valises, etc %. x 



Special to Liadles. 

For dressmaking In all its branches and tbe 
latest styles, call on Mrs. J. J. Walker, at 810 

Post etreet. Terms reasonable. 3. to 



W ta»«A OsKestr L*»« 



Medical Wonder 

Cures rheaniUsm, billions pains, neuralgia, 
catarrh, and minor aches and pains. All Drug 

gists keep it. 3-b 

•- 

McDowell, Snow Card Writer 

Beady made and rn „d i to order. Boom 10 
MS Market street, cor . Post ana Montgomery u 

Vee MAmnxa's 8ixin DxEsexsa— best and 
cheapest in town— at Oyster House 072 Howard 
street, near Third. &-* 



Dbop is ahd »3£ Tumj 1MB Gals ai 
the Opens House Bar, adjoining Uhs Qper* 
House, Fine Wines, Uqnots aod eigne, a w. 

What Oneer liaundry"Waaons 
Gall tor and deliver elothes in all parts of the 
•ity. • 

BBBBBBBsMMHagaMaM 



£OOU^ 



The Y/onnf? Man irom tbe £ast. 

•*,I'm a stranger in this cliy, 
I'm lately irom the East, 
And mighty fond of oyster* ; 
Where can I get a feast? 
I've been.to all the restaurants, 
But nowhere could I rind, 
A plana of Eastern oysters, 
Ot the old-fashioned kind."} 

**;WftU, I can tell you," said his friend,; 
"Exactly where to go, 
And where to get your oysters. 
Direct from where they grow. 
Just take a stroll down PINE 8TBEET, 
At 419. opposite tbe Market, 
'Ton'll eee'a sign, 'THE SADDLE BOCK, 
You can't tail to remark it. 

•^Emerson-Oorvilie keeps the place, . 
The beet ealoon in town, 
There yon can get your oysters raw. 
Or fried so orlep and brown. 
He's the largest oyster dealer 
On the Pacific Ooatt, 
and that he keeps the freshest 
Has ever been hla boast. 

•' He's got nice little private rooms, 
Where you can sit at ease. 
And eat your California stew, 
Or Eastern if you please. 
All the young men of fashion go 
liigot to the SADDLE BOOK, 
To eat their EASTEBN OT8TEB8'. 
And drink their Bbenlsh hock." 



H» 



PHno WatChos 
The best goods at the lowest prices, at H, A. 
aiiender's, corner of Seoond aod Mission. A 
due assortment of chains, Jewelry, etc. Call, 
and eximlne, 6-y 



Blankets ana Hanncls 

Well washed and not spoiled, at the What 
Oheer Laundry. • 



watt cnotr baunaiy 
Is the boot Lacndry In Ban Franolsoo 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FRENCH MUTUAL PROVIDENT 
SAVINGS & LOAN SOCIETY. 



TWENTYHINTH SEHI-AKNtJAL DlTr- 
dend— Adividetd of nine per cent, per annum 

□et (9 p*r eeoOt npon theop'ra'ionaot the French 
Sni • kb ana L-nu Sooittr lor the six months end- 
ins Jn'e 30, 1874 bas, in conformity with there- 
port of tne Oommittee of Verlflaatioo appoint* d 
by the members of tbe nooietr, keen declared bv 
tho B'a d tt AdBHDiftUattOD, at the stmi-MU ual 
meeting held oo the IStb imtant Tbis di<ideod 
will be parable oo ana after tbe 17 -h instant, at 
the office of ihs Society, 4 1 1 Ba*h street 



SIXTH EXHIBITION. 

San Francisco Art Association 

AO. 3ia FIXE STREET. 



THE GALLERY IS NOW OPEN 

To the public. Toe collection includes a large 
□uoiber oiFaiatlDSa b* Local ArtidtB^od Gems 
front leading private collections. 

AN EXQUISITE SYLVAN SCENE, 

»y B. C. KOEKKOEK. 

Which ijjhktlr regarded ai one of the finest )Md>' 
Boapes Lt at brer cime to tail eoaatrf . 

U. SALKIVTIN'M 

CHAPEL BY THE LAKEI 

KEITH'S SBUT FAIHTINO, 

THE CALIFORNIA ALPS! 

EKPIHTJll'S 

AWDHOMEDA I 

CttAs. Mm.s 

INDIAN LIFE IN CALIFORNIA! 

Two floe Oettle Pieeee br TROYON »o.d KOBBB 
—tad Dnmeroas other greet worki. 



Aamlailon sa Cent. 

Ofttalogaee. 25 Oente . 



Tax Collector, 
' City and County San Francisco. 

Jrl4-Ua3 



■*" Odod deily from 10 A. SI. to 6 p. M., nod from 
7 to 10 p. II. jilll* 



PALACE AMPHITHEATRE, 

Corner 01 Sew Mont can err and 
MUal*»n atreels, 

BZ THE DAY, WEEK or MONTH, 

AT REASONABLE BATES, FOB 

Concerts, Lectures or Mass 
Meetings, 

This Magnificent Building has Seating Aooom- 
medetiOQ lor 

3,000 PERSONS. 

And Is BO constructed that every person In the 
Auditorium cud ee »nd bear. 

For particular.} applj to 

SHJBKIDJLN C08BTN «Se CO , 
eOS UontEomery Street, 
jeU V ^sW h Boesi 9. 



PUBLICJMOTICE. 

CENTRE JARKET. 

Sutter and Dupont Sts. 

THIS MAEKET WILL OPEN 

for business 
THURSDAY, July 16th, 1874, 
And will be Illuminated Thurs- 
day, Friday and Saturday Even- 



ings. 



C,E PETERS. 

j,I5-3t 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

San Francisco Savings Union, 

OS2 California Street. Corner of Web>, 

FOR TBR HALF YEAR END1^?G WITH 
Jace Da 1874 aoiridead baa been declared at 
the rate ot dido (9) per oeot oer aoonm on Term 
DeooMte »od eee.u and one-bait 1 7 't ) per cent on 
Ordinar, Depotih-. ir '» of Federal tax, parable 
on and after jnlj 13, 871. 

Br order. LOVELL 'WHITE. 

j,6-lm. Oaebler, 



ODD FELLOWSVSftVINGS BJINK 

DIVIDEND NOTICE. 



THE BOARD OPDIRE0TOB8 OF THE ODD 

Follow/ Sm?j Tin Ua.-' k b-.v- <tec)a- d a dividend &V 
the rate of ci <• ard oo<--'°o:h (9 1-10) per oenb, 
perahmmon KKRM ANEN v DEPOSI "'S, and a* 
ihii lata .^f ntf^n and tbrne-teDthr« (7 3-10) per oent 
petaoinnioii SHORf 1 DffifOST TB. for 'he eeoif- 
ancQai r rm ending J QQe 39. 1871, payable on and 
after tne 20th ioat. 

JAMES BW.NSOW, Seore'ary. 
Sah Franoisoo, Jaly 18. 1874. jyl4-'2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

......OF THE 

German Savings & Loan Society. 



THE BOARD OF DIRBO TORS OF THE GER- 
mnn Baviogs and Loan Sooiety have declared 
the dividend for tbe first half-year 1374 ending this 
date.at the >&•<* of eleht a^d two-ftttaa per oent. 
(6 2 5 per oent.) r*"»r aicnm on Term Depoii^a and 
eev«o percent. (7p»roent.) peraonomon Ordin- 
ary Deposits, free of Federal tax: payable on ana 
after the 15th day of J nly x* order, 
j,6-tl5 OOE. LftTTE, Secretary. 



CITY AND COUNTY 



TAXES. 






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S0TLCE 18 HEREBY GITEN 

That a certified copr of the Per- 
rouiil Properly Anenment Hollos' tk* 
Cltr land County of Bum Ft-ao Cisco for 
the JFlacol leor, 1871-1674, has this 
day been placed la my hand's for collec- 
tion, and Taxes thereon are now doe 
and payable. 

Taxes remnlnlDg unpaid after UoaUsv; 
the Third day of Aucoit next, will be 
detiQ^ocDt and Ffve per cent, added 
thereto. 

A. ADSTIN, 



S. F. and H. P. R. R. Co. 



ON AND AFTER APRIL 13, 1874, THE 
Steamer ANTELOPE, Oapt. Galloway, ooo- 
neettoe at Donabna Laoalng with the oars for 
Olo'crdalf and intorm^diate itations will leave 
Hsn Frunotace dallf from Froot Street Wbarf at 
9M9 o'clock. Retarnla* will leave OlovsrdaU at 
6 A. H.. oonssotlos at Dooahns Laodloa; with 
ateamer, and arriving In Saa Franolaoo at 11 A. M. 
HINDJLV EXODBtlOKI. 
The steamer ANTELOPE will leave Front street 
wharf every Naoday morning, at 8 o'clock, con- 
necting at Donabne with oars for Petalnmo, 
Santa Rosa, Uealdilarg, Clovsrdsle. Returoinc 
tbe train leaves Oloverdale at 2 o'clock. B. Bf v 
connecting with a-ramer, arriving at San Francis- 
co ai 7 o'oluck. Exca'alon tlcksts at rednosd 
rate-. Contractions made with aiages for Sonoma, 
Okiah, Mecdooino sod Ulenr Lake. 

No freight, can be received after 2 o'clock P. M. 
For fnrtber Information applv at Oompani's 
ofnoe, 4flS Montgomery atrsst, 

P. DONAHUE, President. 
F H. OBKBR8 . 
ap22-tf General Paasetger and Ticket Agent. 



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VALLEJO, BENICIA, HARTINEZ, 
NEW YORK AND ANTI0CH. 



ON AND A FtER SATURDAT. 
M„ :»ib. 1871, dallj (BtlDdui ei- 

PARTH ENIUS, 

CAPTAIN BTOWELL 

Leave Going Dp. Ariive, Going Down: 

San Frantiroo...3:30P. M. Arrive 10:30 A.M. 

Vaiiejo... .about 6:15 p. M Abont....,.8:« A. M. 

B oioi«....aboa! bAS P. M. About 8:15 A.M. 

Martin, z. aboat 6 : n P. M. About 8)90 A. M. 

N.T. L»ndiDg''7:45 P. M. About ... 6:55 A. M. 

AQtiooh..Ariiveo:0>P. M. Ltaveat....6:» A. M. 

ExonrslonisbB vi4iting Mount Diablo will find 
tbis the moat pleasant roots, bv. way of MARTI- 
NEZ, connecting wit,n BifNNKT'S LINE Off 
STAGES. PHILIP CAD W, 

jjll-if Cta MnuiioKery Street. 



C»K 



D» 



(TRADE MARK.) 




CATARRH 

rtE3 3VEE5I3"^r 

IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE. 

For Sale Everywhere. I 

CRANE & BR.CHAM, 

WHOLESALE AGENTS. j» 



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DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

The California Saving's and Loan 

Society, 
Ho. Gia catiFOKsriA steeet. 

Gaarstntee Capital, $300,000 

THE DIRECTORS OF THE ABOVE SOCIETY 
I hav declared a dividend of nine and six- 
tenths (9 5-10) per oent, per annum, on Term De- 
pot its, and i ijjbt (8) per oent, p*r annum o-i Ordi- 
nary Deposits, for the term esdiag J >ne 30,1674; 
free fro w> Federal tax, and payable on and after 
Jul* 6. 1674. By trdir. 
ji6-lm. D. B. OHISHOLM, Secretary. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 

619 CLAY 8TKIET. 



AT A MEETING OF thk BOARD OP Di- 
rectors held Joii 7, 1874. a dividend w«» ds-. 
olared for tbeaixmentbs coding Jui* 30, 1874. st 
therate-nf-fiigb* and Two-flf obs (8 2-5) percent 
per annnm on all doposit.", lr«» of Federal Tax, 
r>n» able on and a' - -«■■ Jol; lfi. 1874. 
jili-lm OYltDi W. O ARM ANY, Cashier. 



tftO AAA Wanted a narty te invest tbe above 
® sCOXjVf* amount, It will pay a return Of from 
•10 000 tot25,f09 in one year, tbe best paying buti- 
ness in Baa Franoisoo. For particulars app'y to 



FIGARO 

CIROULATES IN THE BEST ISOOTETY. IS 
plaoed in the bends of nearly all who come 
te tbe e.ty to make pur cb axes, end is therefore tbe i 
best of advertising mediums. 



»JPJ£OI.AJL. PSIOXICJE. 

X=t. 3VEEJNTT3BS 

HAS REMOVED FROM THE "RED UOH" 
Balooo.No. IBGtary strset,to the "BootU" 
Saloon. 

No. Ot3 Sacramento Street. 
Which will hereafter be better known as the 

"Lion and Unicorn 1" 

The "Old Sport" will always ba on tand tore-' 
ceive bis former p&r.rous and friends, and serTi 1 
the bsst brands of Wines and L quori. Also ex- 
hibit a ii ^e eoilnation of Sporting Jt*io turea . 

av FREE AND KASV ever* Wednesday and 

Sutorday Night. Ohair will be taken at 8 o'cleok. 

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R. 8. H. MARSH, WHO HAS BEEN BN- 
^.^. g»ged for maoy SB^ra giving MuBioal Ioetrno- 
tioo on th« Pianoforte. Harp and Singing, in the 
most diftltguiftud families- of Europe, India, 
Australia acd Jatuvo, hogs to annonooe bis Inten- 
tion of reoe ving a limited nuabarof pupils dnr- 
Ice hiareB,d-<no»in San Franoisoo. Having stud- 
iad the Pianoforte noder Riea <tbe favorite pupil 
of rteetboveo). John Cramer aod Kalkbrenner: 
tbe Htro under Boobia, and Singing with Ferrari 
aod T. Welsh ; he haa had tbe honor of produoini 
a greater nnmber of brilliant and aooompllnhed 
pupil, tban fall i to the lot of moat Masters. Ar- 
rangemsntB aa to terms, eto.cai be made by let* 
rnrsaddrefsedtoihacaroof KLLI8 READ, ESQ. 
304 OaliTorniastr*et, or at Gray's Musio Store, os 
Olay street. Ban FraooiBoo. je-la 



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Milooc) betw«ps Knaroy end DopootstrfOt wherf 
Hood bin u« to d5epf>n;e tbe ohoioesk breads a! 
— eto,.give him a ^ali 



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TATLOE Oc CO., 

Bill and Card Distributors 

FOB OAKLAND and VI CI WIT*. 

Will (tittil.llr eeefce dl.trlbntion, o' 

Circulars. Dodgers, Cards, 

Aod even descriDtion ot 
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THE OLD 

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U Ifoor. from Keurnj, 

Airl Drinli-s Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM HID JERR" IK TOWN. 

Always on file— the Now York Herald. Karperli 
Weeklf. Frank Leslie's, Day's DoiO|i. Pc Voo Qa- 
aslts, all tbe California papers, al-o the London- 
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aod » atisfy yourself, 
■■r* Don't forget the eign of the Hot Seoteh* 
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H0RSESH0ER and EARRIEE 

■1 19 THIRD HTREKT, OORNER PBRRY- 
rliw Warrants to osrs lacerfsrliia or Orer- 
resohing. Corns and Brnises will reooire promp 
attsntiOB. 
sea- SetstfseUon grrrea In all omss. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KIrrDB OB THB ETJrErJT OAITOT 
mAi..tonrrHe»r» Oautr Futorr dAlli. AS 
•artert, eepeoiAllj from the ofr llU f. er» aHlAteie) 
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7M¥ JOrJMAl OF AMTJ8K1CKST8. 
rablisaad *v.rry D*t m ma Year by 

3?, BOOAKDT7S 

tmm HvrehM* mJ «»* WaamUurtaa **■. 

Batow Montgomery. KM Tranaieeo. 



FRIDAY JT/LY 17, 1874 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc - 

Htfnlrp'i New Tbr*tr*. 

To-aigbt and at tb* mail 3** to-morrow Mlas 
Jeflrtyi Lewii wi)l r*pMt har Terr eliTM mp»T- 

■ oDk'too of Rom Fielding in the pep alar play of 
"Tbi Willow Cop**." ObarUe Waniltlit la as- 
derlioed to eppaar shortly in Ha lidij'a great pl*7 
«f "JVotra Dam-." WiLb Wh«Ul»i(tl there it DO 

■ nob won) aa fail. Th» preparation* mad* for i he 
prod notion tftb.lt pi*-c« are anch »» » ill ansa re it* 
a •!•! tba gnat aoecaaa of tt a eaajoo. Ta-morrt w 
nlgn that nawfJaat actor W. J. Oocapall will ap- 
pear la ° fn* Jf bb*n*iaeaay. " 
California Theatre. . 

Mr. Botbara repeated hii imparasaatioc of Lord 
Don dreary in "Onr American 06**Jb" Isun'gbt, 
and will, Id t bis character, tek* farewell of .lave 
pnb ie to-morrow creDicg. "Onr American Con«- 
io" will bo played tc-n-gatand alio at thenatisea 
to-morrow. 
Opeia Qoair. 

To-olcbt, and at tbe matinee to-morrow. 
Ban Oottoa, Brlij ArJioitin, Bobby Haweomb, 
Walob and R!ee, and all the stare will appear io 
tbe exseltaci bill wbieb baa drawn encta crowded 
borne i dur eg tbe week. Tbe encasement of Cot- 
lanaad Arlington otoaaa with tbe pre»«nt weak. 
TbMv woo bare not ret eeea them aboald not mite 
tbe opportunity of doing re. 
gpaniah Drauiaiic Performance. 
■ Tb* Loqat Spatiib Drtmatio Company will tire 
• parformaaoe at tb* California Theatre on Ban- 
dar ereoing. Tbe entsruiament Will oontiit Of 
"Ca^io ■> da Tom" (' Daola Tom a Cibin") and lb* 
aiUrpleo* of "Loa FarbaEB*-~..VjT.<l> 
Palace Amphitheatre. 

A rerr attraattTa. Tariad and aaaaalijaal aster- 
taismant will bi girea at thia confortable and 
wall* arranged pltce of amnaenaenl thia evening. 
It wili oompriee the world-renowned Lnlafert, t, 
description of wbiob baa appeared in onr columns, 
tb* Holtnm eaonon art, ta whioa a man catches a 
ball Bred at biai from a cannon, and a variety en- 
tartaiamant br Mm Alicia Mandeyill*, Mlee B»i- 
tba H:il, Laura and Barry Clark, and tbe Ban 
_FraatiflOo MJostralf, TbT* will be a mat-see to- 
morrow, it | iaj|>n| vaii 
■allaa Union Theatre. 

To-nigbt tb* 1 act comedy of "Domhey and Son,, 
diamatizsd from Dickens* great woik and tn, 
cleverly played by tbe atoek company of ttna thea- 
tre, will ba perfoimad for tie la.it time. Jas. A- 
H erne's Capt. Cattle U a remarkably good perao- 
mtiin of tbat bloS old aalt. To-morrow night 
aa entirely oew bill will b* presented. 
Bncklej'a New Variety Theatre. 

Johnny Tnera and Htrry Detoj prod ace roar* of 
laughter in tba conic act of "Clameel." Morti- 
asore'daketobea are always applauded, and Alias 
Maggie Brewer, Mm Riie Vincent, Misa Ida May 
and others appear in a varied programme. 
Woodward'* Gardens. 

Tba great Impalement Feat, tbrawing 24 pcign- 
ardi at a dtarobed person, while pinioned to a 
plank, and tb* new pantomime " i-oa ladiane 
Woodi.'' are tba extra attraction* for Saturday 
and Sn-dsy. A aea bear iaoa -exhibition aad to* 
Oeatarj Plant ii ia b loom. 

Autoxiobx mliojctjm..— One of tbe most 

•oapltt* ooUectiona of tbe k±ad In the United 
£ t*t-9i. ©cmpmiQs bandreda of oostly and baan- 
itrnl wag modele. la daily oo view (to gsntlemen 
Isly) at tba Mnsenjs on Montgomery street. As 
msnr may be orofltablr aoaat bar*. 
John JltCullongh. 

Mr. MeOnllongb baa been offered a Locdon en- 
tageaeet at the Princess' Theatre. "There Ie a 
tide In tbe affair* ef man, wbiob, taken at the 
flood, leads oo to f -irtnne. " John MoCnllongb 
cin, if he * ill. be tbe dramatic len&ation of 
tbe n ex" Lob don tea son. More than thia, London 
will accept his Hamlet aa tbe beat ex'aet. with 
on* exception. 
Death of an Actress. 

Mademslaelle Lafoaroade, leading lady of tb* 
Frcaob troopa which arrived from Lima by the 
Arizona on Wednesday, died yesterday morning at 
4va o'clock, of Panama fever. Mile. Lsfoarcade 
wai a eaMv* of Bonrdeaox, aged 27 year*. The 
t loaral will take place at half-past two o'clock to* 
day. Thedaotaaad wasvery popular in the vati. 
on* oitiea of Booth America in which ahe per- 
form ed. 



Managers 

Of Am as em en ts, Excursions, Lectures, and 
■Concerts, are directed to the splendid Printing 
Establishment of B. F, Sterett, 632 Clay Street, 
over the San Francisco Market. The largest 
Posters, In Plain or Fancy Colors, are turned 
-out In the shortest possible space of time. 
Also, Beautiful Programmes, Tickets, etc., etc, 
printed to suit the most fastidious. Mr. Sterett 
keeps constantly on hand a fine line of bright 
colored papers of Ivory shade, and the prices 
charged for these are very little in advance of 
plain white paptr. Streamers of Turlons sizes, 
from 18 to 43 inch letters, in stock, of altoolen 
of paper and ink. Theatre Managers are es- 
pecially inrited to call for estimates. This well 
known Printing House was established by be 
present proprietor in 1850, and has been in suo 
oessral operation ever since. 8-cj 



ImperlalMUk l^uracrt. 

Tbe be&t or teveravea. Try it, MaiJe aed 
•sold only by ai a L. waogsiDan, tthis eympo- 
eiac of flnt Wines, Liqnora and Begare, cor&er 
of LfildesdorS and Balieck strati. Boperb Hot 
Lanob from 11 to 2. H. B.— Stock repot: s 
' telogrcptkel dlrt-ctly from the Board especia^y 
or this saloon, 2s 

Do Jfot Sutter trom Oox-rxa*. 
Tb* unfortunate Bufleiers Irons Oerns.Boii- 
' ohe, Club and Ingrowing X alls, can And lnsta*.t 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowao's Insti- 
*it*, BIO Kearny street, from 1 to 6 * jg. We 
r"M»Atrrjm ex T Jei teE -jCr to -r lna, t e h eed -the Doc- 
%£*'* capabDtry. Beference* -OTea ifreqnired. a 

Fre and Ea«y, 

a "S .: and lutromental Coccert will be 
given every Wednesday and Saturliy evenlD^, 
at 683 Market street, opposite Kearcy. The bf8t 
of taUnt will ne prefent. Everybody is ii.vlttd 
to attecd aad will rtceire gocd cheer and cor. 
dialtre i^eat, 1» 



"TBE EARLY BIRD. " 

BT VAST D. BBI3TB. 

DiintHy over tbe dew-wet gran 
Tr pp jd blue-ejei MUly, tne farmsi's lav, 
Swlt gln| h«r mik p .11 to and fro, 
As ahe mmmared * love eooji, s:ft and low. 
Many a suitor MiUy had. 

From tbe 'Squire's son ti the herdsman's lad ; 
But s-.e smiled on all with a merry glanoe 
And gave eash woo^r aa tqnil chance. 
How faithful Pecald, the herdsman's lad, 
T a* more ha loved her the more was bid ; 
* for what with the *Pe»alre'* •on,*? thought he, 
"She aer* r will torn a thought time !" 
Bat down In the meadow he raked the hay, 
Whao Mil ly went tinging alorg that way, 
H* watobea her pat*, and she oiled, In jest : 
lis the eariy bird'— you know the rest I" . 

Thee suddenly Donald grew so bold 

Tost the "old, old ttory" wae quickly told; 

And bin -?y*d MiUy was notblfig loth 

On tbat enmmer's m jrolog to plight her troth. 

"Oh I foolish Donald I" she cried, in glee, 

"To wait so loig for a Am* from me I" 

Then merrily over the dew-Wet gross 

Tripped Donald and MiUy, his own sweet lass. 



The PnJplC and Stajre. 

Another or those reverend gestlamen 
whose aelf-oorapjacent vearn : ngB for eeosa- 
ticnal notoripty have recently overcome ths 
deference their eaorod oalling sbould insar ?, 
ia one J. H. S'anbory. As nsnal with this 
class of palpitsora, bis complete ignorance 
apon the eobj^ct of the theatre tempted him 
to assail the d: .ma, and to do it in terms at 
ense absurd and virulent. On Sunday, the 
27th ait., he delivered in a Brooklyn M. E. 
Church whit be doabtlees miscalled a ser- 
mon npon the "Pulpit and tbe Stage," se- 
leottug; for his characteristic text the expres- 
sion: " Hold Him Fast.-" Thia reverend 
Hold Him Fast, in dilating npon tbe pecu- 
liarities of tbe "mimic world," asserted 
that from It "ran avenues to infamy, ah&me, 
prostitution, drunkenness, theft and other 
crimes," He added tbat those people who 
aitcnd theatrical establishments must, soon- 
er or later, find themselves meandering 
from choice in eome, if not all tbe avenues 
in question, aa tbe necessary oonseqaeooe 
of a perverted taste and pernicious influ- 
ences. 

Btanbnry is evidently imbued with the 
same piooB zsal without knowledge, and tbe 
same peculiar spirit of Christianity, tbat an- 
imated ths devotional heart of ths Reverend 
Brother Frost, in Chicago. He is a marvel, 
either of clerical misinformation or clear 
mendacity, and as Sberid-n would say, 
draws upon his invention from hia facta, 
"though it would be pnjust to infer tbat he 
possesses any wit for which ha can be said 
to be indebted for his recollections. When 
bo-: a lied ministers recklessly calumniate a 
profession honored In every community 
throughout the domains of civilization, They 
invite a criticism in return which never ex- 
alts their character, magnifies tbeir intellect, 
or compliments their experience. The 
moral condition of a man who can deliber- 
ately murder reputation under the cloak or 
sanctity, must be singularly unclean, and 
bis erratic imagination must, with cross- 
wiee vision, beBtow on other minds the sing- 
uljr pollution exhisling in bis own. Hold 
Him Fast Btanbnry wonld, probably, have 
been ttje recipient of a few legal attentions 
ere thia, at the hands of the profession he 
has bo slandered, were he not shielded by 
bis insignificance. His shallow oonoeit and 
romantic malevolence make him rather the 
snbjeet of common ridicule than of common 
animosity. 



A Warning. 

Dcn't be stnbbcrn unless yon are sure yon 
can afford it. Bight in tbe midst of the 
late panic, an Iowa man chosa to be per- 
vercely obstinate. Hi'b daughter wanted a 
$90 silk drass and be wouldn't get it, and he 
lost $60 by the operation. Bhe took cold 
p oiaoo, and the funeral expenses were $150. 



An Economical Woman. 

A Baltimore man ihrasted bis wife for 
pomping a dose of lnuddnnm cut of bis 
stomach. She thought he bad taktn more 
than enough to kill him, and, in a spirit of 
false economy, undertook to recover the 
balance. Bach women should not be en- 
couraged. 



From ooe tooth to a rail upper set. from $5 
4o$20. Filling reeaonable. HyDr. Crowefl,D. 
D. 8.- Ho. SO Kearny i tree*., near Market. 2^ 



O ystora, 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'irleoo by gas light, 
uqt careless lest, by ch&cce did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless pity 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which s sweet bouquet was seen f 
While mossy stone and pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters softly fell, 
Made that window ireem to be 
Soae fairy grotto of the sea. 

8top," saifl my friend, "let'B go in Der*2 
fJPBoEs so nice — and try their cheer. ";j 
"ail right," I said, '"I must agree 
Ihat thU place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Bids Mb appearance, asked oor wish— 
datd they had almost any dish . 
That we might name. We found It true, 
ihd cooktd magnificently, too; 
All-tliida of oysters, Juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; just think of that, 
And if yc<ur month dont water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clMnfe&nd crabs and terrapins';; 
In fact, ve found they had within 
rbatcosy place oJ kiiidsof game. 
Fish, neeh or fowl which we ootid name, 
While every dish was, I am sore. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladies, too, have found, 'twould seem,"; 
vast to ay have bererthe best ice cream* 
3ol>r* they nock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "su;h nice dinners,'* 
Whoever doubts this let b'™ rash 
To three hundred thirty-seven Hnsh, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once wdl go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 8S7 Bcsh street, 
sfntgomery; open Day and Sight. 

0HABLK3 HAAKE. Proprietor. 



Da. Beebe, Patent Gold Crowns tor broken 
or decayed Teeth, 230 Kearny street. 2-bb. 



CENTRE MARKET. 

ILLtMI.MTIOl 

Thursday, Friday and Saturday 



ETES1NOS. 



WHO OCCUPT THE STALLS. 



Tb* premium stalls 1 ard 3 are occupied by 
Abe Newman, Superior beef, mutton, smoked 
and corned beef always on band. 



Hepburn has opened stall 4, with fmh meat* 
of all kinds. Families and restaurant* sup- 
plied on the shortest notice. 



Stall 38, Holm k Boyle have a splendid assort- 
ment batter, eggs, cheese and* general asaort- 
meat of fancy groceries. Goods delivered free. 



Stalls 8 \ 99 and 81, Wood A Haonlfan, have 
opened their stalls; wholesale and retail deal. 
tra tn poultry, game, butter, eggs, etc., deliv- 
ered free. 

Stalls 39 and 40 are occopied by Ker iu A 
HaBsartf, dealer* in fruit, vegetables, ac.o 
tbe bist and frta'ievt. Dollvered free of charge. 



Stall 3, makes a magnificent show of fresh 
meat*. L Zimmermsn & Oo. hive one of tbe 
nicest atalla in ths market. Bestmraots and 
f jmtlies will nod it to their advantage to give 
them a call. 



Love k Epindal occupy fctall ST, with a supe- 
rior stock of butter, cheese, eggs, hams, cuiea 
fruits, etc. Orders promptly attended to. 



Bobert 9. Beardon has removed from the Oc- 
cidental afiiket io stall 70. He Is noted for 
having the best quality of meats. 



John D.CougnliB, stalls, supplies meats in 
Urge quantities, in goodctyle, to ships, hotels, 
boarding houses and families et the lowest 
market prices. 



Stalls 74 and 76 are tiken by the pioneer Poul- 
try and Game de.leis, Bt.-igman A Strasier. 
The finest Poultry and Game, and the Freshest 
Butttr and Eggs In the city. 7-H 

BosToa Ovbteb Hocbe-— L . . Pratt hss open. 
ed stalls 89 and 90 in Oentre Market. Oysters 
in every etyie. Chops and S:eaks of tbe choicest. 
Ladies private rooms up stairs, 7-» 



Stalls 91, 93 and 93, have bi en opened by An- 
der. ofi A liar. hall bb the Long Braooh oy.t r 
house. They are among the olde t oyster men 
in tbe olty. 



Swain's original bakery has opened a magni- 
eent place at 318 Sutter street, near Oentre Mar- 
ket, and has added a Inach room and ice cream 
Ealoon. Tnli is tbelr only pi <o* of bnslocsa. 



If one wishes to pass an hour or two pleas* 
antlyatthe game of billiards, no pleasanter 
place can be found in the o;ty tnan Chapman A 
Terrill's Billiard Parlor, northeast comet 
Bush and Kearnv Btreets entrance on Bush, 
From the window a good view can be had of 
two of enr busiest streets Bush and Kearny. 
Local Option not in force; for the best of 
Wines, L'quors and Cigars, are served at the 
bar fox \m cents. fi-i 



Strawberrle* : Strawberries 

The Matinee Fruit Store 4d9Bnsh, is the place 
to obtain your nice, fresh Strawberries. Parties 
patronizing ua will ha promptly attended to, 
and can rest assured that thtlr Berries will be 
sent home In good condition, as we have a 
light spring wagon expressly for that purpose. 
By leaving your addresB cor wagon will call tax 
orders every day, thereby saving our patrons a 
good deal of trouble. Give ns a trial. lr 



Job GrusrVa Bestanrant, at 105 California 
Market, has been long and favorably known by 
the public as a place where nice Chops, Porter- 
House Steaks and Oyttrre iu eve- y Btyle could 
be had. Aeh?rt time since, Mr, Giusta made 
an addition of a whole floor to his place, so 
that he cculd accommodate families. Hie res> 
tanrant, as now constructed, can well be called 
* family reataaraLt 6-u 



Spring Style Hats. 

Light, besutlfoily finished and graceful in 
shape, the new Spring Btyle of Hats manufac- 
tured at "The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street {seaond hat store below Kearny etreet), 
l* >uEt the thing to make a man look a hundred 
per cent, better. Pon't wear a shabby old hat. 
Goto "The Hat 3. ore" for a new one. Prices 
reduced. S-v 



Music Hath Charms. 

Piaco3 tuned and repaired, at moderate 
prices and Eatie/a .ton guaranteed, by one that 
understands the business. Also, will perform 
on Piano at Evening Parties, etc Orders left 
at 754 Market or &4 Third street, will receive 
prompt attention by G. W. Morgan. i.v" 



WnahlngKetut ned in One Day 
And we never disappoint, at tbe What Cheer 
Laundry. No Chinamen employed. • 

Fresh and Sweet. 
For the best oonfectionery, ar* to Oanty and 

Wasi3»r'a. W7 HantsOmarr St. near Ktir.W"- w 



PERSONAL. 



MBS. M. J. FARKELL. LADIES' HAIR- 
dreaaer, late of Doberty'a Hair St^re, baa re- 
Bored to Mo. CH Kearny street, up stairs, rooms 
31 and 25. Allkinda of hair work made to order. 
foii-im 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Boohaellen and Ktatlon<*ara, 
H- H. Moore. 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Batcher*, 
fiats. Fred, S tall* 94 to 100. California Market 
Dentist*. 

H. F. Pope, 6 Msntcomery Street, 

Davis A Oaoe. 22 Montgomery street, oppoeitet he 

Liok House. 

Human Hair, 
Sampson, A. B. a Oo.. 110 Second straaL . 

Whltenen and Paper Haagaif, 
A.W. Wheldec, 122 Geary sti set. 

Winei ood Llqoora, ( Wnolaaal*.) 
Danan P. A Co.. £04 Front. 



OP IB A BO US 13, 



OOS. T. HUBPHY.. 



.B>.ge MtniR. 



Gr«3EA.T SUCCESS OF 



MAGUIRE'S CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS 



V-M.A.et1f "WJEllStt: 03F" 




'.A-M? FIRST. 

OVERTUBE 

MAKY AiLEKN ' .. " -* 

FIBSr 8HK WOULD AND THEN BHK WO|jijiN , "i 1 ::""(Si») 

WILL YOU OOMk TO MtET MK7 DABLING 

''AOKXK OAOKLE | .' 

EY tEb BAD bEA WAViSS 



orohest; 

— O. W. HABb- 

BKN OOTTO: 

W F. 84KB 

BILLY ABL1NG1V. 

J. Q. BUaBEI 



Grand Finale THE BLACK BRICADI 

(OTTO.V, ABLUGTOS MIIIPHI Al>» COMPANY 



SECOND: 

Messrs. WELCH and RICE in their Original Act, 
ODP'3F' FOR -A-MESJFIIO 



MIS8 



FEMALE bUFFRAGE. 



? 1 



VVOTJI.TJ.HA.TJL ARLINGTON. 

The tireat Song and Dance "Artist, BOBBT KEWCOMB, in hi 

OEIGINAL SONS AHO DASOE, 

MINNIE.} 

— 



PFLETTT LITTLE 



TOBY. 

OHAS. FKEELOVB.. 

COL. SUO01BM 

ASABtLLA 



.BR» COTTO 

T. MDR»H 
OUA«. Eg* 
JEMNIS OBBRMi 



..CON. 



ATVIO HQEA.O. 



otetTl'M, 



..«BCn»TB 



To OoDclude with tbe Comic Hit tch or 



.© reaestffian 

BILL WH8TON (Fron AlamM* Ooanty) BICLV RWWA1-W* 

BILL SIMPBOX (Oaampion Walker of tn« Vllha*).... . 5 BI11V WFrf 

R*SP WcOABfc. (Foosht51and w« n one fighi) - . "'•* r)rl«.RiSSRM 

1HK G0UGEK(Who imioed BolHreO ...„...." """ P inn Ml 

TOMPKINS' (Landlord of th* HoUl> .,...'"' 'ob»TimRII 

JOHN (Tba 0<«rk) . ... D J 8HFRSW 

ri. ttc l ti^afl v>aitei) inwiw ~ati 

£&i™,y r> ° bioh*k1 

ELlZABEia , JKNNIB BHERM/ 



MONDAY EVENING. 



.FLBST AEPEABAXOE 07.. 



JULY 1 



SAM RICKEY, Waster BARNEY and Miss LULU DELMH 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

T1BWJL1 CfTT, MaTaSA. 
JOHN PIPER Pbopkixiob 



THIS KLKGANT THKATRB OAR BE RENT- 
ed by tb* night or weak. Stars ano traval. 

ing companies U Derails treated wjcb on arplieatioi) 

to JO.HH pipeb, 

lftanac*rand aoie i'ropruto* 
Or to 3. «. McCAJfE, 

j*28tf 88* Bash straet. ban Franetaoo. 



METROPOLITAN THEATRE 

SACK AMEN TO, , 

to. zr.:ei*tt, 

BY THE NIGHT, WEEK OR MONTH, FROM 
April lat. For terms, apply at the Theatre, 
or by letter to W. K. MORROW. Proprietor, 

Baorarnenio. !5555 

N. B. — I bave noantborrsad Agent anywhere. 
mbS4-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAlf JO"E, CALA. 

THIS BEAUTIFUL, AMD NEWLY RENO- 
y.ted Theatre is to be let bj tile Night. Week 
or Month, it reasonable term.. 
. .p24-tf G. BROHASKA, Proprietor. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL NMSEUM 

And College of Medicine. 



Ive objects to be seen. Open to th' 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, at EDREKA R*T.r 
at 18 Montgomery etreet. FOR MEN ONLY., 

*t|r Da. JOBDAH'B PBXVATR OFFICE ia at 911 
Geary street (opposite old MeohaniaB' ParUion). 



INSTRUCTIONS IN THE ART OF ACTfNB 

ELOODTION AND DEPORTMENT, 
LADIES PREPAEED far the STAGE, 

PRIVATE THEATRIOAL8 AND AMATEUB 
performaoces dtreotsd, by a lady and centls- 
rasD of more than ordinary experienco. For par- 
tionlare apply to MR. J. Ei. MoOABK, 

Theatrical Agent, No. U3S Bojb t- treat. 
delO-tf San Franciaco. 



THOS. W. BREE & CO., 

Brass Founders and Finishers, 

m brumsTbahjos, ^^S^ 

^&S — AJ*D— 

Cold and Silver Platers. 

aV-Lsasons given on the Banjo and Draua. *** 
MISblOM STREET, between Firit and heoond. 

N B.— Fine-toned Silyer Solo lBaojo* for Pre 
•isionala atwaya on hand. falS tr 



G00DW0BK, L0WPBICE8. 




SHOW 



BILLS A 

de2-t( 



SPECIALTY. 



GEORGE MATES 



JMaiiU ■ PYBTEKS, 




andaU kinds of SHELL 
SUUNo*. IO, 41, """ 
Market, eDtranoa oa w™«. m. . v -^. 

PnblioorprivUa paxttea a*jd famiHs* atippUec -felO-tf 
xroni 6 A.1L to 13 p. m. Lad!**' >nd Gsntlemen*! 
Rocxra or>*n from « AJkf- to B p. 



4a271y 



McDANlEL'S THEATRE 

GHEYENNE, WY0MIR6 TERRITORY. 

OPEN THE YEAR ROUND WITH A PIMl' 
olaaa Variety Oompaay. Variety Artii 
coming East can at all time* aeenra First-Oli 
•ngagenunts. Moat ba artists of aoknowledt 
ability and have good wardrobe. Nona other* w 
apply. Addrea* JAMES UoDANIKL, 1 

Proprl*t«t 
Look Box No. 1, Cheyenne, Wyp. T«r. > 



! 



CHEYENNE OPERA HOTJSJ 

CHEYENNE. WYOMING TERRITORY. 

THIS POPULAR THEATRE HAS BH 
recently refitted and decorated. Fir*W*|, 
Dramatic Oompaslea or Dramatic Stars ooaii 
Bast will b* treated' liberally npon appli*at. 
either bj telegraph or In rjeraon. Addreaa . 
commoaloatlona to JAMBS MsDAMEL, 

PropriepM; 
Lock Box No. 1, Oheycna ,Wjo. T*r. 



COLD-ROOM VARIETIES 

sixteenth St., CheyDne, Wjomlni. 

JAME W ALLEN ...Propria 

JOHN W. DUNNE Bnsfneas Manx 

harry epkigos 

HAS J TJ8T BKEiV BETITll 
and reopened for the Fall and Winter 8 
eon rfitb a nrat^claas Oompany, embraoinn Ha 
Spiigga, tn* great character actor; Harry L 
rtvins, UiHj Foreat, Mr. J. W Dunne, Miss Lt 
Hall, Miss Minnie J'avis, Miaa Nellie beymo 
Mies Jennie Logan, Frank Hollay, George Tot 
acd Obarles Miller-, and a fall and efficient 
eheatra. 

•tar Lsdy talent coming Eaat can always 
engagement* by applying to J. W. *' ' 
prietor. GOOD SALaRlES PAID. 



always jm 

AUj at 



McDANIEL'S THEAT1 

OUEIMIKB, W-.OS.IWO, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMI 

•tfy-Talent going East will find It to their ad* 
tage before leaving Oalifornia to correspond * 

J. MeVANXXX, 
mr9 Look Box No. 1. Oheren-ne, Wyomlnj 



The Celebrated Pan Roai 

Either Oalifornia or Eastern Oyatars, 
Cooked to Order at 

SOLOMON TESMORE'3, 

Stalls 57, 58 and §9 California Market. 1 

(Entrance on PinO Street,) 

w»- a amilies and Restanrants snpplied at el 

notloe. dei7-l 



Os 



MORACHAN& LYNCH 

DEALEBS IN 

OVSTKRR, CLAMS and all kinds 
r>f EbeJt £isb, Stall «9 Oaliforniai 
Market, San Francieco. lj.-n Day 
and Nigbt, families, Pnbl-j and Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, bhityping and 
ResbaoranU snpphed. :ei- 



j. c. COMBES, 
TEBRAPIM r.TJ!VCI 

Cor, Second and Teh«ma atreets. 
■SP-Terrapin uonL tantly oo h 
'Oyster* id every *gM&. PBITu 
aSUPPEit ROOMS FOR PARTl 

deo31 



MANNING'S OYSTER GROT 

Resort of the Respectability. 

AQQ puffl 5 ??• below KEARNY. 

Manning Pan Roast 

AHd CS.EOL.FE CUFl'KK 



'* •*£(; W. UAltNHtG, InvelN 
Delioioaa IOE CRXAMjwd 8TRAV9EERK 






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CALIFORNIA T HI ATM. 






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Places of Amusement 



IB BalH niAKOIBOO. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DA. 



m raw tub. 



8KNERALLY THR0D9H00T THB OITT 



ENGAGEMENT OF THE PEERLESS 

ITT 

LOTTA!! LOTTA!! 

wi» «u iicok kw two rii-imu worn uicir^n. 

Lililc Noll and The Marchioness ] 



riMT >rriAB>>ca or 



Kiss BELLE CHAPMAN and Mr. NELSON DECKER ! 

. .« ^— j . -^ ■- . . — — — 

IHU IVEKIHO JDLY 20 



And Hviii ia. Wm*. will M »t«nW ik< b»e«irm <■■.••!. i. of cHAULi. Dl' 1IM' («um>, Ir.m.d an 1 Ml lo 11. 
Dr.rn. », JJH* BBODUUlM. en- ill. .1 



LITTLE NELL 

THE MARCHIONESS 







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LOTTA 









ifia rh.ir 

MR fl.UI 

H iHKliT J*( K 

ER. 

ri'X-T JOl 

UUS1HM 

• I'B' •* .... 

CIRCUS MAS 

HiiOWalir 

ABDM.L4H 

f«.P MOVHU 

01FRBK 

■n. Qtinr 

MR-* JARLhY 

MK. JIN<<*IN 

S 1 LV iRAS.-i ... 

MBit. IIBiih,? 

OlPsKY WUHAN 

MBS. SIMM .»os 

OMOBHBRKAU WOMAH. 










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ETO. BfO., ElO. 



H«BRT IMTJRni 

I. P. BURS f n 

.ROUKKT PA' -M.N 
W.I. BANK! 
.. NBI.SON t» 

„..B. J. B1I"KI BT 
....J. * 

HKBRY Oust. 

F. N. I'lUYKR 

...0. H. MESIAYER 

S. W. I.K-UH 

I. INI. RAM 

m wo ns 

H MAlTHKWs 

B MAi.KI.IN 

B. HOLHKB 

9 BKI.I.E CHAPMAN 

MRS. JUDAH 

MIsS JllrtNHIHNB 
1. U. K. SAIiNUKK. 
....MISS flUA ITU' K 

MHO FKKNEY 

M183 K. r-hLL 

MISS E. bT.KiAY 

... TILLiR DARI.INO 
.. MAMIB PARI.ING 



Delia* Ib.eYenlDK U 33 LOTTA "111 appa.r In her apelelt .1. tnclodlog 80NQ9, DANCES. OLOa DANOES, BANJO 

SOL- 3. MEDLEY, DUETT, Eio. 
TBE GREAT FATE BCENE will be IllUB'ratrd bj Cork 7 J.ck 8 Original Sable Minstrels, Mtaars. CottOD, Bfcler, 

atry And Taompsoa. 

KNR1.II.1T NOBB1S DAXCX b. CORPS IE BALI.FT 

ACKUBAni: » . I. luKEkalVLT FEAT* by MK. 4AH£S LEE 

U I(J II I.AM) FI.INQ by LA PBTIT1 1IAHI.UO 

RED^yCDraMRJHOO]^ 

Saturday, July 25th, FIRST LOTTA MATINEE. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

fO TJ RT XT \KT ID 13 3HC 

Of •*• iMMitnirtrt Otmtm %. 

Mr. JAB. A. HERIffE. 

Wbt) win -ppttf In kitf |trr<.i ci- » ■ ! r f 

Solon e nin gie, 

•it «i inc 

PEOPLE'S LAWYER! 

THIS KVtMLMG JOLT <6 

TV r.ir-rnnB«« will oommaoe* vilk lb« 

M VI. K ANO FKMALK M1NSTKKLS, 

l_««>MfH:>AT. MA*PRYlf,!.K IRoo*. ...MITT Mt.LT 



. M-.«l» R-iiy 

WEEP LITTLE CK1LDREN. 

»t" Aod B*rtoo 



••••"« . Mnntf Kelly 

'••"I •■- Umn .•«*)«' IoMimi 

Hat lad I.nalifi ■•■!•? ■ 

«iii Jtoi.t J >liBK»»....K»llr....BB,a-i»..Hr«* .*■<!.. Atch«r 

siMATioTwifair.. 

OT.rtnr* 



■ 0*1 MAKDEVILLE 

;.v.-. ; 'il°^** lr> 



Att-r «rhlrh tb> Om^y or THE 

People's Lawyer! 



N'M.oN ■niNGLE.... 
Kob«r> H >*»ra... 

On*tU» on* 

Johi hll**l«y 

Tiipper 

JndR«...... 

i »«>>«e Tlall.... 

Mm. uii* 

Gftvce Oti< 



JAMIH ft IIFBMK 
J. W. BSHmar. 

H. B. Arebrr 

CkI Mind.Tlla 

, Jodq Woodtrd 

T. Hr*4> 

.F»oof Hooker 



..Mm 



% Froolor 







iKTKRl.tJBS. 










DOUBLE-BEDDED 

Mils Jiaott Johoion K*lly 


ROOM. 





In Preparation 



TSX3 X-mTLTTJLm^S DETBOTIVB.' 



BBllatf 

Chumcter Act 

»OBg 



Loilie Homtri 

Snilo Koblntom 

, Macule Ht. Clulr 



To oonclode wltb the Oomlo SkotoJl of 

Broiler's Help. 

ObatMJUn by Kelly. Br«», Barton, Mardcvillo, EamiMri, 
And Loall* Somen. 



"THE VILLA/' 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tb« Bnildine bttiof Ja«t bota oompi^tod, it 
bm lAro-a o»*a w &• u^Ula. Tb» boawlitUv 
Cftolly l0jnl«o*d. and has 

Four Public Parlors, 



Ten Pi-irate Dining Rooms, 

Tbo wtjot.iba.iUTbo.lt, oat lit* a jrabtio botal 
bot u it ii oajnod 

An Elegant Villa. 

Tb» Villa" |« looaUd at tho iMt or oortb-woot- 
m nta of tbo Park. 

KjSooraan Braakfwto. Dinner* aii<t Bappon 
prapu*d oo thoaOottMt noUoo. 

CUIDO MANCENBERC, 

PROPKIBTOR. Jr-U 

FBBE A-JNO EAMY 



HP. 



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LOMnaa* 1 " 



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AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND 

SALOON. 

MO. ••■ aAHAUMTO STBBET, 

(Known AS tbo CHICAGO BKKH DEPOT.) 
Errtrr f>«aaard«r E.enlnsr at a u'wtoclK 

CITIZENS IN OKNHKAL. aKD ALL AUS. 
Irallana and N.w Z«. lander, ar.s inrlted to 
aM.ad.aod ara aaanradof a nn.rtr weloo-n. and 

dWlntbawMk. OKo. B. AUSTIN. 

r#1 " u Proprietor. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAS. I. STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 41 7 Kearny Street, 

B«tw««m Cahforoift and Ploo. 

Thla elairant ritiorf , baa latalr baan erjlarR»d, an 

now ootitaiDB 6 new Bevel table". The beat. Liquo: 

and Oigara tt tb e Bar. Firs larfta finely forolaba 

rooms, for clubs and private partita on their on, 
terma and ralaa. jal-lm 



FIGARO 

CIF.CCTLATHS AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
every Tbeatre aad la every plaoo of umase- 
■HDt In 3mi Frinonoo. [ • 



Attention, Good layers! 

MR. P. BBRORS, KORMKRLV 
proprietor of tbo lliaen' Baa- 
taorant. baa takao tba nuoaxeinfiDt 
ofboU) Uh Minora' Raaiaaraot om 
Q*mm* mUI itraot and tut Minaer - 
Braaob on Marktt street. Oar Bill of Fart 

tKmb>>*oa) alt tbo dolioactM of tbo taaaoo. Ow 
flotAoto^qood Far*. Good Oootttv and Modtntt 

r. BBiasa a co. 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Ml And CSS OomraaroiAl. sri 
7BO Market atwat, 
Crpn ma 9 a.k. to ID u a.2S-tf 



SAN FRANCISCO BATHS 

AJCD 

EstabltshmeRt. 

BbaTinc, S3 cant*. Hair Oat- 
tiac 3b otnU, SbaBpooUc. 25 
Mti Mtdioatad Batba. JOHN OKSUT. 



P. H. McCANN. 

PRACTICAL HATTER, 

No. as Thir-d air«t 

Batwsan Market and MUalm alraola. 
HAVE J08TBETUBNKD rKOM TUEKAB 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEAN!" SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SURF, fflOf.Sl£R SEA LONS 

Appetizing Breakfasts, LunelieD, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOUR WlFKl 

BK1NO YOTJtt FABiaTr 
BRING YOUR LADY FRIBTNDS 

Andenjo? ariitw of tbt Hoeat O'lKAN P\NO- 

BAM A IK THIC WORLD, all Id Bifht of 

tbo world-iano*ned 

Gol<l«!n Gate. 

With a fleet of white, win tied meattORtrt enter! oj 
from af try part of the ooLrjmercl*.l world. 

aflF-Ntw Line Batees, oonneotlnR wltb Htrott 
Oartat Lone MonDialn trery lb rainatea bornafttr 
for the Cliff lioaeo jyl-tt 



Grand Duke Alexis 




B. W. DENNI3, 

Dentist, 



SS EEABIIT NTHEKT, 

San Feauomco. mj7-tf 



3 19 BUSH STREET. 

ALHAMBRA HOUSE. 

THT8 HOtJSB, BEING OKNTRALLY .... 
looattd, near all trio pilnoipal Hotoli. *JEt 
Reataaranf and placet of AmasemeDt, FJ] 
BtranKtraoaaflod kooo, oomfortablo, pltat- ■•*•»'• 
otaod tlof ant room ■ at rea-onable prior*. 
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THB DEPOT OF TAB GRAND DUKR AL- 
piit Tie", -cotcti Ooa^ress Ga terticd Krt-oob 
Ties tor Grntf and Boys, la at F. Kelly's, the 
Priz.Bootmaki-r. 

4 ii Cuaaa of tbo tbavo goods now in store, and 
will bi told at Basttrn prlets. 

Pereoos riaidtrg Id tbe conntry dflfllroaa of ob- 
taJDi"e Di-i-tcct fitting Boots and Shoes, can BaDd 
for P. Knllj's (JircQlar.oorjtafDlDg bit new unit, bod 
of »« If -measnrt merit and list ol oottom prjooB. 

Prize Bootmaker, 

Tip* 335 BUSH STREET, 

Bet, Montitonery and Kearny. 
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To the Unfortunate. 

SK. OIBIJON't ifllPEKSABY. 

NO. *5*a K£ARNY STREET, OOR- 
Dftr of Commtroial, 8sn Franc* roo 
Kntranoe on Commercial strttt. Eatab- 
Itsbed Id 1854, for the treatment and 
coro of all diseases of tbo urinary and 
generative o gans.andall physical oon- 
aii-ii'ija. or wetlcneBB oonBeqaont apon tbe error, 
or Ignoranoe of tbe tezes. bkin disease (of years' 
standi Dg) acid nlcerated less eaacesalally treatod. 
The sick and tbe nfflioUd ebonld not fail to call 
apon him. The Doctor haa traveled extensively 
In Europe, and inspected thoroughly tbo varions 
bospltafs there, obtaining a icreat deal of valuable 
information, which be It competent to impart to 
those in need of hit services. Dr. Gibbon will 
make no ohirgt nnleet bo effects a cart. Adiiroet 
DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 19S7, Ban Franoiaoo. 
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FOR 



NEW VA OCTAVE 



PIANOfm 

WILL BE 

SOLD at a BABCrAIM, 

On Acooa t of departnre from tbe State, 

Call, or Addrtm o + - * ,,#-j • o m ' 

'FIGARO" OFFICE, 

082 IVEorcliaxi.t St. 

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teaching beginnert, 



CLAY -STREET 

AIOING ACADEMY, 

8a» Clay Street, cor, 

Stockton. 

This is the most elegant 
and commodiona Hidir*: 
Academy In tbe city : open 
day and evening. Partic- 
ular attention pnid to 




PROGRAMMES, 
And all kinds of Printing for 

Shows, Lectures, 

Concerts, Theatres, 

Excursions, &c- 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

B. r. STBRETT, 

532 CLAY STREET. 



TO THE LOVERS of SONC 

AND SOCIAL xatJO-XMENT. 

Ha vine marie enltable nlieratiooe for oondnotlnl 
a Mrat-olaea !■ KliK AND KAb V at the 



QHARING 



4* 

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JALOON, 



606 MISSION ~W NEAR SECOND. 

"We intend running it as of yore— SnciabilHyal- 
waysonr motto, Poll. bdbbs and Fair Dsaling on* 
role. Graad opening batnrday May 30m, 187-1. Free 
and Er-sy every Saturday daring tbt ita*on. Our 
old pstronaaDdthe pnblio ia gem-rai aieoordlaUg 
ioviti'd. Obair tfk-n bj our old Ubairman UK. 

r.PH.LLip...s-.i..i»w M ^ wii _ D _ 



California Ahead of the World 

IN 

W00LELGOODS. 

THE TJNDERMGNED IS IN RE0B1PT 0» 
Blankets, Flannel-!. Horse-Blanketing, ete. 
din>'?t. from the Mills, and will anil in lotstOSnll 
Depot, <WX New Montgomery street; 
oo28-8m GEO M. MAIN, Agent. 



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. CASE, 



DR. WtlLIAW S. DAVIS & 

DBNTISTS, 

»tt Montgomery street, 
Opp. Liok Houae. 
Dentistry in all its branohes.Tat reasonable rate*. 
mh30-3m 



ja'JI-fim 
As. MARSHALL, Proprietor. 



DB. O. O. 0'DONNF.LL, Office a- d B,wirt>no 
"IS htaarnj, near Jicfciftn. up 8M<r#. Grad- 
nata of D-rtmoutb Oollagn. *ni late Surge»o in 



BftXTTJBXO TAUG-HT. 

INSTBTJOnOTT ON THB PIANO 
Guitar, Aeoordeoo, Water and Oil... 

Painting at prior-a to suit oiroornaUeoea. SOl'i 
\eavenwortb,baftwetn Gtary and Q*Farral' bt«. 



COal I Ooa-1 ! 

BERRYMAN & DOYLE, 

COAL DEALERS, 



Office. : Whole. isle. Bulkhead. 

Between Pacfic and Jackson Street 

Wharves. 
Retail, 4 I 3 and 4 1 5 Pacific St., 

AboTft Baoaome, 

SOLE AGEMT8 POR 

ilKWPOBT COOK BAY IOAL CO.. 

And Daalara in all Daeoription. of 

AToreig-n. and Domestic 

COAL and PIC IRON. 

, P >8 p. o. box moo. 



$300,000 OO 

TO X-OA3STI 

AT REDUCED RATES, ON MINING BTOOKH 
Real Kstate, BanioeB8 Paper and other Dol- 
l&terals. ra aWjaveTg n | 

JOHN X. JL.IX*±?I-E, 

08O Monigomrry Street, 
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FEED. K A T Z , 
BEEF AND PORKv 
BUTCHER, 

•« to loo o.ia Market. 



MILITARY GOODS 

...,AKD,. .. --4 \Q 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAL 
TRIMMINGS, 

No. 1» Montgomery Avenue, B. F. 
hliM T. ROOOKH8 .lOHWPON 



3>X OTI OH. 

Gray's Music Storese 

033, 633 CLAY STREET, 

IN OBDEB TO ACOOMMODATK THE PUBLIC 
and the musical profoasioo. OKAY'S MUSIC 
Stores will bereafterolose at. 8 P. M. iotttad of) 
P. M. a<f^rm«rif- malS-lm 



CANDIES ? CANDIES ! 

Haanfaoterea every dtsoriptton of 

CANDIES, Wholeetale ttnd KetatL 

518 Kearny St.. between Saoramcnto and OaU- 

fornia and IS? Second it-et?t, between 

Minna acd Natoma nol-lis 



MINNIE WILLIAMS, 

PtOFK"8IONAL[,T KNOWN AS •"lITTIJi 
M15S1K." — ftia jnTtnib a-trFsa with tbe 
London star Ootr.panr. last hoard of In the Fa at 
indite. Is implored to wnta to her wj other in San 



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7HB JOUB BAI. OF AMP IEMCTT8. 

Publisoad •»«rr l>ay '■ «*• *•** ^ 

T. 3P BOQABDUS 

*r 

tmB MerekanS und StW «m»id|»» ">t. 
B.l«ir MonUromerr. 8aa Frsncia^. 



MOSDA? JULY 20, 187* 



Circa* Blot. 

A iOTioni riot ocean-ad Id Freioricton, N. 
B., on tbe night of the 6th, on the occasion 
of a porformancj of Lant'd circas. A I.rge 
number of lumbermen were preasnt, and 
some dispute arising at the ticket oifioe oo 
the eubjtct of change, a row tojk place, 
which ended in tbe circoa people drawing 
revolvers and flriog among tbe crowd. This, 
instead of intimidating, oulv served to in 
eense those preseot, aod as fast aa those 
woocdad were earned away others to»k 
thsir places, till tbe ciroos people were orer- 
po-vered, and eoxe of their wagons were 
ion into the river. At this lime tbe riot 
assumed an alarming aspeot. Tbe tire-belU 
were rang, and the Mayor, witb a body of 
special constables hastily sworn in, after 
some trouble succeeded in clearing tbe 
ground. Thirteen of the ciroas men were 
arrested. Ii being ramored tint the circus 
waa atout to leava for Sc. Sepben, a large 
body of Inmbtrneo kssembied at the at- 
iion, threatening to tear np the rails. An 
injnnotion from the Supreme Court, how- 
erer, being Btrrad in time, the ciroas wee 
detained till a full investigation can be 
made, Unch excitement prevails over the 
•Haifa 



Tbe T^ectare System. 

finttkioe disapproves of the leotare sye- 
tem. A request having been made to bim 
to deliver a lecture at Glasgow, he replied 
emphatically declaring that the desire of 
audiences "to b» audiences only"is becoming 
aa "entirely pestilent character of the age.' 
The multitude are in too great basts to be 
whta, or, as he puts it, tbey expect a man to 
knead info small sweet pills tbe knowledge 

f -which it baa taken him half a life time to 
acquire, and lo put it straight down their 
throats. Tots, as he very truly says, is cot 
to be done, and be proceeds to ooodemn as 
"entirely pestilent and abominible" tbe 
"modern fireworking, emooth-dowDy-curry- 
and - strawberry - ice -aad-milk punch-alto- 
gether lecture." Tne death of poor Dick- 
ens, who was killed by the insatiable de- 
mands of the mob, when he might have 
been writing "blessed books" till he was 
eighty, Raskin eays is a lamentable exam- 
- pie of this modern tendency. 



San Jose Poet*. 
•»» We clip the following from the Ban Jose 

Mercury ; 

We are offering 3 \ per pound, for poeti- 
cal contributions, and writers are not lim- 
ited as to tutji.ct-:.— fl cutsttr Chronicle. 

We have poets in San Jose who, at this 
prloa, would bankrupt the Cnooicle InleB3 
than a fortnight. Several that we know of 
would make their regal* r $50 per day, and 
not work over the statutory number of hours 
at that. It takes a heap of San Jose poetry 
to make a pound, but with th^ir improved 
machinery our posts caa get a tr^mendons 
gait out of their mus.-s. 



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Sad Warning. 

Intelligence has just reached us that a 
man was recently killed in Georgia by tbe 
explosion of a bottle of soda-nater. It it 
not our intention to barrow the feelings, or 
harden the hearts cf free-drinkers against 
tbe indiscriminate use of soda water. It is 
not our intention to harrow the feelings, or 
harden the hearts of free-drinkers against 
the indiscriminate use of soda water; but it 
is our duty ta poiot out the evil effects of 
Georgia so5a water as well as the pernicious 
results of Jersey ligbtoing. 



A Quiet Place. 

There is a Danbory legend to the effect 
that a party desiring to transact some priv. 
ate business with another was invited by 
tbe other to step into a neighboring store, 
"But we will be disturbed there," said the 
first parry. 'Obi no," said the second party; 
"they don't advertise." 



A Good Cuslncas. 

Sotheru has played Dundrssry 4,052 times. 
If he has averaged five hundred dollars a 
performance (and it is most probable) he has 
received the enormous sum of $2,026,000 
for his efforts in this one character. 



#. H. Hutking In Chicago. 

An actor ntmed J- H. Hoskios is the only 
amuaament Chicago now possesses. The 
Tribune, of that city, says : 

"The A